HBCU ALL-STAR BOWL
The HBCU Bowl All-Star Football game selects the top 100 draft-eligible seniors from all HBCU Football Conferences: the MEAC, SWAC, SIAC, and CIAA to participate in the nation's premier senior all-star event.
Once that list is set, scouts from the NFL, CFL, UFL, and Arena Football Leagues evaluate the players during a one day Official Combine administered by National Football Scouting of Indianapolis, Indiana. Last year, thirty-two (32) professional teams attended the week's practices and all-star football game.
The inaugural HBCU Bowl All-Star game, which was played in Montgomery, Alabama, produced two (2) NFL draft picks and sixteen (16) free-agent signings. In 2010 the game moved to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
This year's game will once again feature the Best of the Best in HBCU Football. The HBCU All-Star Bowl Committee is proud to announce up to 50% of the proceeds from this year's game will once again benefit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, where "Children Need Children's."
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