HBCU About The Game


LogoThe 3rd Annual HBCU All-Star Bowl is the nation’s premier senior all-star game which selects the top 120 draft-eligible seniors from the major HBCU Football Conferences, the MEAC, SWAC, SIAC, and CIAA. In our three year history, professional scouts from the NFL, CFL, UFL, and Arena Football have attended the HBCU All-Star Bowl to evaluate the quality of HBCU players available. The bowl week kickoffs with a one day Official Combine administered by National Football Scouting, of Indianapolis, Indiana. Along with the combine, the bowl week schedule includes practices and player interviews with professional teams. The week also includes player hospital visits, a life skills session, financial advisor seminar and entertainment weekend events.

The 2015 NFL Draft weekend resulted with a total of three HBCU Football players from the 2014 HBCU All-Star Bowl game that were drafted: South Carolina State OL J.C. Culbreath – Detroit Lions, Alabama A&M DL Frank Kearse – Miami Dolphins and Florida A&M CB Curtis Holcomb to the San Francisco 49ers were all drafted in the seventh round. A record total number of thirty-five (35) players from the 2014 HBCU All-Star Bowl signed NFL free agent contracts.

The 2014 NFL Draft produced (2) two HBCU draft picks with Morehouse OL Ramon Harewood going to the Baltimore Ravens and Phillip Adams going to the San Francisco 49ers. (16)sixteen HBCU Football Student Athletes signed free-agent agreements. Each of these eighteen (18) players were participants in the 2013 Russell Athletic HBCU Bowl.

Each year the game will feature the Best of the Best in HBCU Football. The HBCU All-Star Bowl Committee is proud to announce that a portion of the proceeds from this event benefits The ChildrenĀ“s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Donations for supporting this event that helps raise awareness of Sickle Cell are managed by the 501(C)3 not for profit: Universal Fundraising Organization Inc.

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