Eight HBCU Players Headed To Medal of Honor Bowl

Jackson State’s Zach Pendleton has accepted an invite to the Medal of Honor Bowl.

College all-star games have always been around, but each year there seem to be more and more. One of the newest all-star games is the Medal of Honor Bowl. The inaugural game will be played on Jan. 11 in Charleston, SC. The game will feature a strong contingent of players from HBCUs hoping to impress scouts ahead of the upcoming NFL Draft. Here is a list of players who have accepted invites so far, per the game’s website.

-Jackson State DB Qua Cox

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js-Jackson State WR Zach Pendleton
-Mississippi Valley State DL Robert Simpson

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js-Albany State DB Dexter Moody

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js-Virginia Union DB Devin Wallace

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js-Fort Valley State LB Leron Furr

-Virginia University of Lynchburg DB Keith Lewis
-Fort Valley State OL Ryan Riggins 

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