The NFL, in partnership with the Senior Bowl, announced the names of players that will attend the 2022 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Combine from Jan. 28-29 at the University of South Alabama Jaguar Training Center in Mobile, Ala.

The attending players are:

Dee Anderson, TE, Alabama A&M,
Aqeel Glass, QB, Alabama A&M,
Ezra Gray, RB, Alabama State,
Felix Harper, QB, Alcorn State
Juwan Taylor, DS, Alcorn State
Solomon Wise, OLB, Alcorn State
Josh Wilkes, WR, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
KeShawn Williams, RB, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
Untareo Johnson, OLB, Bethune-Cookman
Jamal Savage, OT, Bethune-Cookman
Trey Gross, WR, Delaware State
Kwannah Kollie, WR, Delaware State
Elvin De La Rosa, DS, Fayetteville State
Keyshawn James, DE, Fayetteville State
Antwan Collier, DS, Florida A&M
Keenan Forbes, OG, Florida A&M
Shemar Bridges, WR, Fort Valley State
James Fagan, DT, Hampton
Jett Duffey, QB, Hampton
Keith Corbin, WR, Jackson State
Kingston Davis, RB, Miles
Jerry Garner, OLB, Mississippi Valley State
Juwan Carter, QB, Norfolk State
Chris Myers, OLB, Norfolk State
Korey Banks, WR, North Carolina A&T
Ron Hunt, WR, North Carolina A&T
Jah-Maine Martin, RB, North Carolina A&T
Jawon Pass, QB, Prairie View A&M
Chad Gilchrist, ILB, South Carolina State
Zafir Kelly, DC, South Carolina State
Will Vereen, WR, South Carolina State
Marquis McClain, WR, Southern
Ladarius Skelton, QB, Southern
Cam Durley, OT, Tennessee State
Cory Rahman, DS, Tennessee State
Jonathan Giles, WR, Texas Southern
Jeff Proctor, RB, Texas Southern
Will Adams, DS, Virginia State
Javon Frazier, OLB, Virginia State
Zachary Wilcox, OT, Virginia State

The combine also will have members of the HBCU Development and Women’s Pipeline Initiative, including athletic trainers Lauren Askevold (Jackson State), Regyn Davis-Young (Winston-Salen University), Brianna Robinson (Florida Memorial University) and Annie Wilkerson (Alabama A&M University); equipment managers Vikaya Powell (North Carolina A&T) and George Stubbs (Grambling State University); and video personnel Jamel Askew (Virginia State University) and Mia Stephens (Minnesota Vikings).

D.C.-area HBCUs such as Howard University, Morgan State University and Bowie State University didn’t have any players invited to the event.

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