Two Former Tigers to Play in Senior Bowl

Two Clemson stars – offensive lineman Dustin Fry and wide receiver Chansi Stuckey -- are among the 100 top NFL draft prospects participating in the 2007 Under Armour Senior Bowl this week in Mobile, Alabama.

Fry and Stuckey will play on the Senior Bowl's South squad, which is being coached by San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Nolan and his staff.

The players will have one practice per day during Senior Bowl Week, January 22-26, capped off by the 58th annual Under Armour Senior Bowl game on Saturday, January 27. Kickoff is set for 3:00 p.m. in Mobile's Ladd-Peebles Stadium and the contest will be nationally-televised by the NFL Network.

The Senior Bowl is the nation's most unique football game and football's premier pre-draft event, annually featuring the country's best senior NFL draft prospects on teams representing the North and South that are coached by the entire coaching staffs from two National Football League teams. The Senior Bowl is also attended by over 700 NFL coaches, scouts and other front office personnel each year.

The North squad will be coached by Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Jon Gruden and his staff.

In 2006, 15 Senior Bowl players were chosen in the first-round of the NFL Draft, including former Clemson defensive back Tye Hill, and over 90 percent of the Senior Bowl players are chosen in the draft each year.

Over 572 former Senior Bowl players were on active rosters in the NFL in 2006, with 24 former Senior Bowlers being named to the rosters for this year's NFL Pro Bowl. That group includes the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 2006, running back LaDainian Tomlinson of the Chargers, and Miami Dolphins' defensive end Jason Taylor, the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year this season.

The Senior Bowl is also a non-profit, charitable event that has donated over $4 million through the Food World-Senior Bowl Charitable Partnership over the last ten years. Top Stories