SEC Well-Represented with 22 Players in the Senior Bowl

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - The SEC will be well represented in the Senior Bowl.

The showcase of the nation's top senior NFL draft prospects has invited 22 SEC players, including three players from Alabama and two from Auburn.

The group includes Kentucky quarterback Andre' Woodson, along with Alabama wide receiver DJ Hall, defensive lineman Wallace Gilberry and defensive back Simeon Castille - and Auburn defensemen Quentin Groves and Patrick Lee.

SEC finished the college football season with a show of strength as its teams went 7-2 in bowl games and LSU won the national title.

LSU will have five players in the game. That group includes wide receiver Early Doucet, running back Jacob Hester, linebacker Ali Highsmith and defensive backs Chevis Jackson and Craig Steltz.

The game is set for January 26th at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile.