The Under Armour Senior Bowl, which is the known for having the best NFL Draft prospects work out in front of NFL scouts and coaches, has reported that over 70 players have accepted invitations to play in the 2008 college all-star game in Mobile, Ala. This list is current as of January 20, but it is typical for a player or two to withdraw from the Senior Bowl due to injury or fear of injury prior to the reporting date.

BREAKING: According to, Boston College QB Matt Ryan and Louisville QB Brian Brohm had accepted invitations to play in the Senior Bowl, but opted out at the last minute.

Andre Woodson – Kentucky
Erik Ainge – Tennesee
Colt Brennan – Hawaii
John David Booty – USC

Chris Johnson – East Carolina
Justin Forsett – California
Rafael Little – Kentucky
Dantrell Savage – Oklahoma State
Matt Forte – Tulane
Tashard Choice – Georgia Tech
Chauncey Washington – USC
Jacob Hester – LSU
Peyton Hillis – Arkansas
Owen Schmitt – West Virginia

Donnie Avery – Houston
Adarius Bowman – Oklahoma State
Jordy Nelson – Kansas State
Dorien Bryant – Purdue
Keenan Burton – Kentucky
Harry Douglas – Louisville
Early Doucet – LSU
Limas Sweed – Texas
Lavelle Hawkins – California
D.J. Hall – Alabama
Marcus Smith – New Mexico

Martin Rucker – Missouri
Fred Davis – USC
Jacob Tamme – Kentucky
Brad Cottam – Tennessee
John Carlson – Notre Dame

Sam Baker – USC
Steve Justice – Wake Forest
Gosder Chelius – Boston College
Cody Wallace – Texas A&M
Roy Schuening – Oregon State
Mike Pollak – Arizona State
Chris Williams – Vanderbilt
Robert Felton – Arkansas
Carl Nicks – Nebraska
John Sullivan – Notre Dame

Sedrick Ellis – USC
Lawrence Jackson – USC
Quentin Groves – Auburn
Red Bryant – Texas A&M
Dre Moore – Maryland
Cliff Avril – Purdue
Andre Fluellen – Florida State
Darrell Robertson – Georgia Tech
Titus Brown – Mississippi State
Jeremy Thompson – Wake Forest
Wallace Gilberry – Alabama
Marcus Harrison – Arkansas
Trevor Laws – Notre Dame

Dan Connor – Penn State
Keith Rivers – USC
Wesley Woodyard – Kentucky
Jordon Dizon – Colorado
Ben Moffitt – South Florida
Phillip Wheeler – Georgia Tech
Ali Highsmith – LSU

Marcus Griffin – Texas
Patrick Lee – Auburn
Simeon Castille – Alabama
Craig Steltz – LSU
D.J. Wolfe – Oklahoma
Tom Zbikowski – Notre Dame

Mike Jenkins – South Florida
Tracy Porter – Indiana
Dejaun Tribble – Boston College
Leodis McKelvin – Troy
Chevis Jackson – LSU

Durant Brooks – Georgia Tech

Alexis Serna – Oregon State
Brandon Coutu – Georgia

The final rosters will be announced on Monday, January 21. The 2008 Under Armour Senior Bowl game will be held at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Saturday, January 26 and will be broadcast on NFL Network with a 4:00 p.m. ET starting kickoff.

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