Saturday, January 19, 2013

Former Wolfpack Players Help Kickoff College All-Star Season

Safety Earl Wolff
Today, January 19, 2013, four North Carolina State football players start their journey towards an NFL career by participating in two college all-star games. In the East-West Shrine Game on the East squad will be 6’2” 205 pounds safety (30) Brandon Bishop and 6’ 207 pounds safety (27) Earl Wolff. The East squad will be coached by former Houston Oilers and Atlanta Falcons head coach Jerry Glanville, and the West team will be coached by former Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Leeman Bennett. The game will take place at 4pm in St. Petersburg, FL at Tropicana Field and can be seen on the NFL Network.
DE Brian Slay/
After watching that game you can enjoy the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl at 6pm taking place in Los Angeles, CA at the Home Depot Center and can be seen on ESPN2. During the game look out for 6’1” 260 pounds defensive end (97) Brian Slay on the  American Team coached by former Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets head coach Herm Edwards. On the other side 6’6” 312 pounds Offensive Guard (60) R.J. Mattes will line up for the National Team coached by former Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, and Kansas City Chief head coach Dick Vermeil.

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