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HBCU Legacy Bowl News, Nov. 4

The HBCU Legacy Bowl updates on the event at Tulane University's Yulman Stadium at 3:00 PM on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022.

The HBCU Legacy Bowl news and updates on the week-long celebration and game are set to kickoff inside Tulane University's Yulman Stadium at 3:00 PM CT on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022.

Doug Williams' and James "Shack" Harris' vision is gaining momentum and shaping into a major sporting event. The black college football all-star game will have sponsorship from NFL teams, players, sports organizations, and corporations.     


Here's the list of the recent HBCU football players invited and committed to participating in the bowl game:

Aqeel Glass - QB



  • Aqeel Glass - Alabama A&M
  • Juwan Carter - Norfolk State
  • Felix Harper - Alcorn State

Running Backs

  • Isaiah Totten - North Carolina Central
  • Jah-Maine Martin - North Carolina A&T

Wide Receivers

  • LeCharles Pringle - Alcorn State
  • Tyrin Ralph - Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  • Shemar Bridges - Fort Valley State
  • Xavier Smith - Florida A&M
  • Ryan McDaniel - North Carolina Central

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Offensive Line

  • Cam Durley - Tennessee State

Tevin Singleton


Defensive Backs

  • Jalon Thigpen - Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  • Tevin Singleton - Bowie State University
  • Joshua Williams - Fayetteville State
  • Joshua Flowers - Winston-Salem State University


  • Devon Hunt - Shaw University
  • Ta'Shaun Taylor - Winston-Salem State University

Defensive End

  • Tavon Joseph - Bowie State University

NFL Players Sponsorship

  • Jameis Winston - New Orleans Saints, QB
  • Patrick Mahomes - Kansas City Chiefs, QB
  • Aaron Donald - Los Angeles Rams, DT
  • Bobby Wagner - Seattle Seahawks, LB

The HBCU Legacy Bowl, presented by the Black College Football Hall of Fame, is a postseason all-star game showcasing the best NFL draft-eligible football players from Historically Black Colleges and Universities. It will be broadcast live on NFL Network. More than a football game, the week-long celebration of Black culture and history will provide invaluable exposure for HBCU football players and coaches.