Notre Dame QB Ian Book Accepts Senior Bowl Invitation

Notre Dame senior quarterback Ian Book has accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl
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Notre Dame fifth-year senior quarterback Ian Book has accepted an invitation to the Reese's Senior Bowl. According to a source, accepting a Senior Bowl invitation locks them into the draft, which answers the question about Book returning to Notre Dame in 2021.

The Senior Bowl is considered the top pre-draft game event, and it has been very good to Notre Dame players in recent seasons. Dominance at the event boosted the stock for wide receive Chase Claypool and cornerback Troy Pride Jr. last season, and it had a similar impact for players like linebacker Drue Tranquill and offensive lineman Zack Martin in past seasons.

Book is currently third all-time at Notre Dame in career passing yards (7,935) and second in passing touchdowns (68). Book also ranks third all-time in completions (634) and fourth in pass attempts (1,004). Book also has 1,396 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns.

The Senior Bowl is considered the top pre-draft game event, and it has been very good to Notre Dame players in recent seasons. Dominance at the event boosted the stock for wide receive Chase Claypool and cornerback Troy Pride Jr. last season, and it had a similar impact for players like linebacker Drue Tranquill and offensive lineman Zack Martin in past seasons.

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