The 2019 Tropical Bowl Rosters Are Officially Official

The Tropical Bowl rosters have officially been announced and there is no shortage of star power. Miami quarterback Malik Rosier and Pitt defensive lineman Dewayne Hendrix are among the headliners on a deep list of talented players—each of whom hopes to play their way into the 2019 NFL Draft this weekend.

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National Team

1NatrezPatrickUniversity of Georgia LB6'3242
2FloydAllenUniversity of MississippiWR/KR/PR5’11195
3SeanModsterBoise State UniversityWR/PR5’11188
4AaronBlockmonCampbell UniversityWR/KR6'0210
5JodyFortson JrValdosta State UniversityWR/TE6'6225
6KeenanJohnsonUniversity of Central FloridaCB5'11187
7BradWoodardTexas SouthernRB/WR/KR/PR5’8185
8DewayneHendrixUniversity of PittsburghDL6'5265
9Dah-QuanEdringtonVirginia University of LynchburgDB/NB/LB6’2205
10DevlinHodgesSamford UniversityQB6’1210
11DemetrisAndersonKentucky State UniversityWR/KR6’0180
12MalikRosierUniversity of MiamiQB6’1215
13RashadBrandonUniversity of MissouriDT  6,2300
15VincentEspinozaLincoln University PAQB6’3210
16JohnathanBooneNew Mexico State UniversityWR6'3195
18MarquiseIrvinMercer UniversityWR/PR 6’2215
19NicWeisharUniversity of Notre DameTE6'5  240
20DavanDyerLouisiana Tech UniversityP6'4220
21HerbertMiller IIIFlorida Atlantic UniversityDB/CB/S6'2195
22NickColemanUniversity of Notre DameDB/S/NICKEL6'1195
23IsaiahJohnsonEastern Illinois UniversityRB/KR5'11215
24AaronWilliamsUniversity of NebraskaDB/S5’10185
25ElijahZeiseUniversity of PittsburghLB/OLB6'3235
26RonLaForceNew Mexico State UniversityDB/S6'0185
27GilbertGildersleeveAngelo State UniversityDB/CB5’10180
28WalterBradyUniversity of AkronDE6'3265
29BrysonAllen-WilliamsSouth CarolinaLB/OLB/ILB/DE6’1230
30ChristopherWoolbrightUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamLB6'2240
32BrianBellThe University of AkronLB6'3235
33KendrickIgbinobaAdams StateFB/RB6'2245
35JTHassellFlorida TechDB/S/LB5'11200
37ChristianHancockMarshall UniversityLB6'1230
38EmmitCarpenterUniversity of MinnesotaK6'0200
39NicholasWatkinsUniversity of HoustonDB/CB6'1200
40JerryIwehFairmont State UniversityLB/OLB6'3225
41CamLewisUniversity at BuffaloDB/CB5’10188
42TrentonBridgesBethune Cookman UniversityLB6’1235
43AnthonyWalkerUniversity of Arkansas at MonticelloOLB/DE6'2240
44BrandonVarnerGrambling State UniversityDE/DT6'3268
45VincentJackson  USFDE6'3250
47BrysonBridgesSan Jose State UniversityOLB/DE6'2255
50FredrickJonesFlorida State UniversityDT/NG6'2310
51JuwonYoungMarshall UniversityLB6,2250
53MatthewPykeEast Tennessee State UniversityOC/OG/LS6’1301
55GarrettMcGhinEast Carolina UniversityOL6'6310
56KennyBigelowWest Virginia UniversityDL/DT/DE6'4   300
57DeontaeCrumitieTroy UniversityOL/OC/OG6’3305
59BrianLipscombUniversity of KansasLB/OLB6’2240
61AbdulBeechamKansas State UniversityOG6'3315
62DwayneWallaceThe University of KansasOL6'5330
67AaronMonteiroBoston CollegeOL/LT6’7318
71BrockRubleUniversity of ToledoOL/RT6'8325
74IsraelHelmsWayne State UniversityOL/LT6'5305
75CalebAdamsUniversity of Wisconsin-StoutOL/OG/OT6'3300
80WorkpehKofaUNC CharlotteWR6'0205
84MykelTraylor-BennettUniversity Of AkronWR6'3227
88MavinSaundersKansas UniversityTE6'5256
90BoogieRobertsSan Jose State UniversityDT  6’2300
91ConnorChristianJacksonville State UniversityDT 6'2276
92CharlesHarrisUniversity at BuffaloDE6'4267
93JohnJackson Jr.Southern Oregon UniversityDT/DE6’2280
94WalvenskiAimeFlorida State UniversityDT/DE6'5275
95RickymHolmesBenedict CollegeDE 6’8275
96KyleVaseyPenn State UniversityLS6’3250
98HunterSnyderFlorida Atlantic UniversityDE6'6270
99AlecHeldrethClarion UniversityDT/DE6'4280

American Team

1PrinceGrayJacksonville UniversityWR/ PR/KR5’10190
2JaelanAustinTexas Christian UniversityWR6’2205
3JamariusWayUniversity Of South AlabamaWR6'4215
4DeMarcusOwensNew Mexico State UniversityDB/CB5'9194
5KurronRamseyAlabama State UniversityDB/S6’3203
6RyesheneBronsonUniversity of South FloridaWR6'3207
7Jah’ShawnJohnsonTexas Tech UniversityDB/S5'10190
8TyréMcCantsUniversity of South FloridaWR/SLOT5’11240
9ThomasLintaWagner CollegeQB6’4232
10AndrewDowellMichigan StateLB/OLB6'1227
11TevinIsomUniversity of West GeorgiaWR6’1209
12TannerMangumBrigham Young UniversityQB6’3210
13AndrewZeccaSt Francis UniversityP6'3200
14GusRaglandMiami University (OH)QB6’1218
15IsaiahHarperOld Dominion UniversityWR/KR5'9175
16EmanuelJonesConcordia St. PaulRB6’0210
17ChaseDeMoorCentral Washington UniversityDE 6’5250
19KaianDuvergerUVA WiseWR6'6212
20JoshuaSimmonsLimestone CollegeDB  5’11 ½190
21ScottMillerBowling Green St. UniversityWR/RS5'10170
23TreNealUniversity of NebraskaDB/S6’1.5210
24RyanFulseWagner CollegeRB5'10199
25LukeTimianIndiana UniversityWR/PR 6'0195
26AlonzoSmithMiami University (OH)RB5'10210
27KwadarriusSmithThe University of AkronWR/RS5'9171
28MarvinConleyUniversity of West FloridaDB/KR/PR5’9185
29DarrylRandolphMiddle Tennessee State UniversityDB/CB5”10190
30JeromeSmithGeorgia State UniversityDB/CB5'10180
31Jamon “Mook”ReynoldsTx A&M  CommerceDB  6'1185
32AhmadGoodenSamford UniversityOLB/DE6’2250
33RyanSchadlerUniversity of KansasWR/KR5'11192
34SolomonBrownCharleston Southern UniversityLB6'1235
35JoealWilliamsUniversity of HoustonDB/CB/FS5’11188
36IllyaLawrenceThe University Of South AlabamaDB/S6'0200
37ChrisRayfordMississippi State UniversityDB5’11 ½203
38DetricBing-DukesUniversity of MississippiLB/ILB6’1245
39JimJones IVKent State UniversityLB/ILB6'2228
40NateBeckerMiami University (OH)TE6’5265
41TimothyO’DonnellNew Mexico State UniversityLS5’10240
43RonleyLakalakaSan Diego State UniversityLB6'0230
44AnthonyFloryAppalachian State UniversityLB6’2235
45AnthonyLukeSan Diego State UniversityDE6'4260
51ZacharyCannonJohnson C. Smith UniversityDT 6’3313
52JaylinDaileyUniversity of North AlabamaDE6’1255
53ByronGlassAustin Peay State UniveristyOL/OC 6'2195
54KevinStrong JrThe University of Texas San AntonioDE6’3290
55WalterPalmoreUniversity of MissouriDL6’4320
58LaythFriekhUniversity of ArizonaOL/LT6’5300
59JuwanWellsLiberty UniversityOLB/DE6’2270
63ThomasDennisUniversity of PennsylvaniaOL/OT/OC6'5305
65NoahBehUniversity of DelawareOL6'5 ½298
67JeremyHickeyEastern Michigan UniversityOL/OG/OC/OT6'4 ½305
71ShamduNallsVirginia UnionOL/RT/LT/RG/LG6’4315
77BreontaeMatthewsNorth Carolina A&TOL/OG 6'4320
78BenjaminKnoxColorado State UniversityOT6'6315
79ArthurWilliamsFlorida State UniversityOL/OG/DT6'4320
81JustinJohnsonMississippi State UniversityTE6'4238
85QuinnMcElfreshMississippi Valley StateWR/PR6'3220
90JordanPryceCarson NewmanDE 6'3260
91BrandonVoccoClarion UniversityDT/NG6'1305
92ZaneSmithStetson UniversityDT/DE6'3295
94DeshawnteLloydNew Mexico State UniversityDT  6'1316
95EldrickWilsonMars Hill UniversityDT/DE6’2295
96WyattBryanColorado State UniversityK6'1180
98WillieGreenPrairie View A&M UniversityLB6'3255
99DougladsonSubtylArizona State UniversityDL6’5267

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