The NFL, in conjunction with the Senior Bowl, will be hosting the inaugural HBCU Combine in Mobile, Alabama, from January 28th-29th, 2022. This event will give HBCU prospects an exclusive platform with access to all 32 NFL teams in a combine-type setting.

“The Reese’s Senior Bowl is honored to be collaborating with the National Football League to host the inaugural HBCU Combine in Mobile, Alabama,” said Reese’s Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy. “Over the years, the Senior Bowl has served as a showcase for some of the top Black college football players in America, including seven of our game’s 56 future members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and this event will help many more HBCU players secure further attention and exposure from all 32 teams.” 

“Throughout NFL history, HBCU athletes have exemplified a standard of excellence both on and off the field,” says Troy Vincent, NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations. “The HBCU Combine is part of honoring that legacy and making every effort to accelerate exposure of HBCU draft prospects to all NFL clubs. The game is better when all have the opportunity to compete.” 

Offensive Players

POSPlayerSchoolHTWT40-YardVerticalBenchShuttle
QBJuwan CarterNorfolk State
QBJett DuffeyHampton
QBFelix HarperAlcorn State
QBJawon PassPrairie View A&M
QBLadarius SkeltonSouthern
RBKingston DavisMiles
RBEzra GrayAlabama State
RBJah-Maine MartinNorth Carolina A&T
RBJeff ProctorTexas Southern
RBKeShawn WilliamsArkansas Pine-Bluff
WRKorey BanksNorth Carolina A&T
WRShemar BridgesFort Valley State
WRKeith CorbinJackson State
WRJonathan GilesTexas Southern17
WRTrey GrossDelaware State
WRRon HuntNorth Carolina A&T
WRKwannah KollieDelaware State
WRMarquis McClainSouthern
WRWill VereenSouth Carolina State4.4421
WRJosh WilkesArkansas Pine-Bluff
TEDee AndersonAlabama A&M
OTCam DurleyTennessee State
OTJamal SavageBethune-Cookman
OTZachary WilcoxVirginia State
GKeenan ForbesFlorida A&M

Defensive Players

POSPlayerSchoolHTWT40-YardVerticalBenchShuttle
DEKeyshawn JamesFayetteville State26
DTJames FaganHampton
LBJavon FrazierVirginia State
LB Jerry GarnerMississippi Valley State4.78N/A254.25
LBChad GilchristSouth Carolina State
LBUntareo JohnsonBethune-Cookman
LBChris MyersNorfolk State
LBSolomon WiseAlcorn State
CBWill AdamsVirginia State60121864.5740.5214.14
CBZafir KellySouth Carolina State
SAntwan CollierFlorida A&M
SElvin De La RosaFayetteville State21
SCorey RahmanTennessee State
SJuwan TaylorAlcorn State

Please rate this

1 2 3 4 5

By John Vogel

NFL Draft Analyst. Dad.

2 thoughts on “2022 NFL HBCU Combine Tracker”
  1. Why aren’t the HBCU results posted in this tracker?? People discuss results of the drills in other articles so you should be able to get them.

Leave a Reply