Future NFL Players Explode in the 2021 Tropical Bowl in Orlando in front of 30 NFL & CFL Teams
Future NFL Talent Explode in the 2021 Tropical Bowl COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALL STAR GAME in Orlando-Kissimmee in front of 30 NFL & CFL Teams
NATIONAL 20 - AMERICAN 17
KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Kansas State’s Blake Lynch kicked a 29-yard field goal with six seconds remaining to lift the National team to a 20-17 victory over the American team Sunday in the Tropical Bowl.
Purdue’s Tyler Coyle registered three interceptions for the National team to earn MVP honors,
UCF’s Greg McCrae registered 185 total yards for the National team, 99 of those coming on a kickoff return. He had a team-high 65 yards rushing and caught five passes.
Zac Thomas of Appalachian State completed 14 of 24 passes for 128 yards for the National team, while Harry Trotter rushed 50 yards and the other National team touchdown.
David Moore of Central Michigan threw for 143 yards and a touchdown to UAB’s Myron Mitchell while running back James Harbison (UNC-Charlotte) added a score on the ground for the American team. Mitchell had three catches for 95 yards while Corey Taylor of Tulsa ran for 65 yards on 11 carries.
Jarrod Herrod of Virginia Tech and Maximillian Richardson of Boston College were named their respective team’s defensive MVPs, while Kobe Jones of Mississippi State was named the game’s overall offensive line MVP.
Scouts from 30 NFL and CFL teams were in attendance.
OVERALL TROPICAL BOWL MVP
OVERALL LINEMAN MVP
OVERALL SPECIAL TEAMS MVP
AMERICAN TEAM (WHITE) OFFENSIVE MVP
AMERICAN TEAM (WHITE) DEFENSIVE MVP
NATIONAL TEAM (BLACK) OFFENSIVE MVP
|NATIONAL||11||Zac||Thomas||Appalachian State University||QB||6’2||205|
NATIONAL TEAM (BLACK) DEFENSIVE MVP
|AMERICAN||44||Corey||Taylor||University of Tulsa||RB||5’10||220|