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2009 Under Armour Senior Bowl
All-Star Bowl Game
1 2 3 4 Total
Senior Bowl#Past Senior Bowl results 0 10 0 8 18
Senior Bowl#Past Senior Bowl results 7 14 7 7 35
Date January 24, 2009
Season 2008
Stadium Ladd Peebles Stadium
Location Mobile, Alabama
MVP Pat White
United States TV coverage
Network NFL Network
Senior Bowl
 < 2008  2010

The 2009 Under Armour Senior Bowl was an all-star college football exhibition game featuring players from the 2008 college football season, and prospects for the 2009 Draft of the professional National Football League (NFL).

The game was played on January 24, 2009 at 6 p.m. local time at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.[1] The South defeated the North, 35–18, and quarterback Pat White of the South team was named game's Most Valuable Player (MVP). Various players were seen to have either improved or harmed their NFL draft prospects through their play in the game and the week leading up to the competition, which was closely monitored by NFL scouts and the media.[2][3]

Coverage of the event was in high-definition on the NFL Network.

RostersEdit

North TeamEdit

Number Player Position School
1 Darius Butler DB Connecticut
2 Derrick Williams WR Penn State
4 Brandon Gibson WR Washington State
4 Macho Harris DB Virginia Tech
6 Graham Harrell QB Texas Tech
6 DeAngelo Smith DB Cincinnati
7 Rhett Bomar QB Sam Houston State
9 Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
10 Nathan Brown QB Central Arkansas
11 Ramses Barden WR Cal Poly
11 William Moore DB Missouri
15 Patrick Chung DB Oregon
16 Keenan Lewis DB Oregon State
22 Manuel Johnson WR Oklahoma
23 Kory Sheets RB Purdue
24 Jeremiah Johnson RB Oregon
25 Louis Delmas DB Western Michigan
27 David Bruton DB Notre Dame
29 Morgan Trent DB Michigan
35 Louie Sakoda K Utah
36 Eric Kettani RB Navy
37 Cedric Peerman RB Virginia
40 Scott McKillop LB Pittsburgh
43 Tony Fiammetta RB Syracuse
47 Kevin Huber P Cincinnati
50 Clint Sintim LB Virginia
Number Player Position School
51 Larry English DL Northern Illinois
51 Alex Mack OL California
52 Cody Brown DL Connecticut
54 Tyrone McKenzie LB South Florida
55 Marcus Freeman LB Ohio State
56 Zack Follett LB California
57 Mark Estermyer DS Pittsburgh
60 Max Unger OL Oregon
63 Kraig Urbik OL Wisconsin
64 William Beatty OL Connecticut
66 Andy Levitre OL Oregon State
68 Xavier Fulton OL Illinois
72 Ryan Shuman OL Virginia Tech
76 Trevor Canfield OL Cincinnati
79 Phil Loadholt OL Oklahoma
80 Brian Robiskie WR Ohio State
81 Will Davis DL Illinois
82 Connor Barwin TE Cincinnati
85 John Phillips TE Virginia
87 Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma State
90 B. J. Raji DL Boston College
91 Tim Jamison DL Michigan
92 Ron Brace DL Boston College
94 Evander Hood DL Missouri
95 Alex Magee DL Purdue
97 Mitch King DL Iowa

South TeamEdit

Number Player Position School
47 Clay Matthews LB USC
48 Darry Beckwith LB LSU
49 Rashad Johnson DB Alabama
57 Jake Ingram DS Hawaii
58 Rey Maualuga LB USC
59 Antoine Caldwell OL Alabama
59 Moise Fokou LB Maryland
60 Eric Wood OL Louisville
63 Jonathan Luigs OL Arkansas
71 Tyronne Green OL Auburn
74 Michael Oher OL Ole Miss
75 Fili Moala DL USC
76 Troy Kropog OL Tulane
77 Jason Watkins OL Florida
79 Herman Johnson OL LSU
81 Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss
83 Travis McCall TE Alabama
84 Kyle Moore DL USC
85 Anthony Hill TE NC State
90 Corvey Irvin DL Georgia
91 Robert Ayers DL Tennessee
92 David Veikune DL Hawaii
95 Lawrence Sidbury DL Richmond
98 Peria Jerry DL Ole Miss
99 Vance Walker DL Georgia Tech

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The clothing company Under Armour sponsored the event for the third consecutive year. The company also provided apparel for the game.

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