Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd has agreed to take part in the Senior Bowl, the bowl game announced via Twitter on Monday afternoon.
Boyd, who’s listed at 6-foot-1 and 225 pounds, has thrown for 3,473 yards with 29 TDs and nine interceptions in his final season with Clemson. He has completed 67.6 percent of his passes, and he has added 273 yards rushing on 134 attempts.
Regarded as the top all-star game for NFL Draft prospects, the Senior Bowl will be held Saturday, January 25 in Mobile, Alabama. Game-week practices, which draw considerable interest from NFL team personnel, begin on Monday, January 20.
Boyd, Fresno State’s Derek Carr and Georgia’s Aaron Murray are the first three quarterbacks to accept Senior Bowl invites. However, Murray figures to miss the game after suffering an ACL tear on November 23 vs. Kentucky.
Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter has also been invited to the Senior Bowl, but he’ll be working as a wide receiver, according to the bowl game.