History: Senior All-Star games

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Senior Bowl
1950- (complete list)
1951: Fran Nagle, B
1954: Jerry Minnich, T
1955: Tom Glantz, T
1961: Roland McDole, T
1964: John Kirby, C; Lloyd Voss, T
1965: Bob Hohn, B; Larry Kramer, T
1966: Tony Jeter, E
1967: Carroll Stith, T; Pete Tatman, B; Larry Wachholtz, B; Harry Wilson, B
1968: Barry Alvarez, LB; Jim McCord, DL
1970: Ken Geddes, LB; Jim McFarland, TE; Dana Stephenson, DB
1971: Bob Newton, OL (injured); Dave Walline, DL
1972: Larry Jacobson, DL
1973: Doug Dumler, OL; Willie Harper, LB
1974: John Dutton, DL; Rich Sanger, K; Daryl White, OL
1975: David Humm, QB; Bob Nelson, LB; Tom Ruud, LB
1976: Rik Bonness, OL; Wonderful Monds, DB
1977: Mike Fultz, DL
1978: Greg Jorgensen, OL; Ken Speath, TE; Stan Waldemore, OL
1980: Bill Barnett, DT; Rod Horn, DT; Kelly Saalfeld, OL
1981: Russell Gary, DB
1982: Phil Bates, RB; Jeff Krejci, DB
1983: Allen Lyday, DB; Jamie Williams, TE
1985: Mark Behning, OL
1986: Bill Lewis, OL
1987: Stan Parker, OL
1988: Tim Rother, DL
1989: Dana Brinson, WR
1991: Kenny Walker, LB
1993: Tyrone Hughes, WR
1994: John Reece, DB
1995: Terry Connealy, DL, 99; Brenden Stai, OL
1997: Michael Booker, DB, 22; Chris Dishman, OL, 75; Mike Minter, DB, 10; Jared Tomich, DL, 95; Jamel Williams, DB, 28
1998: Aaron Taylor, OL, 67
1999: Chad Kelsay, DL, 57; Joel Makovicka, RB, 34; Mike Rucker, DL, 84; Jason Wiltz, DL, 99
2000: Mike Brown, DB, 21; Ralph Brown, DB, 22; Steve Warren, DL
2001: Dan Alexander, RB, 38; Bobby Newcombe, WR, 12; Carlos Polk, LB; Kyle Vanden Bosch, DL, 83
2002: Keyuo Craver, DB; Tracey Wistrom, TE, 87
2003: DeJuan Groce, DB, 8; Chris Kelsay, DL, 57
2004: Kyle Larson, P, 19; Demorrio Williams, LB, 47
2005: Barrett Ruud, LB, 38
2006: Daniel Bullocks, S, 14
2007: Adam Carriker, DE, 92; Jay Moore, DE, 44; Stewart Bradley, LB,53
2008: Carl Nicks, OL, 73
2010: Larry Asante, S, 27; Phillip Dillard, LB, 59; (Ndamukong Suh, DT, declined invitation)
2011: Roy Helu, RB, 20; Alex Henery, K, 90; Mike McNeill, TE, 44; Niles Paul, 25, WR; Pierre Allen, DE, 95; Eric Hagg, S, 28; (Prince Amukamara, CB, declined invitation)
2012: Lavonte David, LB, 4; Alfonzo Dennard, DB, 15
2014: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, 16
2015: Ameer Abdullah, RB, 28
2017: Nate Gerry, S (accepted invitation)
2018: Tanner Lee, QB, 13

East-West Shrine Game
1926- (incomplete list)
1926: Harold Hutchinson, C, 17
1928: Glenn Presnell, HB; Ray Randels, T; Blue Howell, FB (invited)
1929: Dan McMullen, G, 26; Blue Howell, FB, 15
1930: Ray Richards, T, 49 (West); Clair Sloan, FB, 33 (East)
1931: Dana X. Bible, West coach; Marion Broadstone, LT, 13; Elmer Greenberg, C, 29
1932: George Koster, G, 26; Charles Justice, G, 29
1933: Dana X. Bible, West coach; Steve Hokuff, E, 24; Lawrence Ely, C, 22
1934: Gail O'Brien, T; George Sauer, FB, 25
1935: Franklin Meier, C
1936: Bernard Scherer, REL, 54; Jerry LaNoue, RHL, 11
1937: Sam Francis, FB,38; Lloyd Cardwell, HB; Les McDonald, E, 35
1938: Maj. Lawrence "Biff" Jones, West coach; Elmer Dohrmann, E, 99; Fred Shirey, T, 45
1939: Maj. Lawrence "Biff" Jones, West coach; Charlie Brock, C, 25, West Captain (
1940: Sam Schwartzkopf, T, 54
1941: No Husker participants (Husker team was preparing for Rose Bowl)
1942: George Abel, T, 14; Vike Francis, FB, 18
1944: Bob DeFruiter, B, 4
DeFruiter was serving with the Fourth Air Force and was two-years removed from Nebraska's Rose Bowl appearance
1950: Tom Novak, E, 60 (West co-captain)
1951: Fran Nagle, QB; Charles Toogood, T
1953: Bobby Reynolds, HB; Ed Hussman, T
1954: Ted Connor, DT, 66(?)
1956: Rex Fischer, HB, 26
By 1959, 36 Huskers had participated in the East-West Shrine Game
1960: No Huskers participated, however, Dr. Clayton Andrews of Lincoln was the Shriners' Imperial Potentate
1963: Bill "Thunder" Thornton, FB, 30
1969: Joe Armstrong, G, 65
1978: Tom Davis, C, 52; Stan Waldenmore, OL, 62
1979: Barney Cotton, OL, 54
1980: Tim Smith, WR, 84
1981: Russell Gary, DB, 8
1982: Ric Lindquist, DB, 15; Henry Waechter, DL, 75
1983: Steve Damkroger, LB, 36; Randy Theiss, OL, 65; Toby Williams, DL, 97
1984: Mike Rozier, RB, 30; Irving Fryar, WR, 27; Turner Gill, QB, 11; Scott Raridon, OL, 72
1985: Jeff Smith, RB, 28
1987: Dale Klein, K, 2; Marc Munford, LB, 41
1988: Tim Rother, DT, 78; Tom Banderas, TE, 88
1989: Steve Taylor, QB, 9; LeRoy Etienna, LB, 47; Todd Millikan, TE, 43
1990: Ken Clark, RB, 33; Doug Glaser, OL, 70; Jake Young, OL, 68
1991: Kenny Walker, DE, 57; Bruce Pickens, CB, 38
1992: Tyrone Leggette, CB, 2
1993: Will Shields, G, 75; Travis Hill, LB, 93
1995: Rob Zatechka, G, 56; Barron Miles, CB, 14; Ed Stewart, OLB, 32
1996: Tommie Frazier, QB, 15; Aaron Graham, C, 54
1997: Adam Treu, C, 76
In May of 1997, the East-West Shrine Bowl announced the retirement of player selection committee chairman Elmer Dohrmann. Dohrmann represented Nebraska in the 1937 Shrine Game.
1998: Scott Frost, QB/S, 8
1999: Jay Foreman, LB, 44
2000: Tony Ortiz, LB, 37
2001: Correll Buckhalter, RB, 36; Russ Hochstein, OL, 55
2002: Jamie Burrow, LB, 48
2003: Dahrran Diedrick, RB, 30
2006: Cory Ross, RB, 7; LeKevin Smith, DT, 96
2007: Zac Taylor, QB, 13; Matt Herian, TE, 81; Ola Dagunduro, DT, 98; Stewart Bradley, LB, 55 (invited)
2008: Sam Keller, QB, 9; Zackary Bowman, CB, 1
2009: Matt Slauson, OG; Marlon Lucky, RB, 20; TJ O'Leary, LS, 82
2010: Will Shields, Asst Coach; Larry Asante, S (Invited but opted for Senior Bowl)
2011: Mike Smith, OT; Pierre Allen, DE (Invited but opted for Senior Bowl)
2012: Marcel Jones, OT, 79; Austin Cassidy, S, 8
2013: Cameron Meredith, DL, 95 (invited, did not play); Rex Burkhead, RB, 23 (invited, did not play)
2014: Quincy Enunwa, WR, 18; Jeremiah Sirles, OT, 71
2015: Corey Cooper, DB, 6 (Did Not Play); Kenny Bell, WR, 80 (opted out)
2016: Alex Lewis, OT, 71 (West)
2017: Jordan Westerkamp, WR, (West-Injured)
2018: Drew Brown, K, 27; Joshua Kalu, LB, 46

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
2012- (complete list)
2012: Mike Caputo, C, 68
2013: Will Compton, LB, 54; Ben Cotton, TE, 86
2014: Brent Qvale, OT, 76; Ciante Evans, CB, 25; Will Shields, OL Coach
2015: Zaire Anderson, LB, 54; Invited: Ameer Abdullah, RB (opted for the Senior Bowl)
2018: Chris Jones, DB, 28; Drew Brown, K (opted for East-West Shrine Classis)

Tropical Bowl
2012- (complete list)
2018: Chris Jones, DB (opted for NFLPA Collegiate Bowl)

Coaches All-America Game
1961-1976 (Incomplete)
Played primarly in Lubbock, TX in June with "All-Stars" from the previous year's college season. The popular game ceased abrupltly in 1977 over concerns regarding professional players, who had already joined their NFL clubs, playing a meaningless game.
1963: Bill Thornton, FB; Dwain Carlson, G
1964: Bob Devaney, West coach; Dennis Claridge, QB
Claridge's status was "tentative" days before the game. His participation is not confirmed.
1965: Larry Kramer, G, 73
1966: Tony Jeter, TE; Freeman White, TE; Walt Barnes, G
1967: Bob Devaney, West coach; Harry Wilson, FB; Larry Wachholtz, S; Kelly Petersen, C
1968: Wayne Meylan, T
1970: Bob Devaney, West coach
1971: Bob Devaney, West coach; Joe Orduna, HB; Bob Newton, T; Jerry Murtaugh, LB; Dan Schniess, FB
1972: Jeff Kinney, RB; Jerry Tagge, QB
1973: Johnny Rodgers, HB
1974: Dave Humm, QB; Marvin Crenshaw, T
1975: Dave Humm, QB

College All Star Game
1934-1973, 1975-1976 (Incomplete)
The College All-Star Game was a preseason contest between the National Football League champions and a team of star college seniors from the previous year. (Wikipedia.com)
History/Results; Game Recaps/Rosters
1934: George Sauer (Captain), FB, 25; Bernard Masterson, QB, 39
1937: Sam Francis, FB, 38; Lloyd Cardwell, HB, 25; Lester McDonald (Chicago Bears); Bernie Masterson, QB (Chicago Bears); Russ Thompson, RT (Chicago Bears)
1938: Fred Shirey, T, 45; John Howell, FB, 49; 1939: Charles Brock, T, 47 (Captain)
1940: George Seeman, E, 41
1941: Warren Alfson, G, 65; Herman Rohrig, B, 25; Ray Prochaska
1942: George Abel, G, 9; Clarence Herndon, T, 8
1944: Ted Kenfield, FB, 2
1950: Tom Novak, C, 60
1951: Fran Nagle, QB, 21
1952 - 1962: No Husker participants for All-Stars
1963: Bill "Thunder" Thornton, FB, 30;
1964: Dennis Claridge, QB, 34; Lloyd Voss, T, 71; Bill Thornton, FB (Cardinals)
1966: Walter Barnes, C, 69; Dennis Claridge, QB (Green Bay Packers); Lloyd Voss, T (Green Bay Packers)
1967: Carel Stith, DT, 68
1968: Wayne Maylan, 66, MLB
1971: Bob Newton, OT, 70
1972: Bob Devaney, Head Coach; Tom Osborne, Offensive End Coach; Monte Kiffin, Defensive Line Coach; Warren Powers, Defensive Backs Coach; Cletus Fischer, Offensive Line Coach; Jerry Tagge, QB, 14; Jeff Kinney, HB, 33; Larry Jacobson, DL, 75 (photo)
Result: 20-7 loss to Super Bowl Champion Dallas Cowboys
1973: Rich Glover, MG; Bill Olds, RB; Joe Blahak, DB; Johnny Rodgers, WR (did not play);

North-South Shrine Game
1948-1973 (incomplete list)
Games were played in December
1950: Don Strasheim, G
1951: Bobby Reynolds, HB
1952: Ed Hussman, G
1953: John Bordogna, QB; Ted Connor, DT, North
1960: Pat Fischer, HB
1962: Bob Devaney, coach
1969: Al Larson, DB

American Bowl: 1968(?)-1977
Canadian-American Bowl: 1978 (incomplete list)
1970: Jim McFarland, E; Sherwin Jarmon, DE
1971: Bob Devaney, North head coach; Joe Orduna, HB; Paul Rodgers, K
1972: Van Brownsen, QB
1973: Bob Devaney, North head coach; Jerry List, TE; Bill Janssen, DT; Rich Glover, MG; Three unknown players (two defense, one offense)
Devaney's last game as a college coach

Hula Bowl
1946-2008 (incomplete list)
1955: Earl Fullbrook,
1960: Pat Fischer, HB, #20?
1965: Bob Devaney, Assistant Coach; Kent McCloughan, HB
1966: Bob Devaney, North coach; Walt Barnes, MG; Freeman White, E
1967: Harry Wilson, HB; Laverne Allers, G
1968: Wayne Meylan, MG
1970: Mike Wynn,DE
1971: Bob Devaney, North coach; Joe Orduna, RB; Jerry Murtaugh, LB
1972: Bob Devaney, North coach; Jerry Tagge, QB (Offensive MVP)
1973: Johnny Rodgers, B; Rich Glover, MG; Willie Harper, LB
1974: Steve Manstedt, DE
1976: Tony Davis, RB; one unknown player
1977: Vince Ferragamo, QB; Dave Butterfield, CB
1981: Jarvis Redwine, RB
1984: Dean Steinkuhler, G; Mike Rozier, RB (invited but opted for East-West Shrine Game)
1988: Keven Lightner, OL
1996: Brook Berringer, QB, 18; Clinton Childs, RB, 26; Tony Veland, FS, 9; Phil Ellis, ILB, 41; Tyrone Williams, CB, 7
1997: Brian Shuster, FB, 28
1998: Scott Frost, QB/S, 7; Eric Anderson, OL, 70; Eric Warfield, S, 3
1999: Josh Heskew, OL, 59; Kris Brown, K, 35
2000: Dan Hadenfeldt, P, 17; Eric Johnson, LB, 57; Aaron Wills, DT, 81; Barry Alvarez, coach
Hadenfeldt was granted an extra year of eligibility in 2000 and returned to the Hula Bowl again in 2001

2001: Dan Hadenfeldt, P, 17; Russ Hochstein, OG, 55; Correll Buckhalter, RB, 36
2002: Eric Crouch, QB/WR, 7
2003: Josh Brown, K, 25; Wilson Thomas, WR, 10; Jon Clanton, DT, 89; Demoine Adams, DT, 94
2005: Frank Solich, East coach
2006: Titus Adams, DT, 96
2008: Corey McKeon, LB, 58; Maurice Purify, WR, 87

Texas vs The Nation
2007-2011, 2013
2008: Steve Octavien, LB, 15
2009: Lydon Murtha, OT, 76; Zach Potter, DE, 98; Cody Glenn, LB, 43
2010: Jacob Hickman, C
Phillip Dillard had been invited but received a late invitation from the Senior Bowl

2011: DeJon Gomes, S (did not participte, reason unknown); Eric Hagg, S (opted for Senior Bowl)
2013: Damion Stafford, S (did not participte)

North-South All Star Classic
2007 only (complete list)
2007: Barry Cryer, DT

Rotary/Villages All Star Gridiron Classic
1999-2005 (incomplete list)
The Gridiron Classic featured Team USA vs Team Florida
1999: Kris Brown, K
2000: ?
2001: Dan Hadenfeldt, P, 17
2003: John Garrison, OL, 52; Scott Shanle, LB, 43
2004: Demorrio Williams, LB; Jammal Lord, QB, 7 (South); Pat Rickets, CB, 28 (North); Barry Alvarez, head coach (South)

College Gridiron Showcase (practices and scrimmage only)
2016 (complete list)
2016: Andy Zanovich, FB (Selects); Imani Cross, FB (All-Star) 2018: De’Mornay Pierson-El, WR; David Knevel, OT

Las Vegas All-American Classic
2002-2006 (complete list)
2005: Mike Erickson, OL, 58

College All Star Game (Tempe, AZ)
2011 (complete list)
2011: Ricky Henry, RG; DJ Jones, RT; Joe Moglia, Coach (Stars)

Probound Sports Predraft Bowl
2011 (complete list)
2011: Zac Lee, QB; Rickey Thenarse, S

Blue-Gray Game
1939-2001, 2003 (incomplete list)
1947: Bernie Masterson, Head coach, North
1953: Bill Glassford, QB
1955: Rex Fisher, RB
1959: Carroll Zaruba, HB, 30
1961: Mick Tingelhoff, C, 54; Ron McDole, T, 54; Don Fricke, C, 60
1962: Bob Devaney, Head Coach, North; Dwain Carlson, G; Dennis Steuwe, RB; Warren Powers, RB
1967: Wayne Meyland, DT; Jim McCord, DL; Barry Alvarez, LB

Japan Bowl
1976-1993 (incomplete list)

1975, Tony Davis, RB; Bob Martin, DE
1977: Vince Ferragamo, QB
1979: Tom Sorely, QB
1980: IM Hipp, RB
1981: Russell Gary, S; Jarvis Redwine, RB
1982: Randy Theiss, OG
1984: Mike Rozier, RB; Turner Gill, QB
1985: Jeff Smith, RB
1986: Tom Rathman, FB
1987: Chris Spachman, DT; Danny Noonan, NG; Dale Klein, K
1988: Neil Smith, DL (Defensive MVP)
1990: Mike Croel, LB (invited)

Challenge Bowl
mid-1960s (incomplete list)
The Challenge Bowl featured the National All-Stars vs the Southwest All-Stars (SWC)

1963: Bill "Thunder" Thornton, FB
1964: Monte Kiffin, RG; Bob Brown, OG

Olympia Challenge Bowl
1978-1979 (incomplete list)
The 1979 Olympia Challenge Bowl, played in Seattle, was a matchup between players from the Big 8 and the Pac 10.

1979: 12 Tom Sorley, QB; Bruce Dunning, LB; 38 Lee Kunz, LB; 14 Billy Tod, PK/P; 56 Barney Cotton, OG; 73 Kelvin Clark, OT; 23 (?); 29 (?)