When is the 2024 Senior Bowl? Location, How to Watch & More

The location, broadcast channel, and other information about the 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl

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Feb 5, 2022; Mobile, AL, USA; Reese s logos are displayed on pylons during the Senior bowl at / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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The location, broadcast channel, and other information about the 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl

The draft starts in Mobile! That's the tagline for the Reese's Senior Bowl, the biggest college football all-star game and widely considered to be an important step in the NFL draft process. College seniors from all over the country are invited to play in the prestigious game, which takes place from the University of South Alabama's Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile, AL.

Hundreds of NFL personnel will be in Mobile for the game, along with over 1000 credentialed media members, giving players the chance to raise their stock ahead of the draft and start building relationships with members from all NFL teams.

Players are split in to two teams, the National team and the American team, and they are coached by staff members from two NFL teams, led by assistants who are considered to be up-and-coming in the league with head coaches serving in more advisory roles.

This year's senior bowl will take place at noon on February 3, 2024, and will be broadcast live on the NFL Network.

Which Auburn football players are participating in the Reese's Senior Bowl?

So far, several Auburn football players have accepted their invitations to play in the 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl. Nehemiah Pritchett, Jaylin Simpson, and DJ James, all members of the Tigers' secondary, have accepted invitations to play in the prestigious game in Mobile.

Though Pritchett and James have both opted out of the Music City Bowl at the end of the month to prepare for the 2024 NFL Draft and the Senior Bowl, Simpson has made it clear he will play with the team. Last year, the Tigers had just one player representing the team in Mobile in Derick Hall, who was ultimately drafted by the Seattle Seahawks.