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With less than a week before the NFL Combine, the final college football all-star game of a national scope this season takes place Friday evening in Greenville, S.C.
Scouts of the Green Bay Packers and all NFL teams will have the opportunity to watch the College All-Star Bowl, televised live on CBS Sports Network at 5:00 p.m. CT.
Snowstorms in the South have made the event challenging, reportedly forcing cancellation of practices in the run-up to this evening's game, but the game will still be held.
A few of the bigger names taking part in Friday's game include quarterbacks James Franklin of Missouri, Chase Rettig of Boston College and Tanner Price of Wake Forest.
If fans want a player to watch during the game, here's a sneak preview of our 2014 NFL Draft guide scheduled for release in April: We currently have Samford running back Fabian Truss as the No. 2 overall kick return specialist in this year's draft class.
Truss has 6,640 all-purpose yards in his career and excels as a running back, kick returner and punt returner.
He's flying under the radar because he played at the FCS level of football, but he averaged 32.1 yards per kick return and 14.8 yards per punt return as a senior.