Here's a look at the offensive participants for the North team (alphabetical by last name) in the 70th Reese's Senior Bowl:
Ryan Finley, N.C. State: Finley, who started his career at Boise State, ranked third in FBS with 25.08 completions per game and sixth in total passing yards (3,928) in 2018. He totaled 11,147 yards and 63 passing touchdowns.
Daniel Jones, Duke: A three-year starter, Jones rushed at least 100 times in each of the past three seasons, including 161 times in 2017. He finished with 8,201 passing yards and 69 total touchdowns.
Drew Lock, Missouri: Lock led FBS with 44 touchdown passes and an average of 16.38 yards per completion as a junior in 2017. He had 99 passing touchdowns and 12,630 yards for the Tigers in four seasons.
Trace McSorley, Penn State: Statiscally, McSorley's passing numbers dipped from 3,570 yards, 28 touchdowns and a 66.5 completion percentage that ranked eighth in FBS in 2017 to 2,530 yards, 18 touchdowns and a completion percentage of 53.2 percent.
Keelan Doss, UC-Davis: Doss led FBS in 2017 with 10.5 receptions per game and 136.3 receiving yards per game. He finished third with 9.1 receptions per game and 12th with 102.6 receiving yards per game in 2018.
Penny Hart, Georgia State: (added to initial participants) Hart ranked 11th in FBS with 93.4 receiving yards per game and 17th with 6.2 receptions per game in 2017 when he totaled career bests of 74 receptions and 1,121 receiving yards and tied a career mark with eight receiving scores. In 2018, Hart returned 15 kickoffs for 299 yards and nine punts for 158 yards in addition to catching 49 passes for 669 yards and two scores.
Andy Isabella, Massachusetts: Isabella led FBS with 1,698 receiving yards in 2018, an average of 141.5 per game that also led FBS. He also ranked third with 8.5 receptions per game and sixth with 13 touchdown catches.
Terry McLaurin, Ohio State: McLaurin averaged 20.03 yards per reception (13th in FBS) and caught 11 touchdowns (15th in FBS) in 2018. He had 35 receptions for 701 yards in his final season with the Buckeyes.
Jakobi Meyers, N.C. State: Meyers ranked sixth in FBS with 7.7 receptions per game in 2018. After Meyers transitioned from quarterback, he went from 13 catches for 158 yards in 2016 to 63 catches for 727 yards and 92 catches for 1,047 yards.
Jaylen Smith, Louisville: Smith's top year of production occurred in 2017 when he caught 60 passes for 980 yards and seven scores and ranked ninth in FBS with 98.0 receiving yards per game. In 48 games, Smith totaled 152 receptions, 2,505 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Alex Wesley, Northern Colorado: Wesley finished in the top 10 in receiving yards per game in each of the past two seasons, averaging 101.0 in 2017 and 105.0 in 2018.
Myles Gaskin, Washington: (initially listed as a participant but not on a roster) The Huskies all-time rushing leader totaled 5,323 yards and 57 touchdowns on 945 rush attempts in playing 52 games. Gaskin ranked third in FBS with 21 rushing touchdowns and 24 total touchdowns in 2017. He added 65 career receptions for 465 yards and five scores.
Karan Higdon, Michigan: Higdon ranked 18th in FBS with 107.1 rushing yards per game in 2018. He totaled 2,616 yards and 27 touchdowns on 471 attempts and increased his production each season.
Alex Ingold (FB), Wisconsin: The fullback had a nose for the end zone, scoring 17 rushing touchdowns on 103 attempts and totaling four receiving touchdowns on 14 career catches.
Tony Pollard, Memphis: (added to initial participants) Pollard led FBS with 40 yards per kickoff return and four kickoff return touchdowns in 2017. He ranked 34th in all-purpose yards that season with 126.85 per game and ranked 35th with 119.79 all-purpose yards per game in 2018. He finished with 941 rushing yards and nine scores on 139 attempts, 1,292 receiving yards and nine scores on 104 receptions and with 2,616 yards and seven touchdowns on 87 kickoff returns.
Dexter Williams, Notre Dame: Williams ranked 34th in FBS with 12 rushing touchdowns in 2018 when he had 158 of his 257 career carries and 995 of his 1,636 rushing yards.
Donald Parham, Stetson: Parham led FCS with 9.4 receptions and 146.6 receiving yards per game in 2018 when he totaled 1,319 yards (sixth in FCS) and 13 touchdowns on 85 receptions. He finished with 180 receptions for 2,591 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Drew Sample, Washington: Sample was utilized more for blocking than as a receiving target, but he added 25 of his 46 career receptions and 252 of his 487 yards in 2018.
Tommy Sweeney, Boston College: Durable and consistent, Sweeney caught 26, 36 and 32 passes in the past three seasons for 353, 512 and 348 yards. He totaled 10 touchdown receptions in playing 50 games.
Beau Benzschawel (G), Wisconsin: Benzschawel became the third offensive lineman in Badgers history to repeat as a First-Team All-American, joining Dennis Lick (1974-75) and Joe Thomas (2005-06). His 49 career starts rank fourth in school history among offensive linemen.
Garrett Bradbury (C), N.C. State: The converted tight end (he made the switch in 2015 after redshirting in 2014) played 51 games for the Wolfpack. In 2017, he totaled 1,000 snaps, including 103 against South Carolina in the season opener.
Nate Davis (G), Charlotte: Davis started 37 of the 40 games he played for the 49ers. He garnered All-Conference-USA Second Team honors in 2018 and honorable mentions in 2016 and 2017.
Michael Deiter (G), Wisconsin: Deiter's 54 consecutive starts are the most by an offensive lineman in school history. He started 24 at left guard, 16 at center and 14 at left tackle. In 2018, he was named the Rimington-Pace Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year.
Chuma Edoga (T), Southern Cal: Edoga appeared in 44 games for the Trojans.
Chris Lindstrom (G), Boston College: Lindstrom played in 50 games for the Eagles.
Erik McCoy (C), Texas A&M: A team captain in all 12 games, McCoy helped the Aggies total 5,590 yards and post five different games with more than 500 yards of offense. He started 36 of 38 games.
Kaleb McGary (T), Washington: A back-to-back All-Pac-12 First-Team selection, McGary also earned the 2018 Morris Trophy (voted on by Pac-12 opponents).
Dalton Risner (T), Kansas State: Risner played in 50 games for the Wildcats. He was named to the All-America Second Team by the Associated Press.
Max Scharping (T), Northern Illinois: Scharping played in 54 games for the Huskies.