By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Senior Bowl is not until January when the rest of the bowl games are completed.
But that doesn’t mean that this bowl game, featuring all seniors in Alabama, can’t start to invite people to play in their game. And that’s what happened this morning with Brigham Young’s outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy.
Van Noy has received an invitation to the 2014 Senior Bowl. He could take the field for one last time on January 25, 2014.
While he has time to make up his mind, it would not surprise many if he decides not to play in the game. He is already one of the more well-known senior prospects in college football.
Also, the event has a history of not necessarily highlighting the skills of an outside linebacker. But if he does go, he could work on his 1-on-1 pass rushing drills should he translate to being a defensive end in the NFL.
He missed the first game of the season, which was on August 31st at Virginia. Then, he has played in every game since, as the Cougars stand at 6-2 on the season.
He has 40 tackles and 3.0 sacks. He hasn’t recorded a sack in two games, though.
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