A pair of HBCU football players were center stage at one of the major postseason collegiate all-star games over the weekend and stood out in front of the watchful eye of NFL scouts.
Sundiata Anderson, the great All-SWAC Grambling State edge rusher and Howard offensive tackle Anim Dankwah, represented Black colleges during East-West Shrine Bowl workouts.
Here is how talent evaluators rated Anderson on his defensive exploits against some of the top college players in the country.
Dankwah, the massive 6-foot-8, 363-pound offensive lineman, held up well in pass blocking situations, according to observers who watched drills.
The East-West Shrine Bowl will take place at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, on Thursday, Feb. 1. The game will air on the NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET.