Another dual-threat quarterback will be joining Tim Tebow for the South at the Senior Bowl this year.
Jarrett Brown accepted his invitation to the annual pre-draft exhibition game, in which NFL hopefuls display their talents to scouts against the best collegiate seniors in the country.
He is currently the only Mountaineer on the Senior Bowl roster.
Brown will add additional speed at quarterback to a South team which already includes Heisman winner Tim Tebow from Florida and Manning Award and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award finalist Zach Robinson from Oklahoma State.
The red-shirted Brown played backup for West Virginia for four years, while Mountaineer legend Pat White lead the team to four-straight bowl victories.
During his senior season, Brown threw for 2,144 yards and 11 touchdowns. His 200 yard per game average was good for third best in the Big East, earning him an All-Big East second-team selection.
Brown is also a ground threat with 1,138 yards and 13 rush touchdowns in his career.
The Senior Bowl will be played in Mobile, Alabama. Kickoff is scheduled for Jan. 30 at 4 p.m. EST on the NFL Network.
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