The Reese’s Senior Bowl is scheduled for Saturday afternoon from Mobile, Alabama, giving seniors leaving college football another opportunity to improve their stock for the upcoming NFL Draft. And with an altered combine this year, this could prove to be beneficial for participants.

Saturday’s game will feature 15 players from the B1G, 11 participating on the National Team and 4 more suiting up for the American Team. Ohio State and Michigan each have 4 players playing in the game, while Iowa is the only other school with multiple participants, sending two. Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Penn State and Purdue each have one.

Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. ET from Hancock Whitney Stadium, the home of the University of South Alabama. The game will air on NFL Network.

Here’s a look at the B1G players who will be on rosters for this year’s game:

National Team (11)

  • DB: Ambry Thomas, Michigan
  • FB: Ben Mason, Michigan
  • WR: Nico Collins, Michigan
  • DB: Benjamin St-Juste, Minnesota
  • DL: Jonathon Cooper, Ohio State
  • LB: Justin Hilliard, Ohio State
  • LB: Baron Browning, Ohio State
  • LB: Tuf Borland, Ohio State
  • DL: Shaka Toney, Penn State
  • LB: Derrick Barnes, Purdue
  • OL: Brenden Jaimes, Nebraska

American Team (4)

  • DL: Chauncey Golston, Iowa
  • OL: Alaric Jackson, Iowa
  • LB: Paddy Fisher, Northwestern
  • RB: Chris Evans, Michigan