MSU's Prescott accepts invite to Senior Bowl

For Starkville Daily News

Three quarterbacks, including Mississippi State's Dak Prescott, highlight the latest group of players to accept their invitations to the 67th Reese's Senior Bowl. 
Joining Prescott, USC's Cody Kessler and Stanford's Kevin Hogan have been added to the roster, pushing the number of quarterbacks in the game to six. The trio is part of 11 new additions to the roster, bringing the total number of accepted invites to 93. The Reese's Senior Bowl showcases 110 of the top seniors and fourth-year junior graduates in the nation.
Also committed to the game, Carl Nassib, Penn State's unanimous All-American defensive end. He won the Lombardi Award (nation's best lineman), Hendricks Award (top defensive end) and Lott IMPACT Trophy (defensive player performance, character) and is the brother of Ryan Nassib, who played in the 2013 Reese's Senior Bowl and is now with the NY Giants.
First team All-American center Jack Allen of Michigan State is the first Spartan to commit to the game.