It's the ultimate post season All-Star bowl game for college seniors and Boise State wide receiver Cedric Wilson becomes just the 12th Boise State football player to receive an invitation to the Senior Bowl.

This years Senior Bowl will be played January 27th in Mobile, Alabama and televised on the NFL Network.

In fact the network even has coverage of the practices leading up to the game with comments from NFL scouts on what they've seen from the players in practice.

In other words all the key NFL eyeballs will be on Boise States #1 receiver from 2017,

Wilson finished the year with a single season school record of 1,511 receiving yards including a bowl record 221 yards in the Las Vegas Bowl where Boise State beat Oregon 38-28.

Wilson was a J.C. transfer and thus played just two season with BSU but he finishes his career 7th all time in receiving with 2,640 yards.

Wilson previously received an invitation to the East/West Shrine All Star game will most likely skip that contest for the spotlight of the Senior Bowl.

Of the previous 11 Broncos to play in the Senior Bowl the only player who wasn't taken in the NFL draft was QB Kellen Moore.