TCU Horned Frogs star Josh Doctson was one of the best wide receivers in all of college football this season. According to a report from NFL.com, Doctson has accepted an invite to the Senior Bowl and led 11 new additions to the roster.
It will give Doctson a great opportunity to show off his skills in front of a large contingent of NFL scouts.
At this point in the draft process, the scouting community appears to still be torn between Baylor wideout Corey Coleman and Doctson as the best wide receiver in the 2016 NFL Draft class.
Throughout the 2015 season, Doctson caught 79 passes for 1,327 yards and 14 touchdowns. There is no question that he has the potential to be a star at the next level. He has a great work ethic and an even better attitude.
TCU is set to play in the Alamo Bowl against the Oklahoma State Cowboys. It is a game that many are looking forward to after the two teams met in the regular season and fought to a 49-29 result in favor of the Cowboys. The Horned Frogs to avenge that loss, but it might have to come without Doctson.
Rumors have come up that he could miss the game due to the broken wrist that he suffered earlier this season.
All of that being said, even if he misses the bowl game, he will still have one more chance to take the college football field before playing on Sundays.
The remaining ten additions to the Senior Bowl roster can be seen below.
- Jerell Adams | TE | South Carolina
Jeremy Cash | S | Duke
Riley Dixon | P | Syracuse
Josh Doctson | WR | TCU
Spencer Drango | OT | Baylor
Ka’imi Fairbairn | K | UCLA
Josh Forrest | LB | Kentucky
Tyler Higbee | TE | Western Kentucky
Alex Kinal | P | Wake Forest
Henry Krieger-Coble | TE | Iowa
Jordan Payton | WR | UCLA
*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports