List of Big East players drafted by NFL teams, or added as undrafted free agents.
Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu was drafted in the third round, with the 83rd overall pick, by the Cincinnati Bengals.
Isaiah PeadColumbus, OHDecember 14, 1989 (22)5-10, 200Running BackSt. Louis RamsCincinnati Bearcats (Senior)Eastmoor Academy 2011 Big East Player of the YearCareer StatsGames 42Yards 3254Touchdowns...
Kendall ReyesNashua, NH September 26, 1989 (22)6-4, 298 Defensive TackleSan Diego Chargers Connecticut Huskies (Senior)Nashua North High School 2010 & 2011 All Big East First Team Career stats37...
Derek WolfeLisbon, OHFebruary 24, 1990 (22)6-6, 295 Defensive TackleDenver Broncos (36th overall)Cincinnati Bearcats (Senior)Beaver Local High School 2011 All Big East First Team Career stats45...
Chandler JonesEndicott, NY Feb. 27, 1990 (22)6-5, 265 Defensive EndNew England PatriotsSyracuse Orange (Junior)Union Endicott High School 2011 All Big East First Team Career stats32 games147...
Bruce IrvinAtlanta, GANovember 11, 1987 (24)6-3 245 Defensive EndSeattle SeahawksWest Virginia Mountaineers (Senior) 2011 All Big East First Team Career stats29 tackles for loss22 sacks5 forced...
Syracuse defensive end Chandler Jones has a chance to be the only first round pick from a Big East school in tomorrow night's NFL Draft.
The NFL Scouting Combine is coming up. The full list of players has been released and it contains 20 players from 7 of the 8 Big East schools. Here's the list.
Former Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu will participate in the 2012 All-Star Football Challenge in Indianapolis, Ind. on Feb. 2.
Six Big East players will be on the rosters of the Players All-Star Classic on Feb. 4 in Little Rock, Ark. Connecticut will send Dave Teggart, Kashif Moore and Mike Ryan. Pittsburgh will send Antwuan Reed while Rutgers will be represented by Joe Martinek and West Virginia will send Tyler Urban.
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock ranks Syracuse defensive end Chandler Jones as the fifth-best defensive end in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Here's a quick video of Louisville wide receiver Josh Bellamy catching a 60 yard touchdown from Stephen Garcia in the Battle of Florida All-Star Game.
A record 65 college underclassmen have declared early for the 2012 NFL Draft. Four of these underclassmen are from the Big East, three from Syracuse.
Mohamed Sanu, Bruce Irvin, Kendall Reyes and Chandler Jones are all ranked in the Top 100 at Draft Countdown.
The 2012 Senior Bowl will feature two Big East players in Cincinnati's Isaiah Pead and Connecticut's Kendall Reyes.
Former Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu keeps finding his way into the first round of 2012 NFL mock drafts, including the first by ESPN's Mel Kiper.
Syracuse's Antwon Bailey and Andrew Tiller have been invited to the 2012 Casino Del Sol All-Star Game.