Former Rutgers Scarlet Knights wide receiver Mohamed Sanu will be participating in the 2012 All-Star Football Challenge on Feb. 2 in Indianapolis, Ind. The All-Star Football Challenge will air Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 5) at 4 p.m. on ESPN2.
The All-Star Football Challenge, which is annually hosted in the Super Bowl city, is one of seven live television properties owned and operated by Intersport, an award-winning media and marketing agency. Individual events in the 2012 All-Star Football Challenge include: FRS Healthy Performance QB Scramble, U.S. Marines Obstacle Course, Wide Receiver Hands Competition and the Lineman Challenge. Participants will then be divided into Offensive (Mercedes-Benz Routes Competition) and Defensive Team Competitions. To conclude the program, the players will be divided into two teams for a final Full Team Competition.
Sanu holds the Rutgers football record for catches in a season (115 in 2011, also the Big East record) and catches in a career (210). The complete list of 12 participants has not been released yet. What is known is that Sanu and Michael Floyd from Notre Dame are the confirmed wide receiver participants.
Sanu is currently projected as a late first round pick in the NFL Draft.
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