LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech junior offensive lineman Jack Anderson has accepted an invitation to play in the Reese's Senior Bowl, which will be held Jan. 30 at Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.
The Senior Bowl has been a popular destination for Red Raiders the past two years as Anderson joins 2019 participants Jordyn Brooks, Terence Steele and Broderick Washington Jr., all three of which are currently on active NFL rosters.
Tech has now had four Senior Bowl invitees under head coach Matt Wells, easily the most over a two-year period in school history. Anderson, who chose to forego his remaining eligibility shortly after the 2020 season, becomes the 24th Red Raider all-time to be invited to the game.
Anderson, a native of Frisco, Texas, started in all 10 games at right guard this season for the Red Raiders, earning All-Big 12 first team honors in the process. He was previously an All-Big 12 second team honoree in 2018, one year after garnering Freshman All-America accolades by both ESPN and USA Today following his 2017 true freshman debut.
Anderson earned his undergraduate degree from Texas Tech this December, making him eligible for Senior Bowl selection. He closed his Red Raider career with 38 starts at right guard over four seasons.
Kickoff for the Senior Bowl is slated for 1:30 p.m. with television coverage provided by NFL Network.