Littlejohn Set to Play in All-American ClassicNovember 23, 2005 · MT Media Relations
The Classic will have 100 of the top college athletes from around the country, making it the largest college all-star football game in the nation. Eighty-five percent of the all-stars are graduating seniors from NCAA Division I programs. Former NFL Coordinators and NFL Europe Coaches will serve as head coaches of the East and West squads.
Included among the week-long activities are the skills and measurement combine for the NFL scouts. This year's game will be broadcast nationally by CSTV. The game is one of five all-star contests highlighting graduating seniors for professional football organizations.
Littlejohn will become the second Blue Raider to participate in the all-star game after wide receiver Pedro Holiday played last season.
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