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While the Seahawks and Patriots jump into their preparations for the Super Bowl, there’s another bowl on tap featuring some of the top NFL prospects from across the country.

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This Saturday’s Senior Bowl will showcase some of the nation’s best players who have used up their college eligibility and among them is former Miami Hurricanes linebacker and hard-hitting All-American Denzel Perryman. According to ESPN’s Todd McShay, the 5-foot-11, 240-pound specimen out of Coral Gables is the fifth best prospect participating in the annual all-star game held in Mobile, Alabama.

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Perryman, who pondered leaving school early after his junior season, is among the most decorated linebackers in Canes history, tallying 351 tackles (27 for loss) and seven forced fumbles in 47 career starts. He’s considered a likely first or second-round pick by most draft analysts and was a finalist for the Butkus Award, given to the country’s top linebacker. He will be joined by fellow Canes Phillip Dorsett, Ladarius Gunter, and Clive Walford.

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The game will be televised at 4 p.m. ET this Saturday on NFL Network.