Will Grier - QB

West Virginia QB Will Grier Accepts 2019 Reese's Senior Bowl Invite

It's that time of the year where the nations top senior draft prospects begin receiving, and hopefully accepting their invites to some of the biggest college all-star games held around the country. One of the top senior quarterbacks in this draft class officially accepted his invitation to attend the 2019 Reese's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama in January.

Grier, 23, started his college career off at the University of Florida before transferring to West Virginia University after his freshman year. In his two years at West Virginia, Grier posted impressive numbers in one of the nations highest-scoring offenses. Grier left West Virginia with his name littered throughout the record books in multiple different categories.

Will Grier leaves West Virginia with 7,354 total passing yards, a combined 65.7% completion percentage, 71 passing touchdowns, a combined 169.1 passer rating, and a combined 78.8 quarterback rating. In years past, we've seen quarterbacks such as Baker Mayfield, Josh Allen, Carson Wentz, Dak Prescott, Derek Carr, Russell Wilson, Andy Dalton, and many more help their draft stock immensely with a good week down in Mobile. This year, all eyes will be on Will "The Thrill" Grier, as he will be the biggest name quarterback present at the 2019 Reese's Senior Bowl.

Connor Livesay

Connor Livesay

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I talk a lot about the NFL Draft and the Dallas Cowboys. I plan on talking a lot more.
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