Rob Foldy-US PRESSWIRE
The Florida kicker and the USF cornerback headline this year's roster at the annual All Star game that can serve as a shot in the arm for draft stock.
The list of attendees for the annual fundraising game for the Shriners Hospitals for Children has been trickling out on the game's official Facebook page. Sturgis and Webster were two of 20 players who were announced Friday as participants in the game.
Webster had a superb year in the Bulls secondary. He didn't intercept any passes, but he led USF with 82 tackles, six passes broken up, and three forced fumbles. Webster's 61 solo tackles were also tops on the South Florida roster.
Sturgis posted the best field goal percentage of his career for the Gators, booting 23 of 27 attempts successfully for an 85.7% mark. He also went 32 of 33 on extra point attempts, and finished the season with 101 points; that's his second-best season, exceeded only by his 110 points in his freshman campaign.
Here's the full list of attendees as of 1:30 PM ET Friday:
|Colby Cameron||Louisiana Tech||QB|
|Alex Carder||Western Michigan||QB|
|Jamie Collins||Southern Mississippi||OLB|
|Seth Doege||Texas Tech||QB|
|Tyrone Goard||Eastern Kentucky||WR|
|Gerald Hodges||Penn State||LB|
|Eric Kush||California University of Pennsylvania||C|
|Zach Line||Southern Methodist||RB|
|Leon McFadden||San Diego State||CB|
|Andrew Robiskie||Western Illinois||OL|
|Matt Stankiewitch||Penn State||C|
|Devin Taylor||South Carolina||DE|
|Kayvon Webster||South Florida||CB|