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Penn State Football Defensive End Arnold Ebiketie Accepts Senior Bowl Invite

Penn State football defensive end Arnold Ebiketie accepted his invitation to the 2022 Senior Bowl on Tuesday.

The Nittany Lion known as AK is the third player from Penn State to accept his Senior Bowl bid. He joins pass-rushing hybrid Jesse Luketa and defensive back Jaquan Brisker.

A transfer from Temple, Ebikiete has been an instant contributor to the Penn State defense. So far this season, Ebikiete has accumulated 53 tackles, 8.5 sacks, and a clutch forced fumble in the Nittany Lions’ matchup against Michigan.

The Senior Bowl is an annual opportunity for college prospects to perform in front of NFL coaches, scouts, and front-office executives. This year’s Senior Bowl will take place in Mobile, Alabama on February 5, 2022.

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