BOISE - Former Boise State wide receiver Cedrick Wilson will get a chance to play in college football's most prestigious postseason all-star game later this month.
Wilson accepted an invite on Thursday to play in the 2018 Reese's Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
"I'm just honored to be selected and look forward to showcasing my talent,” Wilson told KTVB.
Wilson is coming off a banner senior campaign for the Broncos. He hauled in 83 passes and set the single-season school record with 1,511 receiving yards, a total that ranked second in the FBS.
In his final collegiate game last month, Wilson pulled down 10 catches for 221 yards in the Las Vegas Bowl, the ladder of which is an FBS-best for a bowl game this season.
Wilson becomes the 11th Boise State alumnus to accept an invitation to the Senior Bowl. Quarterback Kellen Moore is the only former Bronco to participate in the game and go undrafted.
The game will kick off on Jan. 27 at 12:30 p.m. MT and air on the NFL Network.
Boise State Senior Bowl Alumni
Matt Hill, Offensive lineman
-NFL Draft Status: Seahawks - 5th round (171st pick)
Daryn Colledge, Offensive lineman
-NFL Draft Status: Packers - 2nd round (47th pick)
Kyle Wilson, Cornerback
-NFL Draft Status: Jets - 1st round (29th pick)
Austin Pettis, Wide receiver
-NFL Draft Status: Rams - 3rd round (78th pick)
Titus Young, Wide receiver
-NFL Draft Status: Lions - 2nd round (44th pick)
George Iloka, Safety
-NFL Draft Status: Bengals - 5th round (167th pick)
Doug Martin, Running back
-NFL Draft Status: Buccaneers - 1st round (31st pick)
Shea McClellin, Defensive line
-NFL Draft Status: Bears - 1st round (19th pick)
Kellen Moore, Quarterback
-NFL Draft Status: Undrafted
Billy Winn, Defensive lineman
-NFL Draft Status: Browns - 6th round (205th pick)
Jamar Taylor, Cornerback
-NFL Draft Status: Dolphins - 2nd round (54th pick)
Darian Thompson, Safety
-NFL Draft Status: NY Giants - 3rd round (71st pick)