By Matt Sugam
After a season were the weakside linebacker earned four All-American honors and was named the Big East Player of the Year, for the second straight year, Greene will get to compete against the best seniors in the country.
The event is another chance for the Elizabeth, NJ native to showcase his skills to NFL scouts, general managers and coaches.
The seniors have a week of practice under the tutelage of NFL coaches before playing the game. The game takes place in Mobile Alabama on January 26 at 3:30 p.m. at Ladd-Peebles Stadium and airs on the NFL Network.
Greene is the 10th player in Rutgers’ history to be invited to the Senior Bowl.