2012 NFL Draft, Syracuse Prospects: Antwon Bailey, Andrew Tiller Invited To Casino Del Sol All-Star Game

The Syracuse Orange had two seniors, Running back Antwon Bailey and right guard Andrew Tiller, invited to play in the 2012 Casino Del Sol College All-Star game on Jan. 16 in Tucson, Arizona (via Syracuse.com). The game was formerly known as the Eastham Energy College All-Star Game.

Bailey became just the 15th Syracuse back to top 1,000 yards on the ground this season when he rushed for 1,051 yards. Bailey is also the all-time leader in receptions by a running back at Syracuse with 91 and the all-time leader in receiving yards by a running back with 706.

Tiller started 25 games at guard for the Orange, including all 12 games this season. Syracuse has had back-to-back 1,000 yard running backs while Tiller has been on the offensive line.

Both Bailey and Tiller were first-team All-Big East selections for the 2011 season.

For more information on the Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game, visit their website. For more on Syracuse Orange football NFL Draft prospects, check back to this StoryStream or visit our blog Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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