HOUSTON --Following the conclusion of his Houston playing career in the Dec. 24 Hawaii Bowl, Steven Dunbar will suit up for one more collegiate game as the wide receiver has been invited to play in the 93rd East-West Shrine Game on Jan. 20 in St. Petersburg, Fla. The game will air at 2 p.m. CT on the NFL Network.
Dunbar led Houston in receiving yards this season, finishing the regular season with 873 yards and three touchdowns on 66 receptions, good for fourth in The American.
|Purchase Tickets Now | Join Cougar Pride|
He also ranked fourth in The American with two receiving plays accounting for at least 60 yards en route to earning honorable mention all-conference honors.
Dunbar enters the Hawaii Bowl 10th on the Houston career receptions chart with 170 receptions and 12th on the career receiving yards chart with 2,233 yards.
Dunbar is the fifth player from the Houston program in the last five years to be selected to play in the game after B.J. Singleton and Steven Taylor were invited to last year’s game, Joey Mbu was invited to the 2015 game and Richie Leone was invited to the 2014 game.