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Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald to play in Reese's Senior Bowl

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Think Pitt football is done for the season? Not quiet. All-World defensive tackle Aaron Donald will suit up for the Reese's Senior Bowl on January 25th.

A lot of people don't pay much attention to the postseason games after the bowls, but this one is actually a big one for Donald. After winning all of the awards at the end of the season, his name is surely known. But Donald will get another chance to play with scouts watching and that's a big deal.

Donald's draft stock is really all over the map and you can find people projecting him as high as a late first or second round pick down to the second day. Playing against other top seniors, Donald will get another chance to make a mark and impress scouts.

The former Pitt defensive lineman won't go undrafted, but how high he's taken is still up for debate. The good news for Donald is that he can still make an impact.

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