Salve's Kehew (Portsmouth) to play in Senior Scout Bowl

PORTSMOUTH — Salve Regina University senior offensive lineman Daniel Kehew of  Portsmouth has been selected to participate in the 2012 FCS Division Senior Scout Bowl presented by The Collegiate Development Football League (CDFL). The third annual North v. South Senior Scout Bowl will be played on Saturday, Dec. 15 at Doug Shaw Stadium (5 p.m.) in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
This game was created to showcase the top FCS Division football players in the nation for NFL scouts and fans. Kehew is among just 91 players across the country to be selected, as well as one of 47 student-athletes to be named to the FCS North Team. Kehew garnered his invitation after helping to lead the Seahawks to their first New England Football Conference (NEFC) Boyd Division title since 2000. As a result of his outstanding play, the senior captain was named to the NEFC All-Boyd Division First Team, marking the second consecutive season he earned all-division honors. Prior to competing in the bowl game on Saturday, Kehew will take part in a double session practice and personal workout for NFL scouts on Friday. Following the day's workouts, he will attend the FCS Senior Scout Bowl Banquet at the Sheraton Convention Center Hotel where he will be recognized and presented with his game jersey (#55). A live feed of the Senior Scout Bowl will be available via UStream. Further information regarding the three-day event, including rosters, can be found at


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