Tennessee fans already know how great of a person Josh Dobbs is. But the rest of the world got some insight into that fact on Saturday.
After he started for South team in the Senior Bowl, Dobbs stuck around after the game to sign some autographs. While many other players had already left the field, the quarterback stuck around to sign autographs and take some pictures with several military service members.
— Marshall Hughes (@marshallhughes) January 28, 2017
Dobbs completed 12 of his 15 passes in the game for 104 yards and an interception. Another former Tennessee QB, Nathan Peterman, got the start for the North team.
In Dobbs’ senior season at Tennessee, he led the Volunteers to a 9-4 record and a Music City Bowl win over Nebraska. He also snapped the Vols 11-game losing streak to Florida. Dobbs will look to be selected in the 2017 NFL Draft.