FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) -- The Hula Bowl, a collegiate all-star bowl played in Hawaii, announced North Dakota State defensive back Marquise Bridges has accepted an invitation to showcase his talents for professional scouts.
The Hula Bowl is proud to announce that Marquise Bridges has agreed to play in the 2020 Hula Bowl. We are pleased to have him join us in Hawaii for the interview of his life. He will have the opportunity to showcase his talents before the NFL! See you in Hawaii! Mahalo! pic.twitter.com/dpi5Dmlss8— Hula Bowl (@Hula_Bowl) January 19, 2020
Bridges, a native of Minneapolis, just wrapped his college football career when NDSU captured it's eighth FCS National Championship in Frisco, Texas earlier this month.
Bridges played in 49 games with the Bison. He ended his college career with five interceptions and 26 passes defended.
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