With more than 120 of the nation’s top draft prospects in Mobile, Ala., this week, the Reese’s Senior Bowl recently unveiled the uniforms for Saturday’s all-star game, which kicks off at 2:30 p.m. ET on NFL Network.

The National Team will be outfitted in all-orange Nike uniforms, which feature anthracite numbers outlined in white, as well as white and anthracite UCLA stripes on the shoulders. That striping pattern can also be seen on the pants.

The American Team, meanwhile, will wear all-white uniforms with anthracite numbers outlined in orange. They also have orange and anthracite UCLA stripes on the shoulders and matching pants.

Both uniforms have the Senior Bowl logo patch on the right shoulder of the jersey and a Nike Swoosh on the left side and will be paired with each player’s college helmet to create a wide array of looks. They don’t historically exchange decals like other postseason all-star games, though.

The Senior Bowl has been sponsored by Reese’s since 2014, which is when Under Armour began using orange as a primary color on the uniforms. That continued through the contract with adidas (2017-19) and has remained the case under Nike, which took over in 2020.

Photos courtesy of @seniorbowl on Twitter.