Brad Smith’s last game as a Missouri Tiger will be on December 30th at the Independence Bowl, but if you want to see him one more time as a collegian, you’ll get your chance. However, he may not be lining up at quarterback.

Smith has been invited to play in the Hula Bowl, an annual college all-star game held in Hawaii. He said yesterday that he wouldn’t be surprised if he’ll play some wide receiver in the game. Many wonder whether or not he will be able to succeed as a passing quarterback in the NFL. As a senior, Smith has completed 59.7 of his passes for 2,022 yards, 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He has had trouble, at times, hitting passers on deep routes.

The Hula Bowl is on January 21. He was not invited to the Senior Bowl, which is in Mobile, Alabama, which often attracts the most NFL scouts.