Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes, who last month declared for the NFL draft, will have an opportunity to show college football fans why.

Waynes is competing in the Quicken Loans All-Star Football Challenge, a skills competition for college football standouts entering its 17th season.

The competition will air 6 p.m. Friday on ESPN2.

Waynes, an all-Big Ten selection who also earned second- and third-team All-American honors from various organizations, will participate in the challenge's "hands competition" against Alabama safety Landon Collins and Miami (Ohio) cornerback Quinten Rollins.

As a junior, Waynes had three interceptions, eight pass breakups and 11 passes defensed.

Other individual events include quarterback accuracy competition, lineman strength challenge, obstacle course and speed kick. There also will be a team competition.

Competitors for the events are:

QB accuracy

Shane Carden, East Carolina

Brandon Bridge, South Alabama

Sean Mannion, Oregon State

Linemen challenge

Malcolm Brown, Texas

Andrus Peat, Stanford

La'el Collins, LSU

Obstacle course

Dante Fowler, Florida

Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska

Vic Beasley, Clemson

Speed kickers

Sam Ficken, Penn State

Kyle Brindza, Notre Dame

Jared Roberts, Colorado State