Draft prospects partake in Nashville community event

View photos of members of the 2019 draft class as they assemble food kits for children in need throughout Tennessee.

NASHVILLE -- In partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and The Bridge Ministry, select NFL Draft prospects led 500 volunteers in the assembling of 8,000 food kits for children who qualify for hunger relief programs throughout Tennessee. The event was part of the Huddle Against Hunger initiative.

All of the 2019 prospects attending the draft participated in the event. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was also in attendance. Students who won the Nashville & Middle Tennessee High School Football Food Drive Competition were there to assemble food kits alongside the next wave of NFL stars.

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