Penn State had representatives on both sides of the ball for the North team in Saturday’s Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
Trace McSorley played the entirety of the second quarter under center for the Jon Gruden coached squad.
The former Nittany Lions signal called went 6 of 12 for 55 yards and led his team to a field goal on his opening drive.
He did, however, struggle with accuracy and missed a chance for a touchdown to an open receiver on the aforementioned possession.
Oruwariye, meanwhile, played sparingly after suffering a minor injury earlier in the week. He did not record any statistics.
Both are hoping to improve their stock in the quickly approaching 2019 NFL Draft.
Oruwariye is projected to go anywhere between the first and third round, while McSorley is looking at the late rounds or the undrafted free agent route.