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    East-West shrine game

    While the Senior Bowl gets the most attention of all the postseason All-Star games, the East-West Shrine Game is a worthy showcase for some of college football's best prospects.

    The crop of running backs at this year's game is as impressive as any in recent memory. Texas A&M's Christine Michael and Utah State's Kerwynn Williams will carry the load for the West side, while Ray Graham and Zac Stacy highlight the East backfield.

    Plenty of other talented prospects will take the field at all positions. Here is all of the information you need to know for the 2013 East-West Shrine Game.

    Date: Jan. 19, 2013

    Time: 4 p.m. EST
    East Team Offense
    No. Position Name School Height Weight (lbs)
    78 OL Terron Armstead Ark.-Pine Bluff 6'5" 310
    80 WR Emory Blake Auburn 6'2" 195
    11 QB Colby Cameron Louisiana Tech 6'2" 205
    15 WR Marcus Davis Virginia Tech 6'4" 225
    64 OL Jordan Devey Memphis 6'6" 305
    76 OL R.J. Dill Rutgers 6'6" 315
    83 WR Corey Fuller Virginia Tech 6'3" 195
    12 RB Ray Graham Pittsburgh 5'10" 190
    18 RB Montei Harris Temple 5'9" 208
    73 OL Garth Heikkinen Minnesota-Duluth 6'2.5" 305
    88 WR Erik Highsmith North Carolina 6'3" 195
    74 OL Mark Jackson Glenville State 6'6" 330
    10 TE D.C. Jefferson Rutgers 6'6" 250
    55 OL T.J. Johnson South Carolina 6'5" 315
    7 QB Collin Klein Kansas State 6'5" 226
    58 OL Eric Kush California (PA) 6'4" 299
    44 TE Chris Pantale Boston College 6'6" 255
    97 TE Lucas Reed New Mexico 6'6" 255
    59 OL Matt Sewell McMaster U. 6'8" 345
    85 WR Rodney Smith Florida State 6'6" 219
    72 OL Nick Speller Massachusetts 6'5" 290
    2 RB Zac Stacy Vanderbilt 5'9" 214
    54 OL Matt Stankiewitch Penn State 6'3" 303
    13 QB Nathan Stanley Southeastern La. 6'5" 215
    8 WR Trent Steelman Army 6' 210
    17 K Caleb Sturgis Florida 5'11" 190
    86 WR Brandon Turner Navy 6'4" 225
    70 OL Early Watford James Madison 6'4" 295



    East Team Defense
    No. Position Name School Height Weight
    36 LB Sam Barrington South Florida 6'2" 238
    91 DL David Bass Missouri West. State 6'4" 260
    30 S Brendan Bishop North Carolina State 6'2" 205
    14 P Dylan Breeding Arkansas 6'1" 215
    29 CB Xavier Brewer Clemson 5'11" 190
    77 DL Mike Catapano Princeton 6'4" 270
    93 DL Izaan Cross Georgia Tech 6'4" 300
    52 LB Matt Evans New Hampshire 6' 230
    24 S Josh Evans Florida 6'1" 199
    96 DL A.J. Francis Maryland 6'5" 315
    31 S Rashard Hall Clemson 6'2" 210
    42 LB Gerald Hodges Penn State 6'2" 251
    28 CB Josh Johnson Purdue 5'11" 195
    4 LB Robert McCabe Georgetown 6'2" 234
    90 DL Anthony McCloud Florida State 6'2" 322
    21 CB Brandon McGee Miami (FL) 6' 197
    46 LB Nick Moody Florida State 6'2" 237
    3 LB Sio Moore Connecticut 6'2" 229
    26 S Kejuan Riley Alabama State 6'1" 208
    7 CB Branden Smith Georgia 5'11" 175
    22 CB Rod Sweeting Georgia Tech 6' 187
    98 DL Devin Taylor South Carolina 6'8" 267
    1 S Cooper Taylor Richmond 6'4" 230
    94 DL Scott Vallone Rutgers 6'3" 275
    92 DL Joe Vellano Maryland 6'2" 295
    6 CB Kayvon Webster South Florida 5'11" 196
    23 CB Melvin White Louisiana-Lafayette 6'3" 191
    9 CB Trey Wilson Vanderbilt 5'11" 190
    27 S Earl Wolff North Carolina State 6' 207



    West Team Offense
    No. Position Name School Height Weight (lbs)
    81 WR Anthony Amos Middle Tenn. St. 6' 185
    60 OL Jeff Baca UCLA 6'3'' 295
    74 OL Sam Brenner Utah 6'4" 305
    75 OL Braden Brown Brigham Young 6'6" 300
    19 K Zach Brown Portland State 6'4" 210
    4 WR Dan Buckner Arizona 6'4" 211
    1 WR Chad Bumphis Mississippi State 5'11" 198
    14 QB Alex Carder Western Michigan 6'3" 225
    8 WR Jasper Collins Mount Union 5'11" 190
    6 WR Keenan Davis Iowa 6'2" 215
    7 QB Seth Doege Texas Tech 6'1" 205
    50 OL Kirby Fabien Calgary 6'6" 305
    88 TE Joseph Fauria UCLA 6'7" 255
    53 OL James Ferentz Iowa 6'1" 288
    67 OL Manase Foketi W. Texas A&M 6'5" 325
    66 OL Blaize Foltz TCU 6'4" 315
    12 WR Tyrone Goard E. Kentucky 6'4" 196
    72 OL Tanner Hawkinson Kansas 6'5" 300
    44 TE Josh Hill Idaho State 6'5" 229
    48 RB Zach Line SMU 6'1" 230
    33 RB Christine Michael Texas A&M 5'11" 220
    68 OL Dann O'Neill W. Michigan 6'8" 305
    52 OL Andrew Robiskie W. Illinois 6'2" 302
    10 QB Matt Scott Arizona 6'3'' 208
    84 TE Zach Sudfeld Nevada 6'7'' 255
    56 OL Ryan Turnley Pittsburgh 6'6" 313
    25 RB Kerwynn Williams Utah State 5'8'' 191

    West Team Defense
    No. Position Name School Height Weight (lbs)
    15 S Jahleel Addae Central Michigan 5'11" 200
    97 DL Josh Boyd Mississippi State 6'3" 300
    73 DL William Campbell Michigan 6'5" 310
    16 S Cody Davis Texas Tech 6'2" 205
    54 LB Steve Greer Virginia 6'2" 230
    31 CB Terry Hawthorne Illinois 6'1" 193
    3 CB Aaron Hester UCLA 6'2" 195
    28 LB DeVonte Holloman South Carolina 6'2" 240
    95 DL Wes Horton USC 6'2" 237
    49 P Josh Hubner Arizona State 6'4" 238
    9 CB Demontre Hurst Oklahoma 5'10" 183
    18 CB Micah Hyde Iowa 6'1" 190
    11 S Keelan Johnson Arizona State 6'1" 207
    43 DL Travis Johnson San Jose State 6'2" 245
    47 LB A.J. Klein Iowa State 6'2" 244
    94 DL Rob Lohr Vanderbilt 6'4" 290
    24 CB Nigel Malone Kansas State 5'10" 180
    20 S Bradley McDougald Kansas 6'1" 210
    26 S Zeke Motta Notre Dame 6'3" 215
    83 DL Will Pericak Colorado 6'4" 295
    13 LB Keith Pough Howard 6'3" 238
    22 CB Sheldon Price UCLA 6'2" 180
    51 LB Albert Rosette Nevada 6'2" 240
    45 DL Caleb Schreibeis Montana State 6'3" 252
    29 S Shamarko Thomas Syracuse 5'10'' 208
    96 DL Brandon Thurmond Arkansas Pine Bluff 6'2" 260
    42 LB Nathan Williams Ohio State 6'3" 249
    5 S Duke Williams Nevada 6' 200
    2 CB Khalid Wooten Nevada 5'11" 200


    Gotta keep an eye on Zeke Motta!!! could be playing next to Harrison.
    Flash!...... Aaha!!

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    David Bass

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    Teddy Bridgewater | Andrew Wiggins | Byron Buxton
    THE FUTURE IS NOW

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    William Campbell - DL - Wolverines
    Jan 15 - 11:30 PM

    Michigan DT William Campbell has reportedly been "dominant at times" during East-West Shrine practices, controlling the line of scrimmage.

    Campbell weighed in at a hulking 6-foot-5 and 318 pounds this week, and SI's Tony Pauline hints he's likely headed for a 3-4 scheme as a "gap occupier" rather than collapser of the pocket or playmaker. Campbell started 11-of-13 games for the Wolverines in 2012, amassing 44 tackles, but just 1.5 for a loss and a single sack. He's a late-round five-technique or nose prospect.

    Source: TFY Draft Insider

    Keith Pough - LB - Bison
    Jan 15 - 11:19 PM

    Howard LB Keith Pough measured 6-foot-1 3/4 and 241 pounds at this week's East-West Shrine all-star event.

    Pough was listed at a lankier 6-foot-3, 225 by Howard University. A favorite of Rotoworld's Josh Norris, Pough is built like an NFL middle linebacker and also has an impressive 79-inch wingspan, which will help for pass coverage purposes. Through two East-West Shrine practices, Pough has been a standout on the field.

    Source: National Football Post

    Marcus Davis - WR - Hokies
    Jan 15 - 9:33 PM

    Virginia Tech WR Marcus Davis measured 6-foot-3 1/8 and 230 pounds during this week's East-West Shrine weigh-in.

    CBS Sports' Dane Brugler has likened Davis' receiving upside to Dez Bryant's, and he certainly is built like the Dallas Cowboys' star getting off the bus. Davis has huge hands (10 1/8") and arms that would be suitably long for an NFL left tackle (33 3/4"). We sure wish he were a better football player.

    Source: National Football Post

    Rodney Smith - WR - Seminoles
    Jan 15 - 12:54 PM

    CBS Sports' Dane Brugler does not believe Florida State WR Rodney Smith is playing up to his size through two days of practice at the East-West Shrine Game.

    Brugler adds that "it is obvious why many scouts think so highly of" Smith, due to his combination of size and athleticism. However, Brugler wishes Smith would win in contested situations more frequently and go beyond just catching vertical passes he tracked downfield.

    Source: CBS Sports

    Earl Wolff - DB - Wolfpack
    Jan 15 - 10:23 AM

    North Carolina State S Earl Wolff has generated "a lot of praise" from coaches at the East-West Shrine Game so far in practices.

    It's early in the week, but first impressions can go a long way. Wolff, listed at 6-foot, 207, was described as "the heart of the defense" by NC State coach Tom O'Brien and has obvious leadership skills. ACC coaches also selected Wolff as a first-team all-conference pick in 2012 after he led the Wolfpack in tackles.

    Source: Tony Pauline on Twitter
    http://www.rotoworld.com/playernews/...ft-player-news

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    The Vikes had a BIG advantage last year because we coached this game and I also believe this is where the coaching staff fell in love with Harrison Smith.

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    Do they play this game on TV? I need more football to watch! haha
    Catch 22: run or pass, you're screwed either way!


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    I'm not too big on college football so I'm not very familiar with most of these guys; I'll have to trust you all to let me know who looks good and who doesn't.

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    The Guy I like is Zeke Motta. SS out of ND. A ton of safeties coming out this year, but he is my fav.
    I'm going to be watching the WR's, LB's, DT's and Guards. The CB's might be fun to watch as well. I'm looking forward to this game. Not as much talent no doubt. But will be interesting.

    Here is a very interesting read on guy to watch in this game:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...JtGTzZPUzTkm1g
    Flash!...... Aaha!!

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    Micah Hyde wearing No. 18 for the West squad on Saturday is the only real one I care much about. I want to see how he does because I want the Vikings to draft him in round 3 or 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel0227 View Post

    Here is a very interesting read on guy to watch in this game:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...JtGTzZPUzTkm1g
    That was a good read. Short but quick to the point analysis thru a Vikings point of view of a lot of players in the game. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel0227 View Post
    The Guy I like is Zeke Motta. SS out of ND. A ton of safeties coming out this year, but he is my fav.
    I'm going to be watching the WR's, LB's, DT's and Guards. The CB's might be fun to watch as well. I'm looking forward to this game. Not as much talent no doubt. But will be interesting.

    Here is a very interesting read on guy to watch in this game:

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...JtGTzZPUzTkm1g
    Great read Dan. Thanks

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