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Old 01-21-2016, 09:54 AM   #1
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2016 East-West Shrine Game

For the draftniks and amateur scouts out there the draft season has begun.

Articles/Notes from the East-West Shrine practices and Game.

WEST TEAM

Coach: June Jones

Quarterbacks
Vernon Adams, Jr., Oregon
Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky
Nate Sudfeld, Indiana

Running backs
Daniel Lasco, California
Derek Watt (FB), Wisconsin
Storm Woods, Oregon State

Receivers
Geronimo Allison, Illinois
Danny Anthrop, Purdue
Devon Cajuste, Stanford
Kivon Cartwright (TE), Colorado State
Jared Dangerfield, Western Kentucky
David Morgan II (TE), Texas-San Antonio
Hunter Sharp, Utah State

Offensive linemen
Siaosi Aiono (C), Utah
Jake Brendel (C), UCLA
Chase Farris (G), Ohio State
Marcus Henry (C), Boise State
Alex Huettel (G), Bowling Green
Ted Karras (OG), Illinois
Alex Lewis (OT), Nebraska
Lene Maiava (OT), Arizona
Tyler Marz (OT), Wisconsin
Stephane Nembot (OT), Colorado
Vi Teofilo (G), Arizona State

Defensive linemen
Alex Balducci (DT), Oregon
James Cowser (DE), Southern Utah
David Dean (DT), Virginia
Gerald Dixon, Jr. (DT), South Carolina
Tyrone Holmes (DE), Montana
Cory Johnson (DT), Kentucky
Bronson Kaufusi (DE), BYU
Luther Maddy (DT), Virginia Tech
David Onyemata (DE), Manitoba
Aziz Shittu (DE), Stanford

Linebackers
De'Vondre Campbell (OLB), Minnesota
Travis Feeney (OLB), Washington
Paul Gionni (OLB), Utah
Cory James (OLB), Colorado State
Antonio Longino (ILB), Arizona State
Anthony Sarao (ILB), USC
Aaron Wallace (OLB), UCLA

Defensive backs
V'Angelo Bentley (CB), Illinois
Briean Boddy-Calhoun (CB), Minnesota
Michael Caputo (S), Wisconsin
Lloyd Carrington (CB), Arizona State
Tevin Carter (S), Utah
Ken Crawley (CB), Colorado
Clayton Fejedelem (S), Illinois
Jamal Golden (S), Georgia Tech
Michael Jordan (CB), Missouri Western State
LeShaun Sims (CB), Southern Utah
R.J. Williamson (S), Michigan State

Specialists
Taylor Bertolet (K), Texas A&M
Drew Kaser (P), Texas A&M
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Old 01-21-2016, 09:56 AM   #2
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Re: 2016 East-West Shrine Game

EAST TEAM

Coach: Charlie Weis

Quarterbacks
Blake Frohnapfel, UMass
Jake Rudock, Michigan
Joel Stave, Wisconsin

Running backs
Joshua Ferguson, Illinois
Devon Johnson, Marshall
Keenan Reynolds, Navy
Brandon Ross, Maryland

Receivers
Robby Anderson, Temple
Chris Brown, Notre Dame
Kyle Carter (TE), Penn State
Cody Core, Ole Miss
Darion Griswold (TE), Arkansas State
Steven Scheu (TE), Vanderbilt
Rashawn Scott, Miami (Fla.)
Tajae Sharpe, UMass

Offensive linemen
Donavon Clark (G), Michigan State
Fahn Cooper (OT), Ole Miss
Parker Ehinger (G), Cincinnati
Taylor Fallin (OT), Memphis
Graham Glasgow (C), Michigan
Robert Kugler (C), Purdue
Keith Lumpkin (OT), Rutgers
Sean McEwen (C), University of Calgary
Brandon Shell (OT), South Carolina
Joe Thuney (G), N.C. State
Charles Vaillancourt (G), Laval


Defensive linemen
Trevon Coley (DT), Florida Atlantic
Javon Hargrave (DT), South Carolina State
Nile Lawrence-Stample (DT), Florida State
Dean Lowry (DE), Northwestern
Victor Ochi (DE), Stony Brook
Romeo Okwara (DE), Notre Dame
Mike Rose (DE), N.C. State
Anthony Zettel (DT), Penn State

Linebackers
Joe Bolden (ILB), Michigan
James Burgess (ILB), Louisville
Anthony Harrell (ILB), Florida
Darien Harris (OLB), Michigan State
Terrance Smith (OLB), Florida State
Antwione Williams (ILB), Georgia Southern

Defensive backs
Anthony Brown (CB), Purdue
Juston Burris (CB), N.C. State
Deon Bush (S), Miami (Fla.)
Jamie Byrd (S), South Florida
Cre'von Leblanc (CB), Florida Atlantic
Jordan Lomax (S), Iowa
David Mims II (CB), Texas State
Brian Poole (CB), Florida
Elijah Shumate (S), Notre Dame
Justin Simmons (S), Boston College
Andrew Williamson (S), Vanderbilt

Specialists
John Lunsford (K), Liberty
Will Monday (P), Duke
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Old 01-21-2016, 10:00 AM   #3
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Top 10 most intriguing East-West Shrine Game prospects - NFL.com

Here are the top 10 players most intriguing to NFL scouts in this year's Shrine Game:

1. Keenan Reynolds, RB, Navy:

The FBS all-time career leader in touchdowns, rushing touchdowns, and rushing yards by a quarterback is making the official move to the running back spot for Shrine Game practices. Considering he ran twice as often as he threw as the Midshipmen's quarterback (977 rushes versus 462 passes), some could argue this isn't really a position change. He showed toughness and agility as a runner in the triple-option throughout his four years in Annapolis, but the Heisman candidate will have to show scouts he can find holes and take advantage of them in a pro-style offense.

2. Vernon Adams, Jr., QB, Oregon:

Anyone who watched the Ducks this year knows that the team was completely different with anyone other than Adams leading the way (see their Alamo Bowl loss to TCU). He learned Oregon's offense quickly after coming over from Eastern Washington for his final collegiate season, gaining the respect of his teammates right off the bat. He kept that respect by trying to play through injuries multiple times. Adams is not a run-first passer by any means, can calmly look for second and third options in the pocket, delivers an accurate and catchable ball, and has a very good arm. If he can become a leader of his teammates in a short practice week and stick in the pocket to make NFL-caliber throws to receivers with whom he's just met, teams will have an even higher regard for his skills.

3. Devon Cajuste, WR/TE, Stanford:

This large receiver (6-foot-4, 227 pounds) wasn't utilized as much as he could have been by the Cardinal this year -- partially because they needed to feed Christian McCaffrey as much as possible. But when given the chance to shine, Cajuste did just that; he made five catches for 125 yards and a touchdown against Notre Dame. Much like last year's second-round pick, Devin Funchess, Cajuste is destined for the Y-spot in an NFL offense, utilizing his height and hands over the middle and in the red zone. A big week in St. Pete, along with strong workouts at the NFL Scouting Combine, could cement a top-100 draft grade.


4. Javon Hargrave, DT, South Carolina State:

This two-time Associated Press FBS All-American had 29.5 sacks and 45.5 tackles for loss the past two seasons for the Bulldogs. But now he's going to face three potential mid-round picks in Cincinnati's Parker Ehinger, Michigan State's Donavon Clark and N.C. State's Joe Thuney every day in practice. A strong performance by Hargrave attacking gaps and holding the point when necessary could take Hargrave from intriguing small-school star to valued mid-round interior defender.

5. Paul McRoberts, WR, Southeast Missouri State:

Another exceptional talent at the FCS level, McRoberts (6-3, 197) displays quickness off the line and excellent hands and concentration to high point passes. He's scored nine times in each of the last three seasons, catching the attention of NFL scouts. McRoberts and similarly sized UMass receiver Tajae Sharpe will have their hands full with talented cornerbacks such as Brian Poole (Florida) and D.J. White (Georgia Tech) during practice, so they'll get a chance to prove their ability to be physical on short routes and gain separation downfield.

6. Nate Sudfeld, QB, Indiana:

In some ways, Sudfeld is a known quantity to NFL scouts. He started parts of two seasons and then stayed healthy as a senior, earning consensus third-team All-Big Ten honors (3,573 passing yards, 27 TD, 7 INT). However, passers such as Sudfeld with NFL size (6-6, 240), arm strength, and some mobility will be highly scrutinized at an all-star game. In a quarterback class full of question marks, a good week for Sudfeld could push him up boards for at least a couple of teams looking for a future starter.

7. James Cowser, DE, Southern Utah:

The Thunderbirds have relied on Cowser to bring the heat off the edge for four years. He produced 42.5 sacks during his career among his 80 tackles for loss, using strength and hustle to dominate lesser tackles at the FCS level. If he regularly beats East team tackles Brandon Shell (South Carolina), Keith Lumpkin (Rutgers), Taylor Fallin (Memphis) and Fahn Cooper (Ole Miss), scouts will believe he can make a significant contribution on Sundays.


8. Darion Griswold, TE, Arkansas State:

The Red Wolves ranked 85th in the FBS with 207 passing yards per game in 2015, so it's not really a surprise that he had just 13 catches and 187 yards and two scores. Given the growing importance of athletic tight ends in the NFL game, however, Griswold has a great opportunity to show off strong hands and agility in drills and scrimmages throughout practice week.

9. Stephane Nembot, OT, Colorado:

One of the more interesting personal stories in the draft class, Nembot (name-bot) grew up in Cameroon and came to America to play basketball. But as his frame filled out (6-7, 315), it was clear that the offensive line was where he belonged. He took over at left tackle for the Buffaloes halfway through his senior year after playing on the right side for two-plus seasons. No matter where the Shrine Game coaches line him up, scouts who haven't seen his rangy frame and tenacity as a run blocker should be colored impressed.

10. Aaron Wallace, LB, UCLA:

Heading into his senior season, the son of long-time NFL linebacker Aaron Wallace, Sr. had started just two games for the Bruins. But with the Bruins suffering injuries at the position, including the loss of star defender Myles Jack, Wallace found himself on the first team. He stepped up his game with 12.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks, looking the part of a Sam 'backer able to play the edge with strength and track down the ball in the pocket. Wallace's lack of playing time on defense doesn't give scouts much film to review, so they'll take full advantage of a week's worth of access to his talent.
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Re: 2016 East-West Shrine Game

2016 NFL Draft Prospect Visits Tracked by Team

This is who the Skins have met with or have planned a meeting with at the E/W Shrine Game :

弼uston Burris, CB, NC State (EW)
Ken Crawley, CB, Colorado (EW)
Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois (EW)
Darion Griswold, TE, Arkansas State (EW)
Keith Lumpkin, OT, Rutgers (EW)
Keenan Reynolds, RB, Navy (EW)
Tajae Sharpe, WR, Massachusetts (EW)
Elijah Shumate, S, Notre Dame (EW)
Terrance Smith, OLB/ILB, Florida State (EW)
Joe Thuney, G, NC State (EW)
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Cajuste is a beast, Lasco is pretty good. Seen many Cal/Stanford games.
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2016 NFL Draft Prospect Visits Tracked by Team

This is who the Skins have met with or have planned a meeting with at the E/W Shrine Game :

弼uston Burris, CB, NC State (EW)
Ken Crawley, CB, Colorado (EW)
Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois (EW)
Darion Griswold, TE, Arkansas State (EW)
Keith Lumpkin, OT, Rutgers (EW)
Keenan Reynolds, RB, Navy (EW)
Tajae Sharpe, WR, Massachusetts (EW)
Elijah Shumate, S, Notre Dame (EW)
Terrance Smith, OLB/ILB, Florida State (EW)
Joe Thuney, G, NC State (EW)
I pegged him earlier in another thread, hope I'm right.
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Ten things we learned: Vernon Adams stunning in Shrine Game - NFL.comvernon-adams-stunning-in-shrine-game

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Originally Posted by Mike Mayock
3. Sleeper no more? Mayock and Jeremiah were both high on the performance on Stony Brook DE Victor Ochi, who had a sack of Indiana QB Nate Sudfeld and made a nice shoestring tackle on Adams to prevent a scramble from being a long gain.

9. Badgers safety makes splash. Wisconsin DB Mike Caputo made two interceptions, including one off of his former teammate, Badgers QB Joel Stave.

10. Making bank. Among the Shrine prospects that Mayock said "made money" with their performance through the week: Illinois WR Geronimo Allison, Nebraska OL Alex Lewis, Kentucky DL Cory Johnson, Indiana QB Nate Sudfeld and Oregon QB Vernon Adams.
Players that stood out to me:
CB Bobby Calhoun
CB Crevon LeBlanc
DL Oneymata (DL from Canada)
David Onyemata (DE), Manitoba

Read somewhere that LaShaun Sims could be a better draft prospect then his backfield mate the much spoke about Killebrew
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Cajuste is a beast, Lasco is pretty good. Seen many Cal/Stanford games.
Would never have guessed that.
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