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East-West Shrine Game

Todays blog will give you each roster for the East-West Shrine complete with my unit grades (the avg of many scouting services grades), post season awards, and PS#’s.

The East-West Shrine game is the oldest annual post season all star game and has been played every year since 1925. Although the East won last years game 13-10 the West is still winning the series 45-35-5. The game features many future pros as 90% of last years participants were either drafted or signed on as a free agent in the NFL.

Even though the game is an American football competition, players playing Canadian university football have been invited every year since 1985. The Shrine game is the only game on either the Canadian or American college football schedules in which players from both sides of the border compete with or against each other.

Most importantly the game is played to raise funds for the 22 Shriners Hospitals around the country.

Make sure you check back on Sunday to get my forecasts for the NFL Conference Championship games.

86th East-West Shrine Game
January 22nd, 2011 at 4 p.m. EST
Florida Citrus Bowl
Orlando, Florida

East Roster:
Head Coach: Dan Reeves

Name
Pos
School
PS#
PS Awards
Patrick Devlin
QB
Delaware
1st tm AA
Ricky Dobbs
QB
Navy
142
1st tm IND
Tyrod Taylor
QB
Virginia Tech
3
2nd tm ACC
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
5.25
Delone Carter
RB
Syracuse
98
2nd tm BE
Graig Cooper
RB
Miami
62
Evan Royster
RB
Penn State
18
Anthony Sherman
FB
Connecticut
79
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
5.25
Kyle Adams
TE
Purdue
89
Charles Gantt
TE
Michigan State
32
2nd tm B10
Greg Smith
TE
Texas
36
Perry Baker
WR
Fairmont State
Lestar Jean
WR
Florida Atlantic
1st tm SBC
Cecil Shorts
WR
Mt. Union
Terrence Toliver
WR
LSU
2
Terrence Turner
WR
Indiana
232
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.95
Ryan Bartholomew
C
Syracuse
162
3rd tm BE
JC Brignone
C
Mississippi State
183
Beau Warren
C
Virginia Tech
116
4th tm ACC
David Arkin
OG
Missouri State
2nd tm AA
Bryant Browning
OG
Ohio State
39
Randall Hunt
OG
Illinois
391
Christian Hairston
OT
Clemson
1st tm ACC
Jah Reid
OT
UCF
363
1st tm CUSA
Mike Smith
OT
Nebraska
45
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.75
Pierre Allen
DE
Nebraska
112
2nd tm B12
Cliff Matthews
DE
South Carolina
22
4th tm SEC
Bruce Miller
DE
UCF
409
1st tm CUSA
Justin Trattou
DE
Florida
11
3rd tm SEC
Marvin Austin
DT
North Carolina
3
Terrell McClain
DT
USF
127
Olong Ogbu
DT
Penn State
198
3rd tm B10
Martin Parker
DT
Richmond
2nd tm AA
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
5.1
Akem Dent
ILB
Georgia
82
2nd tm SEC
Scott Lutrus
ILB
Connecticut
331
Gregory Lyoyd II
ILB
Connecticut
129
Douglas Hogue
OLB
Syracuse
82
3nd tm BE
Josh McNary
OLB
Army
1st tm IND
Brian Rolle
OLB
Ohio State
26
1st tm B10
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.85
Mario Butler
CB
Georgia Tech
142
Justin Rogers
CB
Richmond
3rd tm AA
Josh Thomas
CB
Buffalo
3rd tm MAC
Demarcus Van Dyke
CB
Miami
60
Eric Gordon
SS
Michigan State
44
Jermale Hines
SS
Ohio State
25
1st tm B10
Jonathan Nelson
SS
Oklahoma
38
David Sims
SS
Iowa State
39jc
3rd tm B12
Brian Lainhart
FS
Kent State
444
2nd tm MAC
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.9
Wes Byrum
K
Auburn
4th tm SEC
Ryan Donahue
P
Iowa
3
2nd tm B10

West Roster:
Head Coach: Wade Phillips

Name
Pos
School
PS#
PS Awards
Nathan Enderle
QB
Idaho
73
4th tm WAC
Jerrod Johnson
QB
Texas A&M
27
Scott Tolzien
QB
Wisconsin
109
4th tm B10
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
5.2
Alex Green
RB
Hawaii
44jc
2nd tm WAC
Da’rel Scott
RB
Maryland
73
Vai Taua
RB
Nevada
289
1st tm WAC
Patrick DiMarco
FB
South Carolina
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.7
Jordan Cameron
TE
USC
336
Virgil Green II
TE
Nevada
1st tm WAC
Julius Thomas
TE
Portland State
Armon Binns
WR
Cincinnati
257
1st tm BE
Jeffrey Maehl
WR
Oregon
117
1st tm P10
OJ Murdock
WR
Ft. Hays State
Anthony Parker
WR
Calgary
Aldrick Robinson
WR
SMU
254
1st tm CUSA
Ryan Whalen
WR
Stanford
289
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.65
Alex Linnenkohl
C
Oregon State
158
3rd tm P10
William Rackley
C
Lehigh
Andrew Jackson
OG
Fresno State
296
Caleb Schlauderaff
OG
Utah
289
1st tm MWC
Zachary Williams
OG
Washington State
100jc
Joseph Barksdale
OT
LSU
5
3rd tm SEC
Adam Grant
OT
Arizona
91
1st tm P10
Laupepa Letuli
OT
Hawaii
205
2nd tm WAC
Matthew O’Donnell
OT
Queens, Ontario
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.8
Ricky Elmore
DE
Arizona
182
2nd tm P10
Karl Klug
DE
Iowa
232
2nd tm B10
Cheta Ozougwu
DE
Rice
246
4th Tm CUSA
Ryan Winterswke
DE
Boise State
285
4th tm WAC
Brandon Bair
DT
Oregon
95
2nd tm P10
David Carter
DT
UCLA
187
3rd tm P10
Ted Laurent
DT
Mississippi
33
Ian Williams
DT
Notre Dame
45
1st tm IND
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
5.0
Nicholas Bellore
ILB
Central Michigan
220
1st tm MAC
Ben Jacobs
ILB
Fresno State
3rd tm WAC
Orie Lemon
ILB
Oklahoma State
28
1st tm B12
Michael Mohamed
ILB
California
266
1st tm P10
Chris Carter
OLB
Fresno State
154
1st ttm WAC
Dontay Moch
OLB
Nevada
153
1st tm WAC
Winston Venable
OLB
Boise State
91jc
3rd tm WAC
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
4.85

Cortez Allen
CB
Citadel
Korey Lindsey
CB
Southern Illinois
1st tm AA
Brandyn Thompson
CB
Boise State
406
2nd tm WAC
Darrin Walls
CB
Notre Dame
5
1st tm IND
Andrew Rich
SAF
BYU
134jc
1st tm MWC
Jeron Johnson
SS
Boise State
1st tm WAC
Shiloh Keo
SS
Idaho
2nd tm WAC
Justin Taplin-Ross
SS
Utah
470
Nate Williams
SS
Washington
113
3rd tm P10
NFL Caliber Unit Grade
5.0

Trevor Hankins
P
Arizona State
4th tm P10
Dan Bailey
PK
Oklahoma State
60
1st tm B12
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  • Matt

    What does it say about the teams that played in bcs bowls who don’t have a single player in this game? Arkansas and TCU overachieved…or their players were overlooked?

  • mnmark

    Klug will be playing a position that Clayborn played and is not used to the outside postion. Klug throughout 2010 took double teams consistantly. I think with his ethic and motor he will be considered as a project and a steal for any team. Keep in mind he was only 207lb’s as a freshman at Iowa and worked under King and Kroul before playing his last full season for the Hawkeye’s! Most coaches observed his desire and his motor and off season ethics that is needed in the NFL