Since 1925, the East-West Shrine Game has pitted the best college football players from the East and West sides of the United States against one another in a thrilling all-star game played to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children®
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There are a lot of fantastic players. Here's the full roster. SB Nation's Bills' website, Buffalo Rumblings, posted their top 3 prospects:
81. Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware. He's drawn comparisons to Joe Flacco for a couple of years, mostly because he attended the same college. A tall kid that put up solid production, Devlin has drawn mixed reviews this week. Some have called him the best quarterback in the game - and that still may hold true even for those who have expressed disappointment in his throws this week. There's a lot on the line for Devlin in this game.
101. Chris Carter, DE/OLB, Fresno State. Carter always had the talent, and finally came through with an excellent senior season in which he accumulated 11 sacks and 16.5 tackles for loss. (He was productive as a junior, as well, with 13 tackles for loss and five sacks.) A 6'2", 240-pound 'tweener, Carter will likely get a lot of opportunities to drop into coverage in this game - and that's where scouts are most curious to see Carter play.
105. Michael Mohamed, ILB, California. A 6'2", 245-pound middle linebacker in one of America's toughest conferences, Mohamed is vastly experienced and is coming off a very productive career. Over four seasons, he amassed 339 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, six sacks and seven interceptions. Teams will love his intangibles, experience and production, but will have a keen eye on his general athleticism in this contest.
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