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2011 NFL Draft: East West Shrine Game 2011

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This afternoon is the annual East West Shrine Bowl.  This game doesn't have the prospects that the Senior Bowl does, but there are still some guys here that are worth watching.  The most important thing about the Shrine Game is the practices because that is where the NFL coaches and scouts get to really look at the guys on both rosters.  The Titans had some personnel there this week, and Alfie from Big Cat Country was nice enough to send over a list of the players he saw the Titans people talking too. 

The players included:

  • Georgia LB Akeem Dent
  • Iowa State S David Sims
  • UCLA DT David Carter
  • LSU G Joseph Barksdale
  • Fresno State OLB Chris Carter
  • Wisconsin QB Scott Tolzien
  • Iowa DE Karl Klug

UNC DT Marvin Austin is regarded by most people to be the best prospect in this game, and has apparently shown up in good shape after sitting out the entire 2010 college football season.  Alfie didn't mention the Titans as one of the teams that showed interest in him, but you can believe that he is on their radar.

Click through the jump for the rosters for both teams.

East Roster

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College
Kyle Adams TE 6-4½ 248 Purdue
Pierre Allen DE 6-4 268 Nebraska
David Arkin G 6-4½ 294 Missouri State
Marvin Austin DT 6-2¾ 303 North Carolina
Perry Baker WR 6-0 172 Fairmont State
Ryan Bartholomew G 6-1 294 Syracuse
J.C. Brignone C 6-1 297 Mississippi State
Bryant Browning G 6-3 308 Ohio State
Mario Butler CB 6-0 184 Georgia Tech
Wes Byrum K 6-1 210 Auburn
Delone Carter RB 5-8 219 Syracuse
Graig Cooper RB 6-0 208 Miami (Fla.)
Akeem Dent ILB 6-1 233 Georgia
Pat Devlin QB 6-3 225 Delaware
Ricky Dobbs QB 6-0⅛ 200 Navy
Ryan Donahue P 6-2 189 Iowa
Charlie Gantt TE 6-4¾ 251 Michigan State
Eric Gordon LB 6-0 226 Michigan State
Christian Hairston OT 6-6¾ 321 Clemson
Jermale Hines SS 6-2 212 Ohio State
Douglas Hogue OLB 6-1½ 225 Syracuse
Randall Hunt G 6-5 305 Illinois
Zach Hurd G 6-6¾ 322 Connecticut
Lester Jean WR 6-2½ 202 Florida Atlantic
Brian Lainhart S 6-0½ 1205 Kent State
Scott Lutrus LB 6-2½ 238 Connecticut
Greg Lloyd LB 6-1 234 Connecticut
Cliff Matthews DE 6-4 263 South Carolina
Terrell McClain DT 6-1½ 298 South Florida
Josh McNary LB 5-11½ 232 Army
Bruce Miller DE 6-1½ 246 UCF
Jonathan Nelson SS 5-11 182 Oklahoma
Olong Ogbu DT 6-1 283 Penn State
Martin Parker DT 6-1½ 286 Richmond
Jah Reid OT 6-7 320 UCF
Justin Rogers CB 5-10¼ 182 Richmond
Brian Rolle LB 5-10 222 Ohio State
Evan Royster RB 6-0 212 Penn State
Anthony Sherman FB 5-10½ 238 Penn State
Cecil Shorts WR 5-11½ 190 Mount Union
David Sims S 5-9½ 210 Iowa State
Greg Smith TE 6-4 258 Texas
Mike Smith OT 6-6 285 Nebraska
Tyrod Taylor QB 6-0¾ 214 Virginia Tech
Josh Thomas CB 5-10⅛ 189 Buffalo
Terrence Toliver WR 6-3¾ 208 LSU
Justin Trattou DE 6-3 248 Florida
Terrence Turner WR 6-2 205 Indiana
Demarcus Van Dyke CB 6-11 185 Miami (Fla.)