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2011 NFL Draft: East West Shrine Game Recap and Box Score

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The good folks over at NFLDraftBible.com have a recap up of some things that happened in yesterday's East West Shrine Game (box score). As I said yesterday, the practices are where the scouts really make their observations, but it looks like none of the quarterbacks really helped their stock in yesterday's game. Pat Devlin is said to be a guy that could jump up some boards when the draft happens, but I haven't read anything from his work at this game that gives me the impression that he is going to do that.

Tyrod Taylor is an interesting guy to me. The biggest knock on him is his height at six foot even, but he has a big arm and can extend plays. He is a guy that is fun to watch but looks like a project at best in the NFL. I don't see the Titans taking him, but I hope he goes to a team that will give him a chance because he is really fun to watch.

Marvin Austin, who was the best prospect in this game, played well after having a strong week of practice. He is going to be a bargain for someone because he has the talent to be a first round pick but will fall because he missed the whole season in 2010.

Practices for the Senior Bowl, which is typically the game with the better prospects, start this week. We will have plenty of updates throughout the week.