01-23-2010, 03:39 PM
Roster and Official Weigh-in
01-23-2010, 03:41 PM
January 23 - per gbn report:
(12:01 AM): Shrine game on afternoon sked... NFL fans can warm up for Sunday's conference championship games with a little pre-draft work when the East-West Shrine Classic, the first of the three big post-season college all-star games, kicks off at 3 PM ET in Orlando with coverage on ESPN2 and TSN in Canada. And while few of the players in today's Shrine game are considered top 50 prospects, there will still be plenty of mid- and late-round prospects on the field in Orlando. Heading the Shrine list is Mississippi DE Greg Hardy who was arguably the best pure pass rusher in college football over the past several years when he was healthy. Other intriguing players to watch in Orlando include DEs Willie Young of North Carolina State and Wisconsin’s O’Brien Schofield, BYU TE Dennis Pitta, Baylor MLB Joe Pawelek, OGs Sergio Render of Virginia Tech, Shelley Smith of Colorado State, and Texas Tech’s Brandon Carter, OTs Zane Beadles of Utah and Roger Saffold of Indiana, Arizona DT Earl Mitchell, safeties Darrell Stuckey of Kansas, Justin Woodall of Alabama, and Kam Cancellor of Virginia Tech, CB Devin Ross of Arizona and Bowling Green WR Freddie Barnes. Meanwhile, Western Illinois CB Patrick Stoudamire heads a solid small-school contingent which also includes QBs John Skelton of Fordham and Matt Nichols of Eastern Washington. Each team in the Shrine game has also traditionally included a player from Canada and this year‘s northern reps are C Matt Morencie from Windsor and Regina WR Jordan Sisco.
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