Friday, January 22, 2010

East – West Shrine Game Preview

The East-West Shrine game is start of the college football All-Star games and with the game on Saturday we want as some of the players that have helped and hurt themselves this week and who to watch for on Saturday in the game.


QB Daryll Clark, Penn State – Clark has had some problems with his accuracy this week, and needs to show big time improvement in the game. He is invited to the NFL Combine and might be able to bonus back there as well.

RB Andre Anderson, Tulane – One guy who I was interested in see how he we do this week because he is a guy who I thought would be invited to the NFL Combine and hasn’t been invite yet. He is a very good athlete, but he doesn’t have top end speed to be an elite back in the NFL, but should be a very productive player.

WR Blair White, Michigan State – He has been a very productive receiver for Michigan State the past two season and is a very good route running with good hands and has shown that this week in practice.

WR Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green – Barnes is one of the most productive college football players in history and runs good routes and catches the football but doesn’t have great speed. He has shown the ability to get open this week and catch the football.

TE Andrew Quarless, Penn State – Quarless is a tight end that is moving up teams draft boards and has shown good all around ability this week in Orlando.

OT Rodger Safford, Indiana – Safford is an under the radar left tackle prospect and has a good week of practice this week improving his stock.

DE Greg Hardy, Mississippi – Hardy need a good week of practice to raise back his stock from a injury hit senior season, and to all accounts has had a great week of practices and good raise his stock back even more with a dominating game.

DE/DT Doug Worthington, Ohio State – Worthington has impressed people with his overall strength, many fell he is a natural fit a 3-4 defense as a defensive end.

LB Kion Wilson, South Florida – Wilson doesn’t have great size, but has shown the ability to read the play and react quickly.

OLB O’Brien Schofield, Wisconsin – Schofield need to come into the week and show that he could rush the passer and he has done that, allowing 3-4 teams to look at him as an outside linebacker.


QB Max Hall, BYU – Hall is short at only around 6-0 but has been the best quarterback here, and teams fell he could be a back-up but doesn’t have a ton of upside.

RB Pat Paschall, North Dakota State – One of the small school players who have really impressed scouts in Orlando and is moving up teams draft boards.

WR Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State – Ajirotutu is having one of the best of all the wide receiver down in Orlando and has shown the ability to run very good routes and catch the football with his hands.

WR David Reed, Utah – Reed is some one that has been very consistent this week in practice and has shown the ability to be a very good receiver at the next level.

WR Verran Tucker, California - Tucker is a very put together wide receiver and he is someone to watch in this game as well as in the draft process as his stock start to rise.

DT Earl Mitchell, Arizona – Mitchell has shown the ability to a disruptor this week in practice and will fit nicely in a 4-3 defense as a penetrating defensive tackle.

OLB Stevenson Sylvester, Utah – Sylvester has look good against the run, but has lack cover skills against the pass and might have to move inside, he need a good game.

CB Devin Ross, Arizona – Some feel Ross has been the best player for the West defense, and is a good overall athlete and measured in at 5-10. He is a player that is rising on teams draft boards.

CB Alterraun Verner, UCLA – Verner has been inconsistent this week in practice having his good days and his bad days. He needs to show that he is the player in the good day of practices in the game.

CB Brian Jackson, Oklahoma – Jackson has great size measuring in at over 6-0 and weight 203 pounds and shown good but not great athleticism for a cornerback might be asked to play free safety in the NFL.

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