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***East-West Shrine Game Prospect Watch Thread

The Shrine game is this Saturday, Jan 23 at 12 PM PST on ESPN2.

Here are the Rosters:

East Roster

West Roster

And here is the blog on the practices on the National Football Post:

East-West Practices


OTC's Position-by-Position Prospect Watch


All of the prospects have been organized by position, with their height, weight, and the most recently verified 40 times. These take a while to compile, but here you go, folks. Enjoy the 2nd to last Prospect Watch Thread of the year.


East-West Shrine Game -- Saturday, January 23 at 3:00 PM EST (ESPN2)



East Prospects by Position:

QB John Skelton, Fordham, 6-5 244 4.88
QB Mike Kafka, Northwestern, 6-3 216 4.88
QB Daryll Clark, Penn State, 6-1 238 4.62

RB Andre Anderson, Tulane, 5-11 205 4.54
RB Andre Dixon, Connecticut, 6-0 200 4.59
RB Javarris James, Miami, 5-11 208 4.54

FB Richard Dickson, LSU, 6-3 245 4.78

TE Alejandro "Ali" Villanueva, Army, 6-9 277 4.82
TE Andrew Quarles, Penn State, 6-4 248 4.74
TE Nate Byham, Pittsburgh, 6-4 268 4.76

WR Freddie Barnes, Bowling Green, 6-0 212 4.56
WR Patrick Simonds, Colgate, 6-5 229 4.58
WR Blair White, Michigan State, 6-2 205 4.54
WR Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo, 6-0 190 4.57
WR Alric Arnett, West Virginia, 6-2 183 4.49

OC Jim Cordle, Ohio State, 6-4 297 5.12
OC A.J. Trump, Miami, 6-3 305 5.22
OC Matt Morencie, Windsor, 6-3 300 4.92

OT Rodger Saffold, Indiana, 6-5 312 5.23
OT Kevin Haslam, Rutgers, 6-5 304 5.27
OT Kyle Calloway, Iowa, 6-6 322 5.28
OT Chris Scott, Tennessee, 6-5 328 5.36
OT Ben Staggs, West Liberty, 6-3 278 5.15

OG Cord Howard, Georgia Tech, 6-4 317 5.38
OG Mitch Petrus, Arkansas, 6-3 315 5.09
OG Sergio Render, Virginia Tech, 6-3 318 5.26
OG Chris DeGeare, Wake Forest, 6-4 326 5.43
OG Thomas Austin, Clemson, 6-3 315 5.16

DE Rahim Alem, LSU, 6-3 260 4.79
DE Lindsey Witten, Connecticut, 6-5 248 4.73
DE Greg Hardy, Mississippi, 6-4 279 4.67
DE Willie Young, N.C. State, 6-5 251 4.84

DT Doug Worthington, Ohio State, 6-5 288 4.96
DT Mike Neal, Purdue, 6-3 298 4.96
DT Torell Troup, Central Florida, 6-3 310 5.28
DT Nate Collins, Virginia, 6-2 279 5.08

ILB Mike McLaughlin, Boston College, 6-0 246 4.82
ILB Jamar Chaney, Mississippi State, 6-1 240 4.64
ILB Ross Pospisil, Navy, 6-0 228 4.65
ILB Kion Wilson, South Florida, 6-0 232 4.74

OLB Kavell Conner, Clemson, 6-1 247 4.67
OLB Chris McCoy, Mid. Tennessee State, 6-3 251 4.84
OLB O'Brien Schofield, Wisconsin, 6-2 242 4.63

CB Chris Chancellor, Clemson, 5-9 171 4.48
CB Sherrick McManis, Northwestern, 5-11 189 4.48
CB Aaron Berry, Pittsburgh, 5-9 180 4.48
CB Stephan Virgil, Virginia Tech, 5-11 180 4.49
CB Patrick Stoudamire, Western Illinois, 5-10 207 4.49

FS Van Eskridge, East Carolina, 6-0 194 4.63
FS Kam Chancellor, Virginia Tech, 6-3 232 4.58

SS Justin Woodall, Alabama, 6-1 218 4.64
SS Darian Stewart, South Carolina, 5-11 216 4.60
SS Barry Church, Toledo, 6-2 217 4.56

K Josh Shene, Mississippi
P Jeremy Poone, Penn St.


West Prospects by Position:

QB Max Hall, BYU, 6-0 202 4.76
QB Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington, 6-2 220 4.84
QB Todd Reesing, Kansas, 5-10 188 4.84

RB Dimitri Nance, Arizona State, 5-10 224 4.56
RB Lonyae Miller, Fresno State, 5-11 220 4.52
RB Keith Toston, Oklahoma State, 6-0 214 4.57

FB Ryan Moya, UCLA, 6-1 233 4.68

TE Dennis Pitta, BYU, 6-4 245 4.73
TE Nathan Overbay, Eastern Washington, 6-5 262 4.86
TE Riar Geer, Colorado, 6-3 252 4.98

WR Seyi Ajirotutu, Fresno State, 6-3 211 4.56
WR Emmanuel Sanders, SMU, 5-11 182 4.47
WR Terrence Austin, UCLA, 5-11 172 4.47
WR Verran Tucker, California, 6-2 194 4.47
WR Kerry Meier, Kansas, 6-2 219 4.65
WR Jordan Sisco, Regina, 6-0 214 4.51
WR David Reed, Utah, 6-0 188 4.52

OC John Estes, Hawaii, 6-2 295 5.22
OC Kenny Alfred, Washington State, 6-2 286 5.24

OT Chris Marinelli, Stanford, 6-7 300 5.23
OT Marshall Newhouse, TCU, 6-3 326 5.06
OT Mike Tepper, California, 6-5 325 5.37
OT Cole Pemberton, Colorado State, 6-7 318 5.29

OG Shelley Smith, Colorado State, 6-3 301 5.22
OG Reggie Stephens, Iowa State, 6-3 322 5.46
OG Michael Shumard, Texas A&M, 6-4 304 5.12
OG Brandon Carter, Texas Tech, 6-6 326 5.42

DE Jan Jorgensen, BYU, 6-2 260 4.79
DE Jeffery Fitzgerald, Kansas State, 6-4 271 4.92
DE James Ruffin, Northern Iowa, 6-3 266 4.87
DE Daniel Te'o Nesheim, 6-3 250 4.82

DT Ekom Udofia, Stanford, 6-1 326 5.18
DT Earl Mitchell, Arizona, 6-1 289 4.94
DT Jaron Baston, Missouri, 6-0 309 5.08
DT Martin Tevaseu, UNLV, 6-1 329 5.41

ILB Joe Pawelek, Baylor, 6-2 237 4.83
ILB Reggie Carter, UCLA, 6-0 238 4.73

OLB Dexter Davis, Arizona State, 6-1 244 4.78
OLB Keaton Kristick, Oregon State, 6-3 226 4.74
OLB Stevenson Sylvester, Utah, 6-2 225 4.73
OLB Jason Beauchamp, UNLV, 6-3 243 4.73

CB Jamar Wall, Texas Tech, 5-10 204 4.52
CB Alterraun Verner, UCLA, 5-10 181 4.52
CB Devin Ross, Arizona, 5-10 184 4.43
CB Brian Jackson, Oklahoma, 6-0 203 4.54

FS TJ Ward, Oregon, 5-10 199 4.56
FS Robert Johnson, Utah, 6-2 197 4.52

SS Darrell Stuckey, Kansas, 6-0 207 4.50
SS Klint Kubiak, Colorado State, 6-1 204 4.62
SS Chris Thomas, Air Force, 5-10 207 4.58

K Hunter Lawrence, Texas
P Robert Malone, Fresno State

[ Edited by KezarLivin on Jan 22, 2010 at 09:38:21 ]
Keep an eye on tackle Chris Scott. He could be a good player for us to pick from the 3rd round on.
Chris Chancellor Cornerback Clemson University
Sherrick McManis Cornerback Northwestern University
Kam Chancellor Free Safety Virginia Tech
Darrell Stuckey Strong Safety University of Kansas
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Robert Johnson

Greg Hardy

TJ Ward

Dexter Davis

Todd Reesing
EAST
Mitch Petrus, OG
Kyle Calloway, OT
Greg Hardy, DE/OLB
Barry Church, SS
O'Brian Schofield, DE/OLB
Kam Chancellor, FS
Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, CB/RS (Is he injured?)


WEST
Chris Marinelli, OT
Brandon Carter, OG
Darrell Stuckey, SS
Kyle Calloway
Greg Hardy
O'Brien Schoefield
TJ Ward
If people are wondering why they should give d*mn about this game, Dashon Goldson was discovered by Singletary here.

On a related note, I remember watching a WR from Utah absolutely dominate in this game. I kept saying to myself that little WR is out jumping bigger corners. That player was Panthers WR Steve Smith.

Anyways, the real competition like in the Senior Bowl, happens in practice week.

Here' a link to Draftguys practice reports: Link

Also ESPN's Todd McShay is reporting too but I don't have ESPN insider.
From multiple reports:

Word is that Indiana OT Roger Saffold has been dominant in practice, and easily defeated Greg Hardy in one-on-one matchups.

Iowa OT Kyle Calloway has also been looking sharp.
Originally posted by KezarLivin:
The Shrine game is this Saturday, Jan 23 at 12 PM PST on ESPN2.

Here are the Rosters:

East Roster

West Roster

And here is the blog on the practices on the National Football Post:

East-West Practices

Who will you be watching for?

Kez, I see that this is noted as the Pre-Game Thread. I can get to working on a "Prospect Watch" thread right away and organize each teams roster by position with, of course, every players measurables, etc.
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Originally posted by MadDog49er:
From multiple reports:

Word is that Indiana OT Roger Saffold has been dominant in practice, and easily defeated Greg Hardy in one-on-one matchups.

Iowa OT Kyle Calloway has also been looking sharp.

Calloway is my sleeper in the draft for the RT position. I think he could be a long-term starter in this league.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
From multiple reports:

Word is that Indiana OT Roger Saffold has been dominant in practice, and easily defeated Greg Hardy in one-on-one matchups.

Iowa OT Kyle Calloway has also been looking sharp.

Not surprised. I like Saffold. A very coachable guy, too. I think he's easily one of the most underrated players in the draft just because he's a Hoosier.
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
From multiple reports:

Word is that Indiana OT Roger Saffold has been dominant in practice, and easily defeated Greg Hardy in one-on-one matchups.

Iowa OT Kyle Calloway has also been looking sharp.

I like Calloway but doesn't he project better as a guard in the pros?


Emmanuel Sanders!
Originally posted by jreff22:
Chris Chancellor Cornerback Clemson University
Sherrick McManis Cornerback Northwestern University
Kam Chancellor Free Safety Virginia Tech

Darrell Stuckey Strong Safety University of Kansas

I really like both of these guys
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by KezarLivin:
The Shrine game is this Saturday, Jan 23 at 12 PM PST on ESPN2.

Here are the Rosters:

East Roster

West Roster

And here is the blog on the practices on the National Football Post:

East-West Practices

Who will you be watching for?

Kez, I see that this is noted as the Pre-Game Thread. I can get to working on a "Prospect Watch" thread right away and organize each teams roster by position with, of course, every players measurables, etc.

Good thinking. I changed the thread just to keep things clean. Look forward to your insight!