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#1 Mark Vader

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:13 AM

I know this game does not have the bigger names that the Senior Bowl has, but it is a game to keep an eye on.

EAST Roster
OFFENSE # Pos. Last name First name School H W 81 WR Amos Anthony Middle Tenn. St. 6' 185 60 OL Baca Jeff UCLA 6' 3" 295 74 OL Brenner Sam Utah 6' 4" 305 75 OL Brown Braden Brigham Young 6' 6" 300 19 K Brown Zach Portland State 6' 4" 210 4 WR Buckner Dan Arizona 6' 4" 211 1 WR Bumphis Chad Mississippi State 5' 11" 198 23 RB Burkhead Rex Nebraska 5' 11" 210 14 QB Carder Alex Western Michigan 6' 3" 225 8 WR Collins Jasper Mt. Union 5' 11" 190 6 WR Davis Keenan Iowa 6' 2" 215 7 QB Doege Seth Texas Tech 6' 1" 205 50 OL Fabien Kirby Calgary 6' 6" 305 88 TE Fauria Joseph UCLA 6' 7" 255 53 OL Ferentz James Iowa 6' 1" 288 67 OL Foketi Manase W.Texas A&M 6' 5" 325 66 OL Foltz Blaize TCU 6' 4" 315 12 WR Goard Tyrone E. Kentucky 6' 4" 196 72 OL Hawkinson Tanner Kansas 6' 5-1/2" 300 44 TE Kasa Nick Colorado 6' 6" 265 48 RB Line Zach S. Methodist 6' 1" 230 33 RB Michael Christine Texas A&M 5' 11" 220 68 OL O'Neill Dann W. Michigan 6' 8" 305 86 WR Riddick Theo Notre Dame 5' 11" 200 52 OL Robiskie Andrew W. Illinois 6' 2" 302 10 QB Scott Matt Arizona 6' 3" 208 84 TE Sudfeld Zach Nevada 6' 7" 255 56 OL Turnley Ryan Pittsburgh 6' 6" 313 25 RB Williams Kerwynn Utah State 5' 8-1/4" 191 DEFENSE # Pos. Last name First name School H W 15 SAF Addae Jahleel Central Michigan 5' 11" 200 97 DL Boyd Josh Mississippi State 6' 3" 300 73 DL Campbell William Michigan 6' 5" 310 16 SAF Davis Cody Texas Tech 6' 2" 205 54 LB Greer Steve Virginia 6' 2" 230 31 CB Hawthorne Terry Illinois 6' 1" 193 3 CB Hester Aaron UCLA 6' 2" 195 28 LB Holloman DeVonte S. Carolina 6' 2" 240 49 P Hubner Josh Arizona State 6' 4" 238 9 CB Hurst Demontre Oklahoma 5' 10" 183 18 CB Hyde Micah Iowa 6' 1" 190 11 SAF Johnson Keelan Arizona State 6' 1" 207 43 DL Johnson Travis San Jose State 6' 2" 245 47 LB Klein A.J. Iowa State 6' 2" 244 87 DL Lewis-Moore Kapron Notre Dame 6' 4" 306 94 DL Lohr Rob Vanderbilt 6' 4" 290 24 CB Malone Nigel Kansas State 5' 10" 180 20 SAF McDougald Bradley Kansas 6' 1" 210 26 SAF Motta Zeke Notre Dame 6' 3" 215 83 DL Pericak Will Colorado 6' 4" 295 13 LB Pough Keith Howard 6' 3" 238 22 CB Price Sheldon UCLA 6' 2" 180 89 DL Roh Craig Michigan 6' 5" 281 51 LB Rosette Albert Nevada 6' 2" 240 45 DL Schreibeis Caleb Montana State 6' 3" 252 29 SAF Thomas Shamarko Syracuse 5' 10" 208 96 DL Thurmond Brandon Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6' 2" 260 42 LB Williams Nathan Ohio State 6' 3" 249 5 SAF Williams Duke Nevada 6' 200 2 CB Wooten Khalid Nevada 5' 11" 200



Any thoughts on who to keep an eye on?

Edited by Mark Vader, 07 January 2013 - 02:46 AM.


#2 BRAWNDO

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:28 AM

Any QB or LB prospects

#3 Buffalo Barbarian

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:33 AM

you may want to edit that.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:37 AM

Oh. My. God.

Becky, please fix your quote tags...

#5 Mark Vader

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:42 AM

you may want to edit that.

I think you are right.

#6 Buffalo Barbarian

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:44 AM

I think you are right.


I think this is the first time some one ever admitted that, Im going to bookmark it now :D

#7 Mark Vader

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:49 AM

West Roster
OFFENSE # Pos. Last name First name School H W 81 WR Amos Anthony Middle Tenn. St. 6' 185 60 OL Baca Jeff UCLA 6' 3" 295 74 OL Brenner Sam Utah 6' 4" 305 75 OL Brown Braden Brigham Young 6' 6" 300 19 K Brown Zach Portland State 6' 4" 210 4 WR Buckner Dan Arizona 6' 4" 211 1 WR Bumphis Chad Mississippi State 5' 11" 198 23 RB Burkhead Rex Nebraska 5' 11" 210 14 QB Carder Alex Western Michigan 6' 3" 225 8 WR Collins Jasper Mt. Union 5' 11" 190 6 WR Davis Keenan Iowa 6' 2" 215 7 QB Doege Seth Texas Tech 6' 1" 205 50 OL Fabien Kirby Calgary 6' 6" 305 88 TE Fauria Joseph UCLA 6' 7" 255 53 OL Ferentz James Iowa 6' 1" 288 67 OL Foketi Manase W.Texas A&M 6' 5" 325 66 OL Foltz Blaize TCU 6' 4" 315 12 WR Goard Tyrone E. Kentucky 6' 4" 196 72 OL Hawkinson Tanner Kansas 6' 5-1/2" 300 44 TE Kasa Nick Colorado 6' 6" 265 48 RB Line Zach S. Methodist 6' 1" 230 33 RB Michael Christine Texas A&M 5' 11" 220 68 OL O'Neill Dann W. Michigan 6' 8" 305 86 WR Riddick Theo Notre Dame 5' 11" 200 52 OL Robiskie Andrew W. Illinois 6' 2" 302 10 QB Scott Matt Arizona 6' 3" 208 84 TE Sudfeld Zach Nevada 6' 7" 255 56 OL Turnley Ryan Pittsburgh 6' 6" 313 25 RB Williams Kerwynn Utah State 5' 8-1/4" 191 DEFENSE # Pos. Last name First name School H W 15 SAF Addae Jahleel Central Michigan 5' 11" 200 97 DL Boyd Josh Mississippi State 6' 3" 300 73 DL Campbell William Michigan 6' 5" 310 16 SAF Davis Cody Texas Tech 6' 2" 205 54 LB Greer Steve Virginia 6' 2" 230 31 CB Hawthorne Terry Illinois 6' 1" 193 3 CB Hester Aaron UCLA 6' 2" 195 28 LB Holloman DeVonte S. Carolina 6' 2" 240 49 P Hubner Josh Arizona State 6' 4" 238 9 CB Hurst Demontre Oklahoma 5' 10" 183 18 CB Hyde Micah Iowa 6' 1" 190 11 SAF Johnson Keelan Arizona State 6' 1" 207 43 DL Johnson Travis San Jose State 6' 2" 245 47 LB Klein A.J. Iowa State 6' 2" 244 87 DL Lewis-Moore Kapron Notre Dame 6' 4" 306 94 DL Lohr Rob Vanderbilt 6' 4" 290 24 CB Malone Nigel Kansas State 5' 10" 180 20 SAF McDougald Bradley Kansas 6' 1" 210 26 SAF Motta Zeke Notre Dame 6' 3" 215 83 DL Pericak Will Colorado 6' 4" 295 13 LB Pough Keith Howard 6' 3" 238 22 CB Price Sheldon UCLA 6' 2" 180 89 DL Roh Craig Michigan 6' 5" 281 51 LB Rosette Albert Nevada 6' 2" 240 45 DL Schreibeis Caleb Montana State 6' 3" 252 29 SAF Thomas Shamarko Syracuse 5' 10" 208 96 DL Thurmond Brandon Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6' 2" 260 42 LB Williams Nathan Ohio State 6' 3" 249 5 SAF Williams Duke Nevada 6' 200 2 CB Wooten Khalid Nevada 5' 11" 200

I think this is the first time some one ever admitted that, Im going to bookmark it now :D

Ok, so I had to divide both team's rosters in separate posts.

Sorry about the mess.

So, any thoughts?

#8 Buffalo Barbarian

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 03:52 AM

RB Burkhead Rex Nebraska 5' 11" 210
TE Fauria Joseph UCLA 6' 7" 255
TE Kasa Nick Colorado 6' 6" 265
RB Line Zach S. Methodist 6' 1" 230
QB Scott Matt Arizona 6' 3" 208
TE Sudfeld Zach Nevada 6' 7" 255
CB Hester Aaron UCLA 6' 2" 195
LB Holloman DeVonte S. Carolina 6' 2" 240
DL Johnson Travis San Jose State 6' 2" 245
LB Klein A.J. Iowa State 6' 2" 244
DL Roh Craig Michigan 6' 5" 281


this is a good start, plus there are always guys that standout that you don't know or expect, so just watch the guys that catch your eye and you'll be all set.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 05:37 AM

2 6-7 TE's, my god, what do they feed children these days?

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 05:55 AM

2 6-7 TE's, my god, what do they feed children these days?

Miracle Grow

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 07:46 AM

East:
Sam Barrington, MLB, USF. Not a great athlete but a MLB who can fill a gap. Good instincts, high energy.
Brandon McGhee CB, The U. Good size. He's grown leaps and bounds this year. He's a great athlete and a willing run defender. Could really blossom in the NFL.

West:
Steve Greer, MLB, Virginia. Doesn't look like much and not that great of an athlete but a pure football player. A thumper in the middle who is on on every tackle. Great instincts.
Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA. Enormous TE who isn't gong to give you much in terms of blocking but is a serious threat in the passing game. Every time UCLA needed to convert a 3rd down through the passing game they went to him. Great red zone target. Would help day one.

Otherwise, pretty unimpressive list unless I missed someone although I like the RBs but we're good in that front.

#12 Mark Vader

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 05:44 PM

RB Burkhead Rex Nebraska 5' 11" 210
TE Fauria Joseph UCLA 6' 7" 255
TE Kasa Nick Colorado 6' 6" 265
RB Line Zach S. Methodist 6' 1" 230
QB Scott Matt Arizona 6' 3" 208
TE Sudfeld Zach Nevada 6' 7" 255
CB Hester Aaron UCLA 6' 2" 195
LB Holloman DeVonte S. Carolina 6' 2" 240
DL Johnson Travis San Jose State 6' 2" 245
LB Klein A.J. Iowa State 6' 2" 244
DL Roh Craig Michigan 6' 5" 281


this is a good start, plus there are always guys that standout that you don't know or expect, so just watch the guys that catch your eye and you'll be all set.

Thanks BB. Fauria is probably the biggest name in this game.

As a Michigan fan I will be watching Craig Roh, I just wonder how he will be perceived. Because he is a good pass rusher, but just fair against the run.

I'm curious about Travis Johnson as well. His size is not ideal for a D-Lineman, but he does look like a good athlete.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 06:43 PM

In looking at some of these names---I thought the East-West game was for those players who didnt make a college bowl?

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 11:20 AM

Joe Fauria does have some NFL TE DNA in him. His Uncle is Christian Fauria.

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 11:41 AM

Sudfeld and Fauria at TE could be interesting prospects.
Burkhead reminds me of Fred doing it all. Michael is talented if he can stay healthy at RB.
Really want to see T.Goard at WR.
On defense, Josh Boyd could be a realistic mid round pick for DT depth for the Bills.
Pough and Holloman could be interesting LB or special team prospects.

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 06:08 PM

I have been keeping up wit hthe reports about the East-West Shrine Game practices. Everyone is raving about the RB from Pitt being the best player there and significantly improving his stock. I have also heard a couple things about Keith Pough, a linebacker from Howard. I am liking what I am reading so far. Here are a few clips from various sites:

Keith Pough, LB, Howard: The small-school linebacker has been one of the better defenders at the East-West Shrine game all week. Pough shows impressive mobility and fluidity in coverage you wouldn't expect from such a big linebacker.

01/18/13 - 2013 SHRINE GAME PRACTICE RISERS: 1. OLB Keith Pough, Howard (6016, 241 -- West Team)...With his performance on the practice field this week and through talking to NFL scouts, putting Pough at No. 1 was the easiest decision on this list. He showed off his natural athleticism and coordination during drills, and while he has room to get stronger, his aggressive and violent playing style was impressive. Pough's physical attributes stand out, but so does his approach to the game. He brings a non-stop motor and competitive attitude to the defense, regardless if it's practice or a game. Although he's still a tad rough around the edges, Pough is a player on the rise and it wouldn't be a shock if he ends up as one of the first players drafted from this year's Shrine Game. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com 01/15/13 - EAST WEST SHRINE GAME - MONDAY PRACTICE: The most talkative award goes to Howard outside linebacker Keith Pough (West Team), who was barking all practice - not only at himself but also his teammates. While some view this as a negative, the coaching staff of the West squad appeared to encourage it, loving the energy he was showing while pushing those around him.
Along with his gift for gab, Pough is also a very talented football player. He stood out during the linebacker drills as the best athlete of the group with excellent flexibility and agility for the position. Pough was the only linebacker during drills who didn't need reminding to "stay low" during blocking drills. He does have a few bad habits with lowering his head and keeping his eyes in the wrong place, but he is definitely a defensive prospect worth watching due to his athleticism and competitive nature. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 06:11 PM

I'm reading this, and the one question I keep thinking to myself is: how do you pronounce his name? Pug? Poe? Poo? Puff? Pow?

Edited by Ralonzo, 18 January 2013 - 06:12 PM.


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Posted 18 January 2013 - 06:15 PM

I was thinking Poe. But honestly have no idea.

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Posted 18 January 2013 - 09:07 PM

I'm reading this, and the one question I keep thinking to myself is: how do you pronounce his name? Pug? Poe? Poo? Puff? Pow?

Poof?

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Posted 19 January 2013 - 01:13 PM

The game is today at 4pm est/1pm pst on NFL Network.

The rosters have changed so here is the updated East roster:

OFFENSE

QB:
11 Colby Cameron Louisiana Tech
7 Collin Klein Kansas State
13 Nathan Stanley Southeastern Louisiana

RB:
12 Ray Graham Pittsburgh
18 Montel Harris Temple
2 Zac Stacy Vanderbilt

WR:
80 Emory Blake Auburn
15 Marcus Davis Virginia Tech
83 Corey Fuller Virginia Tech
88 Erik Highsmith North Carolina
85 Rodney Smith Florida State
8 Trent Steelman Army
86 Brandon Turner Navy

TE:
10 D.C. Jefferson Rutgers
44 Chris Pantale Boston College
97 Lucas Reed New Mexico

OL:
78 Terron Armstead Arkansas-Pine Bluff
64 Jordan Devey Memphis
76 R.J. Dill Rutgers
73 Garth Heikkinen Minnesota-Duluth
74 Mark Jackson Glenville State
55 T.J. Johnson South Carolina
58 Eric Kush California(PA)
59 Matt Sewell McMaster
72 Nick Speller Massachusetts
54 Matt Stankiewitch Penn State
70 Earl Watford James Madison

K:
17 Caleb Sturgis Florida


DEFENSE

DL:
91 David Bass Missouri Western State
77 Mike Catapano Princeton
93 Izaan Cross Georgia Tech
96 A.J. Francis Maryland
90 Anthony McCloud Florida State
98 Devin Taylor South Carolina
94 Scott Vallone Rutgers
92 Joe Vellano Maryland


LB:
36 Sam Barrington South Florida
52 Matt Evans New Hampshire
42 Gerald Hodges Penn State
4 Robert McCabe Georgetown
46 Nick Moody Florida State
3 Sio Moore Connecticut

CB:
29 Xavier Brewer Clemson
28 Josh Johnson Purdue
21 Brandon McGee Miami(FL)
7 Branden Smith Georgia
22 Rod Sweeting Georgia Tech
6 Kayvon Webster South Florida
23 Melvin White Louisiana-Lafayette
9 Trey Wilson Vanderbilt

S:
30 Brandan Bishop North Carolina State
24 Josh Evans Florida
31 Rashard Hall Clemson
26 Kejuan Riley Alabama State
1 Cooper Taylor Richmond
27 Earl Wolff North Carolina State

P:
14 Dylan Breeding Arkansas

Edited by Mark Vader, 19 January 2013 - 01:43 PM.