East-West Shrine Game 2013: NFL Prospects Who Improved Draft Stock

January 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The East-West Shrine Game isn’t as prestigious as the Senior Bowl, but some high-level NFL prospects got the chance to improve their draft stock with solid performances.
Several hit the ground running and made every effort to take advantage of their opportunity.
No one did it better than South Carolina defensive end Devin Taylor. The big man was a terror in the backfield, and he was constantly being singled out for his impressive skill set.
Take a look at why Taylor and these other prospects solidified or improved their draft stock after their East-West Shrine Game performance. 
Chad Bumphis, WR, Mississippi State
Bumphis is coming off of a career year for the Bulldogs, and he continued that success in St. Petersburg by leading all receivers with four catches and 92 yards. That includes a big 54-yard touchdown connection with quarterback Matt Scott.
He made several big plays, fighting defenders and hauling in contended passes. The bi...

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