Shrine Game 2016: Biggest Takeaways from This Year’s Game

January 24, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2016 East-West Shrine Game is in the books, and while it doesn't attract the same high-profile prospects as the Senior Bowl, a number of quality sleepers emerged from the week of practice and Saturday's game. 
Typically, Shrine Game participants are viewed as potential late-round prospects, such as Tom Brady, who landed in the sixth round in 2000. 
However, there are some Shrine Game prospects who can elevate their stock considerably and rise into the early rounds with a strong week. These prospects, such as 2006 second-round pick Greg Jennings, who played at Western Michigan, usually come from smaller schools and didn't receive the national attention other players at major programs were able to attract. 
Saturday's Shrine Game resulted in a 29-9 victory for the West, but it featured standout performances from prospects on both sides. 
Here's a look at three prospects who made the biggest impact on Saturday and should receive a boost to their...

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