Ranking the Shine Game Rosters by Position: Offense

2013 East-West Shrine Game NFL Draft


  1. Matt Scott, Arizona
  2. Nathan Stanley, Southeastern Louisiana
  3. Colby Cameron, Louisiana Tech
  4. Alex Carder, Western MIchigan
  5. Collin Klein, Kansas State
  6. Seth Doege, Texas Tech

Disappointing week for the quarterbacks, no one really distinguished themselves, and most were fairly disappointing.

Running Backs:

  1. Ray Graham, Pitt
  2. Zac Stacy, Vanderbilt
  3. Christine Michael, Texas A&M
  4. Zach Line, SMU
  5. Montel Harris, Temple
  6. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State

Strongest position group on either side of the ball, all six guys are draftable players, and many should go in the 3rd-5th round range. Being the 5th or 6th name on this list is by no means signaling that these guys had poor weeks. Everyone here graded out to the positive for the week.

Wide Receivers:

  1. Emory Blake, Auburn
  2. Corey Fuller, Virginia Tech
  3. Jasper Collins, Mount Union
  4. Keenan Davis, Iowa
  5. Erik Highsmith, UNC
  6. Anthony Amos, Middle Tennessee State
  7. Trent Steelman, Army
  8. Rodney Smith, Florida State
  9. Tyrone Goard, Eastern Kentucky
  10. Chad Bumphis, MIssissippi State
  11. Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech
  12. Brandon Turner, Navy

*Arizona’s Dan Buckner had to pull out due to injury

This group has a good amount of talent, though a couple of the bigger names (Rodney Smith and Marcus Davis) had disappointing weeks. A lot of smaller school guys stepped up this week and showed they are worth a look at the next level.

Tight Ends:

  1. D.C. Jefferson, Rutgers
  2. Chris Pantale, Boston College
  3. Lucas Reed, New Mexico
  4. Zach Sudfeld, Nevada
  5. Josh Hill, Idaho

The tight end group took a hit when Nick Kasa accepted a Senior Bowl invite and Joseph Fauria had to pull out due to injury. There are still a few interesting guys out here with nice big frames that could help a team out.

Offensive Linemen:

  1. Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
  2. Nick Speller, UMass
  3. Earl Watford, JMU
  4. Mark Jackson, Glenville State
  5. Blaize Foltz, TCU
  6. Jeff Baca, UCLA
  7. Ryan Turnley, Pitt
  8. T.J. Johnson, South Carolina
  9. Eric Kush, Cal (Pa)
  10. James Ferentz, Iowa
  11. Andrew Robiskie, Western Illiniois
  12. Matt Stankiewitch, Penn State
  13. R.J. Dill, Rutgers,
  14. Garth Heikkinen, Minnesota Duluth
  15. Matt Sewell, McMaster University
  16. Jordan Devey, Memphis
  17. Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas
  18. Sam Brenner, Utah
  19. Dannn O’Neill, Western Michigan
  20. Kirby Fabien, Calgary

-The Offensive line is a solid group, but really thins out as you get near the bottom. There isn’t that much draftable talent in this group, especially outside the top eight guys. Still you have a lot of small school guys who have some upside and potential, that just need to grow.


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