NFL Draft Prospects at East-West Shrine Game the Broncos Should Have Interest

NFL Draft Prospects at East-West Shrine Game the Broncos Should Have InterestFor 10 years in a row, I have taken what I’ve dubbed the “all-star road trip.” Each year in January, I kick the draft season off by traveling to college all-star games in order to scout the incoming talent to the NFL.

First up on the travel schedule: the 2016 East-West Shrine Game in Tampa, Florida.

Since I’ve been going to this game, I’ve followed it from Houston to Orlando to Tampa for the past five years. I’ve seen some great players come out of this game, while others have made little to no impact at the pro level.
Split into two teams, some of college football's best senior talent spent the week in St. Petersburg, Florida preparing for the Shrine Game. They were visited by plenty of power players in the league, including a massive amount of scouts who represented all 32 NFL franchises.

Now there aren't first-round picks in this pool, but there is a chance that a few of the prospects in the game push their way into the top-100. In general, this is the warm up to the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama next week, but the Shrine Game is incredibly important when looking at Day 3 prospects.

Both casual fans and draftniks can appreciate watching seniors play their last college football game before they make their professional journey. To assist your experience of the game, we'll lay out everything you missed during the week's worth of practices
Donavon Clark is a big athlete, who doesn't let the little things bother him," Staten said in the school's all-star game press release. "He has the ability and skill set to play all five offensive line positions. Donavon should project as an interior guy in the NFL. He's also a great teammate. It didn't matter if you were a younger guy or an older guy, Donavon always greeted you with a smile and knew how to make you laugh."

Williamson was enjoying the most productive season of his career before suffering a torn biceps muscle against Purdue on Oct. 3 and missing the next eight games.

Co-defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett said the 6-foot, 216-pound Williamson improved throughout his career.