This the last chance for several players to show NFL scouts what they can do in actual game play as opposed to the upcoming drills and work-outs.
Being able to stand out during this game will do wonders for a player's draft stock. Since the talent of wide receivers is very deep this year, each and every one of them will need to step their game up if they want to truly be noticed.
Excelling in practice helps, but once it's game-time, everyone has to perform at a high level.
That being said, here are my top three wideouts for the 2012 East-West Shrine Game. The entire rosters for the East and West teams can be seen here.
B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State
The former Spartans wideout was a big force in college, and he's been gaining lots of attention this week.
Listed at 6'2", 227 pounds, Cunningham is a solid possession receiver with the physical attributes to thrive at the next level.
He had a super senior season with the Spartans, reeling in 79 receptions for 1,306 yards and 12 touchdowns.
By displaying his skills this weekend, Cunningham can definitely climb up the draft boards. He has to show he can get great separation from defensive backs to really wow the scouts.
Greg Childs, Arkansas
His numbers were down this year because he was coming off a devastating knee injury, but there's no denying his skills. The Razorbacks had a ton of depth at wide receiver this past season, which hindered Childs from being able to dominant like he did the year before.
In 2010, Childs was making big plays with Ryan Mallett as his quarterback. Listed at 6'3", 211 pounds, Childs has great size to make it in the NFL. All he needs to do is improve on the little things and he will be a star.
His big frame has room to add more weight, which is a good thing. By showcasing his physical skills, Childs will catch the eye of a lot of scouts. His height is a strong asset for him, as he separates him from many other wideouts.
Childs will have to make the most of each ball thrown his way during the game because if he doesn't, his draft stock will plummet. We've seen what he is capable of, but the problem is that it wasn't recent. A great performance in the East-West Shrine Game and his draft status will soar.
A.J. Jenkins, Illinois
Listed at 6'1", 190-pounds, Jenkins will have to add bulk for the NFL, but he still possesses the skills to succeed at the next level.
He was kind of lost during the college football season because of Illinois' second-half collapse. However, he reeled in 90 receptions for 1,276 yards and eight touchdowns.
Since his size is his downfall right now, showing his ability to dominate the deep routes is what must be done. Using his speed to sell himself to scouts is his best bet for the time being.
What's more, Jenkins also has exceptional hands, which is why he makes the top three of wideouts at the East-West Shrine Game.