2013 NFL Draft: Top 40 Prospects Playing in Saturday's All-Star Games

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2013 NFL Draft: Top 40 Prospects Playing in Saturday's All-Star Games
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Arizona quarterback Matt Scott is among the top prospects in Saturday's East-West Shrine Game.

There will be no shortage of 2013 NFL draft prospects to watch on Saturday. With not just one but three college football all-star games on the schedule this Saturday, scouts and fans alike will have the opportunity to watch many potential draft picks showcase their skills.

Headlining Saturday’s schedule is the East-West Shrine Game (4 p.m. ET, NFL Network), which is the well-established No. 2 pre-draft all-star game behind only the Senior Bowl. But while the Shrine Game garners and deserves the most attention Saturday, the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl (6 p.m. ET, ESPN2) and Raycom College Football All-Star Classic (2 p.m. ET, CBS Sports Network) showcase talented prospects of their own.

The Shrine Game features players at every position who will be drafted, but with players like Virginia Tech linebacker Bruce Taylor in the NFLPA Bowl and Maryland outside linebacker Kenny Tate in the Raycom Classic, all three games are worth watching.

The following slides break down the 40 best prospects to watch on Saturday. These prospects are ranked based on how they grade out on tape in terms of NFL readiness and potential, not necessarily the order in which they are expected to be drafted.

Note: UCLA tight end Joseph Fauria and West Texas A&M offensive tackle Manase Foketi were both left off the list after leaving the Shrine Game early due to injuries, according to the Shrine Game’s official Twitter (Fauria) and the Victorville Daily Press (Foketi).

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