East-West Shrine Game 2014: Roster Breakdowns, Top Invites and Watch List

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East-West Shrine Game 2014: Roster Breakdowns, Top Invites and Watch List
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Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough and Michigan wide receiver Jeremy Gallon are among the players at this year's East-West Shrine Game.

More than 100 potential NFL draft selections are in St. Petersburg, Fla. this week to participate in the 89th East-West Shrine Game (Saturday, 4 p.m. ET, NFL Network).

With coaches, executives and scouts from all 32 NFL teams in attendance, each of those prospects will be looking to bolster their likelihood of hearing their name called from the stage at Radio City Music Hall in May.

While the cream of the crop among seniors in the 2014 draft class might be at the Senior Bowl next week, there is plenty of talent at the Shrine Game to make the trip to South Florida worthwhile for NFL teams.

From solid large-school talent to small-school sleepers, the prospects at the Shrine Game ranges from potential Day 2 draft picks or possible undrafted gems.

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