It's that time of year. NFL scouts are flying all over the country to watch prospects perform at various combines and events in preparation for the 2014 NFL draft.
One of the biggest draws for scouts, other than the official NFL Scouting Combine, is the East-West Shrine Game.
The East-West Shrine Game takes premier college players from across the country, assigns them to a team based on their school's geographical location, and holds practices and a scrimmage for NFL scouts and coaches.
The game allows some of the lesser-known college standouts to make a statement and show their skills. In fact, the St. Louis Rams were able to find quite a gem at the East-West Shrine Game a year ago—a young juggernaut back known as Zac Stacy.
If you decide to follow the game, here are several players who could be on St. Louis' radar.