The Senior Bowl may be the biggest college all-star game of the offseason, but the East-West Shrine Game still carries heavy importance in the evaluation process.
The Shrine Game focuses more on mid-to late-round picks. Whether these players come from smaller schools or are simply not as widely recognized as the premier prospects who attend the Senior Bowl, there are always a few gems in this game. After all, New York Jets stud defensive tackle Damon Harrison was a participant in this game in 2012.
Here are some prospects worth watching for the Jets during the East-West Shrine Game.