Dallas Cowboys 2014 Draft: A Scouting Guide for East-West Shrine Game

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Dallas Cowboys 2014 Draft: A Scouting Guide for East-West Shrine Game
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The Dallas Cowboys need help all over their roster, and the East-West Shrine Game is a great opportunity to uncover some potential mid- and late-round prospects who can give the 'Boys much-needed depth. Over the past two seasons, only 11 total players from the Shrine Game have gotten drafted in the first three rounds.

Still, the contest is an opportunity for scouts and entire organizations to uncover hidden gems who could turn into potential all-stars. The Cowboys have historically been adept at bringing in high-impact undrafted free agents, and many of their undrafted signings in 2014 will presumably be playing in this game.

Combing through Shrine Game practice reports and combining that information with scouting reports, stats and player measurables, here are the five most important players for the Cowboys to watch in the East-West Shrine Game.

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