There are plenty of dates to circle on the calendar as the Baltimore Ravens prepare for the 2014 NFL draft. One of those events is the East-West Shrine Game, which features a talented class of seniors who are trying to realize their NFL dreams. The Shrine Game doesn't grab the same kind of attention as the Senior Bowl, but the Ravens front office takes its scouting very seriously.
The Shrine game is such a gold mine of prospect evaluation that general manager Ozzie Newsome and assistant GM Eric DeCosta were at the practices. All teams send scouts to the event, but very few send such high-profile members of the organization.
So while they were attending practices and watching drills, who were some of the players they should have been watching? That's what we're here to find out.
Here are some of the key prospects from the event who have impressed in practice. Keep an eye on these players during the game—they may end up in Baltimore.