Cleveland Browns 2014 Draft: Scouting Guide for East-West Shrine Game

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Cleveland Browns 2014 Draft: Scouting Guide for East-West Shrine Game
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It’s scouting season for every team in the NFL, including the Cleveland Browns. While most scouts have their reports just about completed on the players who will be entering the draft, there are still a few opportunities for prospects to improve or hurt their stock. The first such opportunity is the East-West Shrine Game.

The East-West Shrine Game is the first collegiate all-star game of the offseason and boasts a long history of showcasing players for the next level. This game started in 1925 and claims to have had more than 100 players from last year’s game heading to training camp with professional football teams.

So what does this mean for you as a fan? It means this is the perfect opportunity to put your scout hat on.

Sure, you know about the guys who will be drafted in the first round, but what about round three? The East-West Shrine Game is the place to research your draft gems and stay sharp.

Here is the East-West Shrine Game scouting guide for Browns fans. Let’s go through some positions of need and see whom you should be watching during the game and how they fared during their week of practice.

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