2016 NFL Draft East-West Shrine Game Scouting Guide

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2016 NFL Draft East-West Shrine Game Scouting Guide
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There are four major events during the draft cycle: the East-West Shrine Game, the Senior Bowl, the combine and the NFL draft itself. On Saturday at 4 p.m. ET, the first domino of draft season falls.

Split into two teams, some of college football's best senior talent spent the week in St. Petersburg, Florida, preparing for the Shrine Game. They were visited by plenty of power players in the league, including a massive number of scouts from all 32 NFL franchises.

Now, this pool doesn't include any first-round picks, but there is a chance that a few of the prospects in the game push their way into the top 100. In general, this is the warm-up to the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, next week, but the Shrine Game is important when looking at Day 3 prospects.

Both casual fans and draftniks can appreciate watching seniors play their last college football game before they make their journey to the pros. To assist your experience of the game, we'll lay out everything you missed during the week's worth of practices.

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