East-West Shrine Game: 10 Players Who Improved Their NFL Draft Stock

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East-West Shrine Game: 10 Players Who Improved Their NFL Draft Stock
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The East-West Shrine Game is one of the last chances for college football's top seniors to make a positive and lasting impression on their future would-be NFL employers.

The week of practice leading up to the game, combined with the real thing, serves as a showcase for those seniors hoping to crack NFL teams' draft boards as we move closer and closer to the April 30 2011 NFL Draft.

The game splits college seniors between East and West, and this year the game was dominated by the East to the tune of 25-8, with the East all-stars putting on a defensive show as they harassed any and all West quarterbacks.

But of course the big question coming out of the East-West Shrine Game is, what players improved their NFL Draft stock the most? Yes it's only one game, but it's a high-profile one that pits some of the best talent heading into the draft against each other.

So some players are bound to have excelled given the circumstances, and those are the guys I'll discuss here. Check and see if you agree with the 10 guys I'm pinpointing as having had a successful East-West Shrine Game, or chime in with others whom you think merit discussion.

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