Posted January 18, 2013 on
On a field full of talented athletes, Keenan Davis believes he's managed to stand out. The Iowa wide receiver says he was well prepared for the week East-West Shrine Game activities and hopes he's made a good impression on the scouts and coaches watching.
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Allow me to indulge a wrestling reference here..... FIIIINNNNAAAAALLLYYYY..... the Iowa Hawkeyes are back on the Badgers schedule! Yep, that's right the Heartland Trophy can finally be hoisted once again as Iowa and Wisconsin will at least meet this season for sure. Who knows what 2014 will look like with the expansion and division alignment. Outside of playing the Gophers is...
The West roster lacked the same impressive, surprising players than the East did, but they still featured a handful of under-the-radar guys that likely will force teams to go back and watch more film. Names like Keith Pough, Khalid Wooten, and Caleb Schrebeis are the ones to learn, as well as which FBS players stepped up.
Check here for the players who moved up boards, who moved...
The East-West Shrine Game has proven to be the determining factor for small school prospects on draft day. Players last year such as Alfred Morris, Shaun Prater, and Jarius Wright have proven to be reliable players in the NFL, and all found their way through the East-West Shrine Game.The running backs in the East-West Shrine practices today focused on pass blocking. Utah State running...