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2014 East/West Shrine Game lands almost every player on an NFL roster


Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois – New England Patriots
Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois – Chicago Bears
Jeff Mathews, Cornell – Atlanta Falcons

Running backs
Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona – Arizona Cardinals
Rajion Neal, Tennessee – Green Bay Packers
LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State – Green Bay Packers

Alex Bayer (TE), Bowling Green – St. Louis Rams
Jeremy Gallon, Michigan – New England Patriots
Crockett Gillmore (TE), Colorado State – Baltimore Ravens
Matt Hazel, Coastal Carolina – Miami Dolphins
Allen Hurns, Miami (Fla.) – Jacksonville Jaguars
Blake Jackson (TE), Oklahoma State – Cleveland Browns
Ja’mes Logan, Mississippi – New England Patriots
Erik Lora, Eastern Illinois – Minnesota Vikings

Offensive linemen
Justin Britt (OT), Missouri (injured) – Seattle Seahawks
Kyle Bryant (OT), Youngstown State – Jacksonville Jaguars
Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff (OT), McGill (Canada) – Kansas City Chiefs
Chris Elkins (C), Youngstown State – Pittsburgh Steelers
Matt Feiler (OT), Bloomsburg – Houston Texans
Zach Fulton (G), Tennessee – Kansas City Chiefs
Matt Hall (OT), Belhaven (Miss.) – Minnesota Vikings
Donald Hawkins (OT), Texas – Philadelphia Eagles
Zac Kerin (C), Toledo – Minnesota Vikings
Antwan Lowery (G), Rutgers – Baltimore Ravens
James Stone (C), Tennessee – Atlanta Falcons
John Urschel (G), Penn State – Baltimore Ravens

Defensive linemen
Jason Bromley, Syracuse – New York Giants
Will Clarke, West Virginia – Cincinnati Bengals
Bruce Gaston, Purdue – Chicago Bears
Zachariah Kerr, Delaware – Indianapolis Colts
Demonte McAllister, Florida State – Seattle Seahawks
Garrison Smith, Georgia – Miami Dolphins
Ethan Westbrooks, West Texas A&M – St. Louis Rams
Kerry Wynn, Richmond – New York Giants

Xavius Boyd, Western Kentucky – Baltimore Ravens
Preston Brown, Louisville – Buffalo Bills
Glenn Carson, Penn State – Arizona Cardinals
Andrew Jackson, Western Kentucky – Indianapolis Colts
Derrell Johnson, East Carolina – Miami Dolphins
DeDe (Devekeyan) Lattimore, South Florida – Chicago Bears
Johnny Millard, Cal Poly – St. Louis Rams

Defensive backs
Ricardo Allen (CB), Purdue – Atlanta Falcons
Tre Boston (S), North Carolina – Carolina Panthers
Travis Carrie (CB), Ohio (injured) -Oakland Raiders
Ross Cockrell (CB), Duke – Buffalo Bills
Pierre Desir (CB), Lindenwood – Cleveland Browns
Phillip Gaines (CB), Rice – Kansas City Chiefs
Andre Hal (CB), Vanderbilt – Houston Texans
Nevin Lawson (CB), Utah State – Detroit Lions
A.J. Marshall (S), Wake Forest –
Hakeem Smith (S), Louisville – Tennessee Titans
Dezmen Southward (S), Wisconsin (injured) – Atlanta Falcons
Jemea Thomas (S), Georgia Tech – New England Patriots

Steven Clark (P), Auburn -Denver Broncos
Zach Hocker (K), Arkansas – Washington Redskins


Keith Price, Washington – Seattle Seahawks
Tommy Rees, Notre Dame – Washington Redskins
Keith Wenning, Ball State – Baltimore Ravens

Running backs
Brennan Clay, Oklahoma – Denver Broncos
Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston State – New Orleans Saints
Anthony LaCoste, Air Force
Ben Malena, Texas A&M – Dallas Cowboys

Ted Bolser (TE), Indiana – Washington Redskins
John Brown, Pittsburg State – Arizona Cardinals
Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska (injured) – New York Jets
Kaneakua Friel (TE), BYU –
Chandler Jones, San Jose State – Cleveland Browns
Seantavius Jones, Valdosta State – New Orleans Saints
TJ Jones, Notre Dame (injured) – Detroit Lions
Patrick Laird, Army – 
Jordan Najvar (TE), Baylor – Dallas Cowboys
Bernard Reedy, Toledo – Atlanta Falcons

Offensive linemen
Christopher Burnette (G), Georgia – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Dakota Dozier (G), Furman – New York Jets
Dillon Farrell (C), New Mexico – San Francisco 49ers
Kevin Graf (OT), Southern California – Philadelphia Eagles
Ryan Groy (G), Wisconsin – Chicago Bears
Gabe Ikard (C), Oklahoma – Tennessee Titans
Danny Kistler, Jr. (OT), Montana – Oakland Raiders
Charles Leno, Jr. (OT), Boise State – Chicago Bears
Jeremiah Sirles (OT), Nebraska – San Diego Chargers
Austin Wentworth (G), Frenso State – Minnesota Vikings
Khalil Wilkes (C), Stanford – 

Defensive linemen
Beau Allen, Wisconsin – Philadelphia Eagles
Justin Ellis, Louisiana Tech – Oakland Raiders
Evan Gil, Manitoba (Canada) – 
Derrick Hopkins, Virginia Tech – Baltimore Ravens
Cassius Marsh, UCLA – Seattle Seahawks
Josh Mauro, Stanford – Pittsburgh Steelers
Zach Moore, Concordia (injured) – New England Patriots
Chidera Uzo-Diribe, Colorado – New Orleans Saints
Larry Webster III, Bloomsburg – Detroit Lions

Shaquil Barrett, Colorado State – Denver Broncos
Max Bullough, Michigan State – Houston Texans
Nate Dreiling, Pittsburg State – Green Bay Packers
Devon Kennard, Southern California – New York Giants
Prince Shembo, Notre Dame – Atlanta Falcons
Tyler Starr, South Dakota – Atlanta Falcons

Defensive backs
Bene Benwikere (CB), San Jose State – Carolina Panthers
Carrington Byndom (CB), Texas – Carolina Panthers
Alden Darby (S), Arizona State – San Diego Chargers
E.J. Gaines (CB), Missouri – St. Louis Rams
Bennett Jackson (CB), Notre Dame – New York Giants
Daytawion Lowe (S), Oklahoma State – Philadelphia Eagles
Stephen Obeng-Agyapong (S), Penn State – 
Sean Parker (S), Washington – Washington Redskins
Rashaad Reynolds (CB), Oregon State – Jacksonville Jaguars
Shaquille Richardson (CB), Arizona – Pittsburgh Steelers
Daniel Sorensen (S), BYU – Kansas City Chiefs
Brock Vereen (S), Minnesota – Chicago Bears
Marcus Williams (CB), North Dakota State – Houston Texans

Anthony Fera (K), Texas – Miami Dolphins 
Richie Leone (P), Houston – Baltimore Ravens 

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