2019 All-East-West Shrine Game Team & Top 10

Miami Hurricanes defensive back Michael Jackson (28) looks to stop Clemson Tigers wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud (21) during the third quarter of the ACC championship game.Photo: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

The Top 10

  1. CB Michael Jackson, Miami – An aggressive, physical corner, Jackson was the name that most often popped up when asking wide outs in attendance who the toughest matchup was. NFL scouts view Jackson as a player who could play cornerback or safety at the next level. His performance may have earned him a Day 2 grade on draft boards.

  2. OT Oli Udoh, Elon – Teams looking for a developmental tackle prospect will give Udoh a hard, long look. His stout play during practice this week earned him an invite to the Senior Bowl. A four-year starter, Udoh is extremely strong and agile; nother strong week in Mobile, could push him into the top 100.

  3. SS Andrew Wingard, Wyoming – The self-proclaimed “psycho” on the field, Wingard plays with a reckless demeanor and projects as an in the box strong safety at the next level. The hard-nosed safety flies around the field and swarms to the football. There’s plenty of appeal surrounding Wingard, who could creep into Day 2 of the draft.

  4. WR DaMarkus Lodge, Mississippi – Many in the scouting community felt that Lodge was the best player at the event and cornerbacks definitely had their hands full trying to stick the sharp route runner. Lodge demonstrated underrated speed this week, the ability to stretch the field and is a very willing blocker.

  5. DT Daniel Wise, Kansas – The feisty Wise played like a caged lion this week, while flashing impressive strength and constantly bullying his opponents. While he’s a bit undersized, Wise possesses potential starter traits for the next level and could end up as an excellent mid-round steal.

  6. OLB Sione Takitaki, BYU – After a stellar bowl game performance (19 tackles), Takitaki carried that momentum over to the Shrine Game and earned himself an invitation to the Senior Bowl with his strong play throughout the week. The high-motor backer projects as a three down player at the next level and could serve as a mid-round value.

  7. OLB Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State – With a variety of pass-rush moves, Brailford demonstrates the ability to dip and rip, or utilize his strength and bull-rush. He lined up at defensive end, outside linebacker and inside linebacker for the Cowboys this past season. His versatility is an added bonus, as Brailford should hear his name called early Day 3.

  8. WR Terry Godwin, Georgia – His speed is electrifying, as Godwin was playing at a faster pace than everyone else on the field here in St. Petersburg. Somewhat under the radar entering the week, his overall play and ability to return kicks has solidified his draft stock as a likely Day 3 selection.

  9. CB Montre Hartage, Northwestern – A three-year starter with excellent size and length, Hartage has pesky hands that can be frustrating to opposing wide outs. He has been outstanding in both man and zone coverage and should hear his name called during the middle rounds.

  10. RB Ty Johnson, Maryland – An explosive runner, Johnson shows excellent vision and can hit the hole between the tackles but he also possesses the acceleration to cut it to the outside. A multi-purpose prospect who can also be a receiving threat and return weapon, Johnson is one of the best running back prospects no one is talking about.

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | 1st Team Offense

QB Brett Rypien, Boise State

RB Ty Johnson, Maryland

WR DaMarkus Lodge, Mississippi

WR Terry Godwin, Georgia

WR Keesean Johnson, Fresno State

TE Kendall Blanton, Missouri

OT Oli Udoh, Elon

OG Bunchy Stallings, Kentucky

C Lamont Gaillard, Georgia

OG Tyler Jones-Hall, North Carolina

OT Martez Ivey, Florida

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | 1st Team Defense

DE Jordan Brailford, Oklahoma State

DT Daniel Wise, Kansas

DT Michael Dogbe, Temple

DE Mike Carney, North Carolina

OLB Sione Takitaki, BYU

ILB Justin Hollins, Oregon

OLB Cole Holcomb, North Carolina

CB Michael Jackson, Miami

CB Montre Hartage, Northwestern

S Andrew Wingard, Wyoming

S Lukas Denis, Boston College

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | 2nd Team Offense

QB Jordan Ta’amu, Mississippi

RB Devine Ozigbo, Nebraska

WR Cody Thompson, Toledo

WR Jamal Custis, Syracuse

WR Ryan Davis, Auburn

TE C.J. Conrad, Kentucky

OT Ryan Pope, San Diego State

OG Juwann Bushell-Beatty, Michigan

C Nick Allegretti, Illinois

OG Joshua Miles, Morgan State

OT Jackson Barton, Utah

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | 2nd Team Defense

DE Landis Durham, Texas A&M

DT Kevin Wilkins, Rutgers

DT Michael Dogbe, Temple

DE Kyle Phillips, Tennessee

OLB Ulysees Gilbert III, Akron

ILB Cody Barton, Utah

OLB BJ Blunt, McNeese State

CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison

CB Derrick Baity Jr., Kentucky

S Saquan Hampton, Rutgers

S Evan Worthington, Colorado

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | 3rd Team Offense

QB David Blough, Purdue

RB Jordan Ellis, Virginia

WR Brody Oliver, Colorado School of Mines

WR Jonathan Duhart, Old Dominion

WR Shawn Poindexter, Arizona

TE Daniel Helm, Duke

OT Paul Adams, Missouri

OG Alex Bookser, Pittsburgh

C Alec Eberle, Florida State

OG Brian Wallace, Arkansas

OT Tyree St. Louis, Miami

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | 3rd Team Defense

DE Derick Roberson, Sam Houston State

DT Chris Slayton, Syracuse

DT Cortez Broughton, Cincinnati

DE Markus Jones, Angelo State

OLB Chris Peace, Virginia

ILB Tre Watson, Maryland

OLB Drew Lewis, Colorado

CB Rasdhad Fenton, South Carolina

CB Blace Brown, Troy

S D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin

S Zedric Woods, Mississippi

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | Honorable Mention Offense

QB Easton Stick, North Dakota State

RB Marquise Young, UMass

WR Jesper Horsted, Princeton

WR Xavier Ubosi, UAB

WR Ron'Quavion Tarver, Utah State

TE Andrew Beck, Texas

OT Justin Skule, Vanderbilt

OG Keaton Sutherland, Texas A&M

C John Keenoy, Western Michigan

OG Lanard Bonner, Arkansas State

OT Ethan Greenidge, Villanova

NFL Draft Scout 2019 All-East-West Shrine Game | Honorable Mention Defense

DE Chris Nelson, Texas

DT Armon Watts, Arkansas

DT Ricky Walker, Virginia Tech

DE Joel Van Pelt, Calgary

OLB Joe Dineen, Kansas

ILB Khalil Hodge, Buffalo

OLB Mathieu Betts, Laval

CB Isaiah Wharton, Rutgers

CB Donnie Lewis, Toledo

S Tyree Kinnel, Michigan

S Chris Johnson, North Alabama

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