Check out the full rosters for the East-West Shrine Bowl (2024)

Jan 31, 2023 at 09:30 AM

Check out the full rosters for the East-West Shrine Bowl (1)

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East running back Isaih Pacheco, of Rutgers, (1) in action against the West during the East West Shrine Bowl football game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan)

While the NFL's best players will be together for the 2023 Prow Bowl, dozens of college prospects will be trying to make their case to begin their professional careers at the East-West Shrine Bowl.

Here's all the information you need to know ahead of the game:

DATE: Feb. 2

TIME: 8:30 ET

WHERE: Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas, Nevada)


East Team

Coaching Staff: Marquise Williams and the Atlanta Falcons

Table inside Article
Player School Position
Morgan Tanner Minnesota QB
Aiden O'Connell Purdue QB
Tim DeMorat Fordham QB
Jordan Mims Fresno State RB
Deneric Prince Tulsa RB
Derek Parish Houston FB
Tavion Thomas Utah RB
Jadon Haselwood Arkansas WR
Kearis Jackson Georgia WR
Nikkon Remigio Fresno State WR
Jalen Cropper Fresno State WR
Jacob Copeland Maryland WR
Antoine Green North Carolina WR
Shaquan Davis South Carolina State WR
AT Perry Wake Forest WR
Blake Whiteheart Wake Forest TE
Leonard Taylor Cincinnati TE
Daniel Barker Michigan State TE
Joel Wilson Central Michigan TE
Spencer Anderson Maryland OL
Juice Scruggs Penn State OL
Alex Palczewski Illinois OL
Chandler Zavala NC State OL
Luke Haggard Kansas OL
John Ojukwu Boise State OL
Jordan McFadden Clemson OL
Quinton Barrow Grand Valley OL
Trevor Reid Louisville OL
Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu Oregon OL
Jerome Carvin Tennessee OL
Carter Warren Pittsburgh OL
Jon Gaines UCLA OG
Joesph Ngata Clemson WR
Mitchell Tinsley Penn State WR
Viliami Fehoko San Jose State DL
Dante Stills West Virginia DL
Ikenna Enechukwu Rice DL
Ochaun Mathis Nebraska DL
Brodric Martin Western Kentucky DL
Kobie Turner Wake Forest DL
Moro Ojomo Texas DL
Keondre Coburn Texas DL
Yasir Abdullah Louisville EDGE
Caleb Murphy Ferris State EDGE
Robert Beal Jr. Georgia EDGE
Jose Ramirez Eastern Michigan EDGE
BJ Thompson Stephen F. Austin EDGE
Jeremy Banks Tennessee LB
Kyle Soelle Arizona State LB
Ben VanSumeren Michigan State LB
Anfernee Orji Vanderbilt LB
Amari Burney Florida LB
Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson TCU CB
D'Shawn Jamison Texas CB
Lance Boykin Coastal Carolina CB
Kei'Trel Clark Louisville CB
Mehki Garner LSU CB
Nehemiah Shelton San Jose State CB
Kahlef Hailassie Wester Kentucky CB
Gervarrius Owens Houston S
Bennett Williams Oregon S
AJ Finley Ole Miss S
Tyreque Jones Boise State S
Art Green Houston S
Andre Szmyt Syracuse K
Ethan Evans Wingate P
Matt Hembrough Oklahoma State LS
Arquon Bush Cincinnati CB
Austin Ajiake UNLV LB
Anthony Adams Portland State East CB

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West Team

Coaching Staff: Troy Brown and the New England Patriots coaching staff

Table inside Article
Player School Position
Dorian Thompson-Robinson UCLA QB
Tommy DeVito Illinois QB
Chase Brice Appalachian State QB
Kazmeir Allen UCLA RB
Mohamed Ibrahim Minnesota RB
Xazavian Valladay Arizona State RB
Travis Dye USC RB
Jack Colletto Oregon State FB/TE
Zay Flowers Boston College WR
Demario Douglas Liberty WR
Dallas Daniels Jackson State WR
Jake Bobo UCLA WR
Jadakis Bonds Hampton WR
Justin Shorter Florida WR
Bryce Ford-Wheaton West Virginia WR
Michael Jefferson Louisiana WR
Princeton Fant Tennessee TE
Travis Vokelek Nebraska TE
Luke Schoomaker Michigan TE
Thomas Greaney Albany TE
Jaxson Kirkland Washington OL
Ricky Stromberg Arkansas OL
Atonio Mafi UCLA OL
Jacky Chen Pace OL
Colby Sorsdal William & Mary Tribe OL
Henry Bainivalu Washington OL
Dalton Wagner Arkansas OL
Brent Laing Minnesota Duluth OL
Theo Benedet British Columbia OL
Mason Brooks Ole Miss OL
Connor Galvin Baylor OL
Kadeem Telfort UAB OL
Mark Evans II Arkansas Pine-Bluff OL
Charles McClelland Cincinnati RB
Chris Murray Oklahoma OC
Jerron Cage Ohio State DL
Desjuan Johnson Toledo DL
Devonnsha Maxwell UT-Chattanooga DL
PJ Mustipher Penn State DL
Taron Vincent Ohio State DL
Brenton Cox Jr. Florida EDGE
Titus Leo Wagner College EDGE
Andre Jones Louisiana EDGE
Habakkuk Baldonado Pittsburgh EDGE
Truman Jones Harvard EDGE
Jaiden Woodbey Boston College LB
Drake Thomas N.C. State LB
Isaiah Moore N.C. State LB
Shaka Heyward Duke LB
Mohamoud Diabate Utah LB
Charlie Thomas Georgia Tech LB
Jalen Graham Purdue LB
Tyrus Wheat Mississippi State LB
Jarrick Bernard-Converse LSU CB
Starling Thomas V UAB CB
Nic Jones Ball State CB
Eric Scott Jr. Southern Miss CB
Cameron Brown Ohio State CB
Jaylin Williams Indiana CB
Myles Brooks Louisiana Tech CB
Terell Smith Minnesota CB
Trey Dean III Florida S
Jordan Howden Minnesota S
Christian Izien Rutgers S
Christian Young Arizona S
Jake Moody Michigan K
Michael Turk Oklahoma P
Chris Stoll Penn State LS
Scott Matlock Boises State DT
Terry Hampton Arkansas DT

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Check out the full rosters for the East-West Shrine Bowl (2024)


What are the rosters for the East-West Shrine Bowl? ›

Who gets invited to the East-West Shrine Bowl? Full confirmed roster for 2024
  • Devin Leary, Kentucky.
  • John Rhys Plumlee, UCF.
  • Jack Plummer, Louisville.
  • Austin Reed, Western Kentucky.
  • Kedon Slovis, BYU.
  • Jordan Travis, Florida State.
Jan 30, 2024

What is the score of the East-West Shrine Bowl in 2024? ›

The 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl was played in Frisco, TX on Thursday night The West team won the 26-11.

How are players selected for East-West Shrine game? ›

The general divide used to assign players to the East or West team is the Mississippi River. However, exceptions are made to ensure that the best players are selected for the game, regardless of the location of their school. Players must be college seniors and currently eligible to play for their school.

Who plays in the East-West Shrine game? ›

Teams consist of players from colleges in the Eastern United States vs. the Western United States. Players must be college seniors who are eligible to play for their schools. The game and the practice sessions leading up to it attract dozens of scouts from professional teams.

What is the score of the Shrine Bowl? ›

Game Statistics
Game NoDateScore
97Feb 3, 2022West 25-24
95Jan 18, 2020East 31-27
94Jan 19, 2019West 21-17
93Jan 20, 2018West 14-10
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How old is the Shrine Bowl? ›

Since 1925, the East-West Shrine Bowl has benefited Shriners Children's and its mission while showcasing the next generation of NFL legends.

Who won the Senior Bowl in 2024? ›

Take a look at all the best highlights from the 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl where the National team defeated the American team 16-7.

What time is kickoff for the East-West Shrine Bowl? ›

The 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl will kick off at 7 p.m. CT on Thursday, Feb. 1. It will take place at the Ford Center, the Dallas Cowboys' practice facility in Frisco, Texas.

Where is the Shrine Bowl in 2025? ›

Kansas- The Kansas Shrine Bowl is headed back to Dodge City for the second time in 2025. The Kansas Shrine Bowl Board of Directors announced the 52nd Kansas Shrine Bowl presented by Mammoth will be played on Saturday, June 21st, 2025 at Memorial Stadium in Dodge City.

Where is the East-West Shrine Bowl? ›

Shriners Children's healthcare system announced that the 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl™ will be played at the Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas, on February 1, 2024. Recognized as the oldest college football all-star game in the country, 2024 marks the 99th edition of the East-West Shrine Bowl.

What date is the pro bowl 2024? ›

Who coaches the East-West Shrine Bowl? ›

Hightower honored, grateful to be selected as head coach for East-West Shrine Bowl. Bears special teams coordinator Richard Hightower is elated about being chosen to serve as head coach of the East team in the 99th East-West Shrine Bowl.

Is the Shrine Bowl or Senior Bowl better? ›

The Senior Bowl is the bigger game of the two as it has a strong tradition and, for the most part, gets the better roster.

Who are the Alabama players in the East-West Shrine game? ›

A handful of Alabama players participated in a couple of college all-star games this week — Jaylen Key and Trezmen Marshall at the East-West Shrine Bowl in Texas, and Chris Braswell, Justin Eboigbe, and Will Reichard at the Senior Bowl in Mobile.

What FSU players are in the East-West Bowl? ›

Jordan Travis, Jarrian Jones, Renardo Green, Fabien Lovett, and Kalen DeLoach accepted invites to the 2024 East-West Shrine Bowl. All four defensive players were vital components to FSU's success on defense, and all had been at FSU since at least the 2020 season.

How are players selected for the Kansas Shrine Bowl? ›

1) Only players on the nomination list accumulated by the Kansas Shrine Bowl Office from coaches' nominations will be eligible for selection. 2) Committee members must vote for 22 players (by position).

What is the difference between the East-West Shrine Bowl and the Senior Bowl? ›

Created by the Shriners in 1925, the East-West Shrine Bowl supports Shriners Hospitals for Children in its mission to help children in need of expert medical care. The Senior Bowl benefits various local and regional organizations.


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