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Three Pokes Playing In East-West Shrine Game This Weekend

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The 2017 East-West Shrine Game is this Saturday in St. Petersburg, Florida, and three Oklahoma State players are participating. Cowboy back (tight end?) Blake Jarwin, offensive lineman Victor Salako and cornerback Ashton Lampkin will all be playing for the West squad in the game which will be televised on the NFL Network at 3 p.m.

Jarwin and Co. have been practicing in Florida as they try and show their stuff to NFL scouts and coaches during the week-long festivities.

This not one of the elite postseason games (Jordan Sterns actually dropped out because he was named to the Senior Bowl), but it can be a harbinger of things to come if you’re one of these players.

More than 90 players from last year’s game signed with professional teams this spring, and more than 70 made final NFL rosters. On average, more than 265 East-West Shrine Game alumni are on NFL rosters each year.

Here are the full rosters (Wes Lunt will be there!) Thanks to NJ.com for the assist and Kade Drummond for the ida.

East

Quarterbacks
Nick Mullens, Southern Miss
Cooper Rush, Central Michigan
Alek Torgersen, Pennsylvania
Will Worth, Navy (injured)

Running backs
Marcus Cox, Applachian State
I’Tavius Mathers, Middle Tennessee
De’Veon Smith, Michigan

Receivers
Quincy Adeboyejo, Mississippi
Antony Auclair, Laval (TE)
Stacey Coley, Miami
Gehrig Dieter, Alabama
Colin Jeter (TE), LSU
Scott Orndoff (TE), Pittsburgh
Eric Saubert (TE), Drake
Tony Stevens, Auburn
Kermit Whitfield, Florida State
DeAngelo Yancey, Purdue
Rodney Adams, South Florida (injured)
Kenny Golladay, Northern Illinois (injured)

Offensive linemen
Lucas Crowley (C), North Carolina
William Holden (OT), Vanderbilt
Dieugot Joseph (OT), Florida International
Kyle Kalis (G), Michigan
Alex Kozan (G), Auburn
Erik Magnuson (OT), Michigan
Jonathan McLaughlin (OT), Virginia Tech
Adam Pankey (G), West Virginia
Joey Scelfo (C), N.C. State
Dan Skipper (OT), Arkansas
Cameron Tom (C), Southern Miss
Kareem Are (G), Florida State (injured)

Defensive linemen
DeAngelo Brown (DT), Louisville
Jason Carr (DT), West Georgia
Bryan Cox (DE), Florida
Matthew Godin (DT), Michigan
Trey Hendrickson (DE), Florida Atlantic
Joey Ivie (DT), Florida
Ejuan Price (DE), Pittsburgh
Karter Schult (DE), Northern Iowa
Jarod “Chunky” Clements, Jr. (DT), Illinois (injured)

Linebackers
Richie Brown (ILB, Mississippi State
Austin Calitro (ILB), Villanova
Javancy Jones (OLB), Jackson State
Andrew King (ILB), Army
Marquel Lee (ILB), Wake Forest
James Onwualu (OLB), Notre Dame
Brooks Ellis (ILB), Arkansas (sick)

Defensive backs
Tony Bridges (CB), Ole Miss
Jamal Carter (S), Miami
Nate Hairston (CB), Temple
Lano Hill (S), Michigan
Jalen Myrick (CB), Minnesota
Anthony Fish Smithson (S), Kansas
Channing Stribling (CB), Michigan
Dymonte Thomas (S), Michigan
Jack Tocho (CB), North Carolina State
Damarius Travis (S), Minnesota
Brad Watson (CB), Wake Forest
Xavier Woods (S), Louisiana Tech
Jeremy Cutrer (CB), Middle Tennessee (injured)

Specialists
Eric Keena (P), North Texas
Nick Weiler (K), North Carolina

West

Quarterbacks
Gunner Kiel, Cincinnati
Wes Lunt, Illinois
Zach Terrell, Western Michigan

Running backs
Elijah McGuire, Louisiana-Lafayette
Dare Ogunbowale, Wisconsin
Joe Williams, Utah
Justin Davis, USC (injured)

Receivers
Billy Brown, Shepherd
Austin Carr, Northwestern
Trey Griffey, Arizona
Karel Hamilton, Samford
Blake Jarwin (TE), Oklahoma State
Gabe Marks, Washington State
Taylor McNamara (TE), USC
Michael Roberts (TE), Toledo
Jalen Robinette, Air Force
Jordan Westerkamp, Nebraska (injured)

Offensive linemen
Gavin Andrews (C), Oregon State
Erik Austell (OT), Charleston Southern
Avery Gennesy (OT), Texas A&M
Evan Goodman (OT), Arizona State
Geoff Gray, (G), Manitoba
Tobijah Hughley (C), Louisville
Zach Johnson (G), North Dakota State
Storm Norton (OT), Toledo
Chase Roullier (C), Wyoming
Victor Salako (OT), Oklahoma State
Sam Tevi (OT), Utah
Sean Harlow (OT), Oregon State (injured)

Defensive linemen
Josh Augusta (DT), Missouri
Hunter Dimick (DE), Utah
Darius England (DE), South Carolina
Ralph Green (DT), Indiana
Jerimiah Ledbetter (DE), Arkansas
Avery Moss (DE), Youngstown State
Stevie Tu’ikolovatu (DT), USC
Josh Tupou (DT), Colorado
Deatrich Wise, Jr. (DE), Arkansas
Treyvon Hester (DT), Toledo (injured)
B.J. Singleton (DT), Houston (injured)

Linebackers
Jimmie Gilbert (OLB), Colorado
Kevin Davis (ILB), Colorado State
Paul Magloire (OLB), Arizona
Calvin Munson (OLB), San Diego State
Hardy Nickerson, Jr. (ILB), Illinois
Kenneth Olugbode (ILB), Colorado
Steven Taylor (OLB), Houston (injured)

Defensive backs
Treston DeCoud (CB), Oregon State
Tyquwan Glass (CB), Fresno State
Randall Goforth (S), UCLA
Jadar Johnson (S), Clemson
Ashton Lampkin (CB), Oklahoma State
Leon McQuay III (S), USC
Fabian Moreau (CB), UCLA
Aarion Penton (CB), Missouri
Weston Steelhammer (S), Air Force
Orion Stewart (S), Baylor
Tedric Thompson (S), Colorado
Ahkello Witherspoon (CB), Colorado (injured)

Specialists
Austin Rehkow (P/K), Idaho

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