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Five Prospects To Watch In The East-West Shrine Game

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After being suspended for the Rose Bowl, Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough will play his last game as a collegian in the East-West Shrine Game. Photo by Mark Cunningham/Getty Images.
After being suspended for the Rose Bowl, Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough will play his last game as a collegian in the East-West Shrine Game. Photo by Mark Cunningham/Getty Images.

The East-West Shrine Game gives talented draft prospects the opportunity to stand out in an all-star environment, whether they've been overlooked all season or they have some momentum following the bowl season. The game is also important for players from small schools who can prove they are draftable players by performing against prospects from the big schools.

There are plenty of guys in this game we've been watching all year, and there are some guys who will make plays and come out of nowhere in an effort to win over NFL scouts.

Here are five players to watch, because I think these guys are great prospects who deserve a closer look.