The 2020 NFL Draft will feature plenty of risers, fallers and sleepers and some of those prospects emerge at the East-West Shrine Game. With that game over, let’s take a look at some of the Shrine Game winners and losers. They include prospects from Michigan, Ohio State, Nebraska and more as we hear the NFL Draft rumors start to grow.
The 2020 NFL Draft process is underway with postseason All-Star games. The NFLPA Bowl and the East-West Shrine Game have been played already, with the Senior Bowl coming up soon. So which prospects are helping and hurting their stock. Most of the players in these games and practices are Day 3 prospects, but there are still plenty worth discussing.
Two of the top NFL Draft prospects at the 2020 Shrine game were actually running backs. Benny LeMay and James Robinson both impressed, opening the possibility they could get the call-up to the Senior Bowl. Adrian Killins of UCF is undersized, but flashed in the game. As did QB James Morgan of FIU, the top QB at the Shrine game this year.
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Michigan and Ohio State will once again have several prospects drafted, and Binjimen Victor + Michael Onwenu both impressed this week. On defense, another Big Ten player in Khalil Davis showed upside.
Here’s the full breakdown of the winners:
- James Morgan (QB, Florida International)
- Benny LeMay (RB, Charlotte)
- James Robinson (RB, Illinois State)
- Adrian Killins Jr. (RB, UCF)
- Binjimen Victor (WR, Ohio State)
- Michael Onwenu (IOL, Michigan)
- Alex Highsmith (EDGE, Charlotte)
- Khalil Davis (DL, Nebraska)
- McTelvin Agim (DL, Arkansas)
- Jeremiah Dinson (DB, Auburn)
And the main loser was Mason Fine (QB, North Texas), due to his poor weigh-in numbers.Back to the NFL Newsfeed