2013 East–West Shrine Game

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2013 East–West Shrine Game
1 2 3 4 Total
East 0 3 7 3 13
West 7 14 0 7 28
Date January 19, 2013
Season 2012
Stadium Tropicana Field
Location St. Petersburg, Florida
MVP Chad Bumphis
Nigel Malone
United States TV coverage
Network NFL Network
East–West Shrine Game
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The 2013 East–West Shrine Game was the 88th staging of the all-star college football exhibition game featuring NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision players and a few select invitees from Canadian university football. The game featured over 100 players from the 2012 college football season, and prospects for the 2013 Draft of the professional National Football League (NFL). In the week prior to the game, scouts from all 32 NFL teams attended. The proceeds from the East-West Shrine Game benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children. Jerry Glanville and Leeman Bennett were named coaches on December 5, 2012.[1] The West defeated the East 28-13.[2]

Players[edit]

East Team[edit]

Offense[edit]

No. Name Position Height/Weight School
78 Terron Armstead OL 6-5/310 Arkansas-Pine Bluff
80 Blake Emory WR 6-2/195 Auburn
11 Cameron Colby QB 6-2/205 Louisiana Tech
15 Marcus Davis WR 6-4/225 Virginia Tech
64 Jordan Devey OL 6-6/305 Memphis
76 R.J. Dill OL 6-6/315 Rutgers
83 Corey Fuller WR 6-3/195 Virginia Tech
12 Ray Graham RB 5-10/190 Pittsburgh
18 Montel Harris RB 5-9/208 Temple
73 Garth Heikkinen OL 6-2 1/2/305 Minnesota Duluth
88 Erik Highsmith WR 6-3/195 North Carolina
74 Mark Jackson OL 6-6/330 Glenville State
10 D. C. Jefferson TE 6-6/250 Rutgers
55 T. J. Johnson OL 6-5/315 South Carolina
7 Collin Klein QB 6-5/226 Kansas State
58 Eric Kush OL 6-4/299 California (PA)
44 Chris Pantale TE 6-6/255 Boston College
97 Lucas Reed TE 6-6/255 New Mexico
19 Sean Renfree QB 6-4/225 Duke
59 Matt Sewell OL 6-8/345 McMaster (Canada)
85 Rodney Smith WR 6-6/219 Florida State
72 Nick Speller OL 6-5/290 Massachusetts
2 Zac Stacy RB 5-9/214 Vanderbilt
54 Matt Stankiewitch OL 6-3/303 Penn State
13 Nathan Stanley QB 6-5/215 Southeastern Louisiana
8 Trent Steelman WR 6-0/210 Army
86 Brandon Turner WR 6-4/225 Navy
70 Earl Watford OL 6-4/295 James Madison

Defense[edit]

No. Name Position HT/WT School
36 Sam Barrington LB 6-2/238 South Florida
91 David Bass DL 6-4/260 Missouri Western State
30 Brandan Bishop S 6-2/205 North Carolina State
29 Xavier Brewer CB 5-11/190 Clemson
77 Mike Catapano DL 6-4/270 Princeton
93 Izaan Cross DL 6-4/300 Georgia Tech
52 Matt Evans LB 6-0/230 New Hampshire
24 Josh Evans S 6-1/199 Florida
96 A. J. Francis DL 6-5/315 Maryland
31 Rashard Hall S 6-2/210 Clemson
42 Gerald Hodges LB 6-2/251 Penn State
28 Josh Johnson CB 5-11/195 Purdue
95 Cameron Meredith DL 6-4/260 Nebraska
4 Robert McCabe LB 6-2/234 Georgetown
90 Anthony McCloud DL 6-2/322 Florida State
34 Lerentee McCray LB 6-3/249 Florida
21 Brandon McGee CB 6-0/197 Miami (FL)
46 Nick Moody LB 6-2/237 Florida State
3 Sio Moore LB 6-2/229 Connecticut
26 Kejuan Riley S 6-1/208 Alabama State
7 Branden Smith CB 5-11/175 Georgia
22 Rod Sweeting CB 6-0/187 Georgia Tech
98 Devin Taylor DL 6-8/267 South Carolina
1 Cooper Taylor S 6-4/230 Richmond
94 Scott Vallone DL 6-3/275 Rutgers
92 Joe Vellano DL 6-2/295 Maryland
6 Kayvon Webster CB 5-11/196 South Florida
23 Melvin White CB 6-3/191 Louisiana Lafayette
9 Trey Wilson CB 5-11/190 Vanderbilt
27 Earl Wolff S 6-0/207 North Carolina State

Specialists[edit]

No. Name Position HT/WT School
17 Caleb Sturgis K 5-11/190 Florida
14 Dylan Breeding P 6-1/215 Arkansas

West Team[edit]

Offense[edit]

No. Name Position Height/Weight School
81 Anthony Amos WR 6-0/185 Middle Tennessee State
60 Jeff Baca OL 6-3/295 UCLA
74 Sam Brenner OL 6-4/295 Utah
75 Braden Brown OL 6-6/300 Brigham Young
4 Dan Buckner WR 6-4/211 Arizona
1 Chad Bumphis WR 5-11/198 Mississippi State
14 Alex Carder QB 6-3/225 Western Michigan
8 Jasper Collins WR 5-11/190 Mount Union
6 Keenan Davis WR 6-2/215 Iowa
7 Seth Doege QB 6-1/205 Texas Tech
50 Kirby Fabien OL 6-6/305 Calgary
88 Joseph Fauria TE 6-7/255 UCLA
53 James Ferentz OL 6-1/288 Iowa
67 Manase Foketi OL 6-5/235 West Texas A&M
66 Blaize Foltz OL 6-4/315 Texas Christian
12 Tyrone Goard WR 6-4/196 Eastern Kentucky
72 Tanner Hawkinson OL 6-5 1/2/300 Kansas
44 Nick Kasa TE 6-6/265 Colorado
48 Zach Line RB 6-1/230 SMU
33 Christine Michael RB 5-11/220 Texas A&M
68 Dann O'Neill OL 6-8/305 Western Michigan
86 Theo Riddick WR 5-11/200 Notre Dame
52 Andrew Robiskie OL 6-2/302 Western Illinois
10 Matt Scott QB 6-3/208 Arizona
84 Zach Sudfeld TE 6-7/255 Nevada
56 Ryan Turnley OL 6-6/313 Pittsburgh
25 Kerwynn Williams RB 5-8 1/4/191 Utah State

Defense[edit]

No. Name Position HT/WT School
15 Jahleel Addae S 5-11/200 Central Michigan
97 Josh Boyd DL 6-3/300 Mississippi State
73 William Campbell DL 6-5/310 Michigan
16 Cody Davis S 6-2/205 Texas Tech
54 Steve Greer LB 6-2/230 Virginia
31 Terry Hawthorne CB 6-1/193 Illinois
3 Aaron Hester CB 6-2/195 UCLA
28 DeVonte Holloman LB 6-2/240 South Carolina
95 Wes Horton DL 6-2/237 USC
9 Demontre Hurst CB 5-10/183 Oklahoma
18 Micah Hyde CB 6-1/190 Iowa
11 Keelan Johnson S 6-1/207 Arizona State
43 Travis Johnson DE 6-2/245 San Jose State
47 A. J. Klein LB 6-2/244 Iowa State
94 Rob Lohr DL 6-4/290 Vanderbilt
24 Nigel Malone CB 5-10/180 Kansas State
20 Bradley McDougald S 6-1/210 Kansas
26 Zeke Motta S 6-3/215 Notre Dame
83 Will Pericak DL 6-4/295 Colorado
13 Keith Pough LB 6-3/238 Howard
22 Sheldon Price CB 6-2/180 UCLA
89 Craig Roh DL 6-5/281 Michigan
51 Albert Rosette LB 6-2/240 Nevada
45 Caleb Schreibeis DL 6-3/252 Montana State
29 Shamarko Thomas S 5-10/208 Syracuse
96 Brandon Thurmond DL 6-2/260 Arkansas-Pine Bluff
42 Nathan Williams LB 6-3/249 Ohio State
5 Duke Williams S 6-0/200 Nevada
2 Khalid Wooten CB 5-11/200 Nevada

Specialists[edit]

No. Name Position HT/WT School
19 Zach Brown K 6-4/210 Portland State
49 Josh Hubner P 6-4/238 Arizona State

Game summary[edit]

Scoring summary[edit]

1st quarter scoring: WEST - Anthony Amos 3-yard run (Zach Brown kick)

2nd quarter scoring: EAST - Caleb Sturgis 48-yard field goal; WEST - Chad Bumphis 57-yard pass from Matt Scott (Brown kick); WEST - Nigel Malone 24-yard interception return (Brown kick)

3rd quarter scoring: EAST - Trent Steelman 7-yard run (Sturgis kick)

4th quarter scoring: WEST - Christine Michael 6-yard run (Brown kick); EAST - Sturgis 38-yard field goal

Statistics[edit]

Statistics East West
First Downs 11 18
Total offense, plays - yards 50-203 59-310
Rushes-yards (net) 26-108 36-104
Passing yards (net) 95 206
Passes, Comp-Att-Int 10-24-3 16-23-2
Time of Possession 23:56 36:04

2013 NFL Draft[edit]

Of the players that participated in the 2013 East–West Shrine Game, 35 were drafted during the 2013 NFL Draft. The highest player drafted that played in the game was Christine Michael who was selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the second round (62nd overall).

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