The Ultimate All-Star Game Preview

Well today its finally here, three games based in two states after one long and busy week will cultivate tonight when the East West Shrine Game, the Battle of Florida, and the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl will all kickoff. If you haven’t been following along this week then you’re in luck as we have tracked it all, linked it all, and have put it all together wrapped it up with one big bow for you right here.

The easiest place for us to start is of course with the rosters for each game. Below are the official rosters for today’s games:

East West Shrine Game

Battle of Florida

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

Now that you know who is playing in the game let’s look back at who was dominating this week in practice and is looking to capitalize on a big week;

Monday Notes and Reports

Tuesday Notes and Reports

Wednesday Notes and Reports

Thursday Notes and Reports

Finally our scouting director Matthew Elder did a preview of each game for the great guys over at Crystal Ball Run talking about what players are the most impressive, the most intriguing, the most unknown, who the most the lose, and who has the most to gain.

East West Shrine Game

Battle of Florida

NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

We will of course have full film room session reports up tomorrow for all three games, and will continue are in-depth and comprehensive coverage next week as the all-star fun moves to Mobile for the 2012 Senior Bowl.

Tags: 2012 NFL Draft, All-Star Games, Battle of Florida, East West Shrine Game, NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

One Response to “The Ultimate All-Star Game Preview”

  1. Tim says:

    2012 East-West Shrine Game: Tuesday’s East Team Practice Report:

    Here is a run down of some of the post-practice interviews between the player and a team that was spending some time talking to the prospect:

    Buffalo – Notre Dame cornerback R.J. Blanton

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