EAST-WEST SHRINE PLAYER REVIEW
The 2011 version of the East-West Shrine game featured some dominant performances on the part of the East’s defensive line, as well as some fine play at the running back position. However, the level of talent at quarterback wasn’t up to par and no one wide receiver distinguished himself, as a result. Here are some random observations about the participants in the annual prospect showcase.
None of the quarterbacks managed to stand to stand out. Pat Devlin is the one who most closely resembled an NFL starter…but even he had his flaws. For one, he was off the mark on a number of his throws.
He placed it way high for tight end Greg Smith on a two-yard play-action toss that the target was able to haul in, but might have been able to gain more yardage