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The yearly East-West Shrine game will be taking place this Saturday, at Noon Pacific Time in St. Petersburg, Florida. The game is a historic event and longest standing all-star game that allows the participants to showcase their talent to NFL scouts, coaches, and executives. The game will be broadcasted on NFL Network.

Below are the West Coast players participating in the games and what you should watch for as these talented players prepare for the next step in their football journey.

2019 East-West Shrine Game: West Coast Player Participation

Surprisingly, there are a few west coast players that are on the East roster. We won’t go into too much detail, but nonetheless, they are as follows:

Matt Gay, K – Utah – 6’0, 230

  • 45/45 XPM
  • 26/31 FGM

Sione Takitaki, LB – BYU – 6’2, 230

  • 13 Games Played
  • 75 Solo / 44 Ast / 119 Total Tackles
  • 4 Sacks
  • 3 Passes Defended
  • 1 Forced Fumble

Jacob Bobenmoyer, LS – Northern Colorado

Offense

Quarterbacks

Brett Rypien – Boise State – 6’2, 202

  • 2018 MWC Offensive Player of the Year
  • 4-year starter
  • Senior Stats
    • 13 Games Played
    • 67.3 Completion Percentage
    • 3,705 Yards
    • 30 Touchdowns
    • 7 Interceptions
    • 156.0 Rating

Marcus McMaryion – Fresno State – 6’2, 203

  • Transfer from Oregon State to Fresno State
  • 2-year starter at Fresno State
  • Senior Year Stats
    • 14 games played
    • 68.6 Completion Percentage
    • 3,629 Yards
    • 25 Touchdowns
    • 5 Interceptions
    • 157.0 Rating

Easton Stick – North Dakota State – 6’2, 221

  • Took Over QB Position After Carson Wentz
  • 3-Time NCAA DIV-1 FCS Champion
  • 4-Time Conference Champion
  • Senior Year Stats
    • 15 Games Played
    • 62.3 Completion Percentage
    • 2,752 Yards
    • 28 Touchdowns
    • 7 Interceptions
    • 677 Rushing Yards
    • 17 Rushing Touchdowns

Wide Receiver

Shawn Poindexter – Arizona – 6’5, 218

  • 12 Games Played
  • 42 Receptions
  • 759 Yards
  • 11 Touchdowns

KeeSean Johnson – Fresno State – 6’2, 199

  • 14 Games Played
  • 95 Receptions
  • 1,340 Yards
  • 8 Touchdowns

Ron’Quavion Tarver – Utah State – 6’3, 215

  • 13 Games Played
  • 66 Receptions
  • 709 Yards
  • 8 Touchdowns

Brody Oliver – Colorado School of Mines – 6’3, 210

  • 8 Games Played
  • 55 Receptions
  • 1,005 Yards
  • 125.6 Yards Per Game
  • 19 Touchdowns

Running Back

No West Coast RBs

Tight End

Kano Dillon – Oregon – 6’5, 256

  • Transfer From USF
  • 6 Games Played
  • 8 Receptions
  • 110 Yards
  • 2 Touchdowns

Offensive Line

OT Jackson Barton – Utah

OT Ryan Pope – San Diego State

OT Trey Pinkins – Sioux Falls

OC Jesse Burkett – Stanford

Special Teams

Place Kicker

John Baron II – San Diego State

  • 27/27 XPM
  • 17/22 FGM

Defense

Defensive Corners

No West Coast DBs

Safeties

Adarius Pickett – UCLA – 5’11, 198

  • 12 Games
  • 77 Solo / 46 Ast / 123 Total Tackles
  • 2 Interceptions
  • 4 Passes Defended
  • 1 Fumble Recovery

Andrew Wingard – Wyoming – 6’0, 214

  • 12 Games Played
  • 46 Solo / 41 Ast / 87 Total Tackles
  • 2 Interceptions
  • 1 Pass Defended

Evan Worthington – Colorado – 6’2, 201

  • 9 Games Played
  • 25 Solo / 16 Ast / 41 Total Tackles
  • 1 Interception
  • 4 Passes Defended

Linebacker

Drew Lewis – Colorado – 6’2, 225

  • 12 Games Played
  • 38 Solo / 22 Ast / 60 Total Tackles
  • 2 Sacks
  • 1 Interception
  • 4 Passes Defended

Cody Barton – Utah – 6’2, 230

  • 14 Games Played
  • 69 Solo / 48 Ast / 117 Total Tackles
  • 4 Sacks
  • 1 Interception
  • 6 Passes Defended
  • 1 Forced Fumble

Justin Hollins – Oregon – 6’5, 242

  • 13 Games Played
  • 38 Solo / 26 Ast / 64 Total Tackles
  • 6.5 Sacks
  • 1 Interception
  • 6 Passes Defended
  • 5 Forced Fumbles
  • 1 Fumble Recovery

Defensive Line

No West Coast DLs

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