The East-West Shrine game is one of the lesser postseason pre-draft events in terms of top flight talent, but there are a good number of players that wind up being mid to late round picks. Here are a few players you may want to keep an eye on in this game.
Knowing the Bills would like to add another big receiver per GM Buddy Nix, here are a couple of prospects that could wind up being mid to late round picks that you can watch when the East-West Shrine game airs on NFL Network Saturday at 4 pm.
#21 – WR B.J. Cunningham – 6′ 1 1/2″ 209 – Michigan St.
#82 – WR Junior Hemingway – 6’1″ 228 – Michigan
#85 – WR Greg Childs – 6’3″ 215 – Arkansas
#89 – WR Tyler Shoemaker – 6’1″ 214 – Boise St.
WR Jarius Wright out of Arkansas and WR Devon Wylie from Fresno State are also seen as possible late round to free agents prospects, but with slight frames and 5’9″ they don’t appear to fit the description of the type of wideout the Bills appear to be seeking.
Tags: 2012 NFL draft, East-West Shrine game
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