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Shrine Bowl 2023 Roster Commitments

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  • December 5, 2022
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Shrine Bowl 2023 Roster

Shrine Bowl 2023 Event Details:

DATE: Thursday, February 2, 2023
TIME: 8:00 p.m. ET
LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada
STADIUM:  Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders
TELEVISION: NFL Network

The East-West Shrine Bowl benefits Shriners Children’s and is a key part of NFL Pro Bowl week in Las Vegas. Some of the top college football players around the country participate in Shrine week ahead of the NFL draft in order to boost their draft stock. This year, Shrine will have full NFL coaching staffs coaching the players. Shriners Children’s is committed to reaching as many children as possible, wherever they may live, and offering them our unique, patient-centered, wrap-around care.

A ton of big-name players have already committed to the 2023 Shrine Bowl. You can bookmark this page and keep track below. Each player’s name is clickable to view their full scouting report.

Shrine Bowl Roster Commitments

Player Position School
LaDarius Henderson OG Arizona State
Zay Flowers WR Boston College
Jose Ramirez EDGE Eastern Michigan
Robert Beal Jr. EDGE Georgia
Charlie Thomas LB Georgia Tech
Jadakis Bonds WR Hampton
Gervarrius Owens SAF Houston
Kei’Trel Clark CB Louisville
Ben VanSumeren LB Michigan State
Aidan O’Connell QB Purdue
Payne Durham TE Purdue
Isaiah Land EDGE Florida A&M
Brenton Cox Jr. EDGE Florida
Dallas Daniels WR Jackson State
BJ Wilson OT Quincy
Cory Trice CB Purdue
Jadon Haselwood WR Arkansas
Caleb Murphy EDGE Ferris State
Kyle Soelle LB Arizona State
Xazavian Valladay RB Arizona State
Brodric Martin IDL Western Kentucky
Lance Boykin CB Coastal Carolina
Michael Turk P Oklahoma
Andre Szmyt K Syracuse
Nehemiah Shelton CB San Jose State
Tavion Thomas RB Utah
Nic Jones CB Ball State
Quinton Barrow OT Grand Valley State
Luke Schoonmaker TE Michigan
Viliami Fehoko EDGE San Jose State
Andre Jones EDGE Louisiana
Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu OT Oregon
Kilian Zierer OT Auburn
Connor Galvin OT Baylor
Jaxson Kirkland OT Washington
Deneric Prince RB Tulsa
Dante Stills IDL West Virginia
Ricky Stromberg OC Arkansas
Terell Smith CB Minnesota
Leonard Taylor TE Cincinnati
Blake Whiteheart TE Wake Forest
Henry Bainivalu OG Washington
Dalton Wagner OT Arkansas
Michael Jefferson WR Louisiana
Tyrus Wheat LB Mississippi State
Starling Thomas V CB UAB
Jacky Chen OT Pace
Justin Shorter WR Florida
Taron Vincent IDL Ohio State
Nesta Jade Silvera IDL Arizona State
Dorian Thompson-Robinson QB UCLA
Jerome Carvin IOL Tennessee
Taron Vincent IDL Ohio State
Bryce Ford-Wheaton WR West Virginia
Myles Brooks CB LA Tech
Cam Jones LB Indiana
Luke Haggard OT Indiana
Jerrod Clark IDL Coastal Carolina
Shaq Davis WR South Carolina State
Ji’Ayir Brown SAF Penn State
Jeremy Banks LB Tennessee
Atonio Mafi OG UCLA
Christian Young SAF Arizona
Keondre Coburn IDL Texas
Habakkuk Baldonado EDGE Pitt
Jaiden Woodbey SAF Boston College

 

More info on the game via the Shrine Bowl official website:

Since 1925, the East-West Shrine Bowl has benefited Shriners Children’s and its mission while showcasing the next generation of NFL legends. An invitation to take part in the annual East-West Shrine Bowl is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the best senior collegiate football all-stars in the country to showcase their talents in front of top representatives of NFL teams. A strong performance in the game greatly impacts a player’s chances of a career in the NFL. Many of professional football’s most recognized and decorated players, including Tom Brady, Walter Payton, Lawrence Taylor, John Elway, Gale Sayers and Jimmy Garoppolo, played in the East-West Shrine Bowl.

Shriners Children’s has a three-part mission has one goal: to change and improve lives. We do this by caring for our patients, conducting research to gain knowledge and develop new treatments, and providing educational opportunities for physicians and other healthcare professionals.

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