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2019 East-West Shrine Game: Game time, TV channel, prospects, more

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Which players could catch the Giants’ eye at the East-West Shrine Game today?

NCAA Football: Nicholls State at Kansas Amy Kontras-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Saturday New York Giants fans! After a layoff we have prospects for the 2019 NFL Draft playing football on a Satuday afternoon.

The East-West Shrine game is the lesser of the two “big” All-Star games which mark the start of Draft Season. The Senior Bowl (which will be played next week) garners most of the attention, but this week players who have flown under the radar or went to smaller schools get their chance to shine.

Every year there are players who were overlooked throughout the college season who use this game — and the week of practices — to begin to gather momentum before April’s draft. This year the big winner might be Kansas’ Daniel Wise [Prospect Profile] who dominated practice throughout the week, and was “unblockable” according to observers.

How to watch:

TV Channel: NFL Network

Time: 3 p.m.

Announcers: Andrew Siciliano (play-by-play), Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks (analysis from the field), Aditi Kinkhabwala (sideline reports)

Radio: Sirius XM NFL Channel 88

Prospects to watch:

Quarterback

Brett Rypien (Boise State)

Jordan Ta’amu (Ole Miss)

Offensive Line

Tyree St. Louis (OT, Miami) [Prospect Profile]

Juwann Bushell-Beatty (OT, Michigan)

Tyler Jones (OL, NC State) [Prospect Profile]

Udoh Olisaemeka (OT, Elon)

Wide Receiver

Terry Godwin (Georgia)

Jesper Horsted (Princeton)

Ryan Davis (Auburn)

Runningback

Ty Johnson (Maryland)

Devine Ozigbo (Nebraska)

Front Seven

Daniel Wise (DT, Kansas)

Daylon Mack (DT, Texas A&M)

Michael Dogbe (DT, Temple) [Prospect Profile]

Justin Hollins (EDGE, Oregon)

Ulysees Gilbert III (LB, Akron)

Khalil Hodge (LB, Buffalo)

Secondary

Donnie Lewis (CB, Tulane)

Derrick Baity (CB, Kentucky)

Michael Jackson (CB, Miami)

D’Cota Dixon (S, Wisconsin)