Every year, the Shriners put on an all-star event to help feature NFL draft prospects to NFL clubs. The Shrine Bowl has played second fiddle to the Senior Bowl for its entire existence. Now entering its 97th game, the game has traditionally been played in St. Petersburg, Florida. However, for 2022, new director Eric Galko decided to step the game up a notch by moving the event to Las Vegas, Nevada, where the facilities will be better for players and NFL teams.
The Shrine Bowl in 2022 made some positive changes to its format compared to other all-star games. Rather than rostering players by region, the Shrine Bowl will roster players based on their projected NFL scheme. Offensive rosters will be broken up by personnel (an 11 personnel roster and a 12 personnel roster), and defenses will be broken up by front (a 4-3 roster and a 3-4 roster). The weigh-in event won’t be a public stage event as it has been traditionally this year either, players will be measured and weighed upon their arrival.
You can view the other all-star game rosters below: