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:

Senior Bowl | NFLPA Collegiate Bowl | HBCU Legacy Bowl | Tropical Bowl | Hula Bowl | CGS | CGS Small College

Offensive Skill Positions

POSPlayerSchoolHTWTPlay StyleProjection
QBJack CoanNotre Dame6’3″223Traditional DropbackPFA
QBDustin CrumKent State6’1″207AthletePFA
QBD’Eriq KingMiami (FL)5’9″202AthletePFA
QBEJ PerryBrown6’1″200Modern DropbackPFA
QBBrock PurdyIowa State6’1″220Modern Dropback7th/PFA
QBSkylar ThompsonKansas State6’2″223Modern DropbackPFA
RBLeddie BrownWest Virginia5’11”210Downhill Bruiser7th/PFA
RBTy ChandlerNorth Carolina5’10”210Downhill Speedster7th/PFA
RBJashaun CorbinFlorida State6’0″221
RBTrestan EbnerBaylor5’10”208
RBIsaih PachecoRutgers5’10”215
RBPierre Strong JrSouth Dakota State5’11”205
RBZaQuandre WhiteSouth Carolina6’0″215
FBZander HorvathPurdue6’3″230
FBClint RatkovichNorthern Illinois6’1″228Receiver5th/7th Round
XWRTanner ConnerIdaho State6’3″233Big Slot7th/PFA
XWRTyquan ThorntonBaylor6’2″180
XWRDareke YoungLenoir-Rhyne6’1″214
ZWRStanley Berryhill IIIArizona5’10”190
ZWRTy FryfogleIndiana6’1″205
ZWRJaivon HeilighCoastal Carolina6’0″190
ZWRJosh JohnsonTulsa5’10”179
ZWRTay MartinOklahoma State6’0″183Blocking Receiver5th/7th Round
ZWRCharleston RamboMiami (FL)6’1″185
ZWRJaquarri RobersonWake Forest6’1″182
ZWRSamori ToureNebraska6’3″190
ZWRCalvin TurnerHawaii5’11”195
Slot WRJerreth SternsWKU5’9″195
TEDerrick Deese JrSan Jose State6’3″235Versatile Receiver4th/5th Round
TELucas KrullPittsburgh6’5″260
TENick MuseSouth Carolina6’4″249
TEChigoziem OkonkwoMaryland6’2″244
TEGerrit PrinceUAB6’4″240
TETeagan QuitorianoOregon State6’6″256
TEJelani WoodsVirginia6’6″265

Offensive Line

POSPlayerSchoolHTWTPlay StyleProjection
OTDevin CochranGeorgia Tech6’7″315
OTMyron CunninghamArkansas6’5″325
OTJean DelanceFlorida6’4″307
OTAustin DeculusLSU6’5″325
OTKellen DieschArizona State6’7″300
OTJaxson KirklandWashington6’7″310Pass Protector2nd/3rd Round
OTVederian LoweIllinois6’4″320
OTGeorge MooreOregon6’6″318
OTBam OlaseniUtah6’8″330
OTJack SnyderSan Jose State6’5″310
OTLuke TenutaVirginia Tech6’9″322
OTJaylon ThomasSMU6’3″326
OTCordell VolstonNorth Dakota State6’6″313
GBlaise AndriesMinnesota6’6″335
GJ’Atyre CarterSouthern6’4″305
GHayden HowertonSMU6’2″309
GCade MaysTennessee6’4″325
GXavier Newman-JohnsonBaylor6’1″315
CDawson DeatonTexas Tech6’5″310
CLuke FortnerKentucky6’4″300
CBrock HoffmanVirginia Tech6’3″310
CAlec LindstromBoston College6’3″298Pass Protector1st/2nd Round
CLuke WattenbergWashington6’3″300

Defensive Line

POSPlayerSchoolHTWTPlay StyleProjection
EDGERyder AndersonIndiana6’6″266
EDGEDavid AnenihHouston6’2″249
EDGEDeshaan DixonNorfolk State6’4″255
EDGETyree JohnsonTexas A&M6’2″240
EDGEMike TafuaUtah6’2″250
EDGEMyron Tagovailoa-AmosaNotre Dame6’2″268
EDGEIsaiah ThomasOklahoma6’4″266
DTMatthew ButlerTennessee6’3″295
DTNolan CockrillArmy6’3″290
DTMatt HenningsenWisconsin6’3″292
DTDeionte KnightWestern (Canada)6’4″275
DTLaBryan RayAlabama6’4″285
DTEyioma UwazurikeIowa State6’6″320
NTThomas BookerStanford6’3″309
NTDJ DavidsonArizona State6’5″325
NTNoah EllissIdaho6’4″347
NTNeil Farrell JrLSU6’4″325
NTTayland HumphreyLouisiana6’4″349
NTMarquan McCallKentucky6’3″379
RUSHBig Kat BryantUCF6’3″245
RUSHAli FayadWestern Michigan6’1″250
Off BallBaylon SpectorClemson6’1″235Versatile Ranger5th/7th Round
Off BallCarson WellsColorado6’4″245

Back-Seven

POSPlayerSchoolHTWTPlay StyleProjection
On BallDarien ButlerArizona State5’11”225
On BallDiego FagotNavy6’2″240Traditional DownhillPFA
On BallNate LandmanColorado6’2″230
On BallZakoby McClainAuburn6’0″219
On BallMicah McFaddenIndiana6’1″232
On BallJack SanbornWisconsin6’1″235
On BallNephi SewellUtah5’11”225
On BallTre WalkerIdaho6’1″235
CBDarrell BakerGeorgia Southern6’0″200
CBKalen BarnesBaylor5’11”186
CBMontaric BrownArkansas6’1″190
CBDamarcus FieldsTexas Tech5’11”200
CBDallis FlowersPittsburgh State6’1″191
CBNick GrantVirginia6’2″180
CBChase LucasArizona State5’11”185
CBKyler McMichaelNorth Carolina6’0″210
CBBrandon SebastianBoston College6’0″179
CBJa’Sir TaylorWake Forest5’11”185
CBJermaine WallerVirginia Tech6’0″174Mirror Man3rd/4th Round
CBBryce WattsUMass6’0″180
CBDamarion WilliamsHouston5’10”180
Slot CBDecobie DurantSouth Carolina State5’9″167
Slot CBShaun JollyAppalachian State5’8″180
Slot CBJack JonesArizona State5’11”175
Slot CBJermaine WallerVirginia Tech6’0″174
SMarkquese BellFlorida A&M6’2″205
SReed BlankenshipMTSU6’0″204Zone Coverage7th/PFA
SBubba BoldenMiami (FL)6’2″204
SPercy ButlerLouisiana6’0″191
SBrad HawkinsMichigan6’0″221
SElijah HicksCalifornia5’11”200
SKerby JosephIllinois6’0″200
SQuentin LakeUCLA6’1″205
SNolan TurnerClemson6’1″205Hybrid Ranger4th/5th Round

Special Teams

POSPlayerSchoolHTWTPlay StyleProjection
KParker WhiteSouth Carolina6’5″205
PTommy HeatherlyFIU5’11”210
PRyan StonehouseColorado State5’11”185
LSBilly TaylorRutgers6’1″220

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By John Vogel

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