Linemen lead top Shrine prospects
Spotlight also will shine on quarterbacks facing big questions
The practice week leading up to the 86th annual East-West Shrine Game is ready to kick off, and approximately 100 NFL prospects are gearing up for a chance to prove themselves in front of NFL scouts.
Shrine week gives players a chance to receive NFL coaching and showcase their skills for all 32 NFL teams, and barring any late changes to the rosters, here are the players we'll be keeping an especially close eye on.
Which linemen lead the top prospects in the Shrine game? Who is the big-name quarterback who could be working out at another position this week? And what do a pair of running backs and a productive linebacker have to prove to scouts? ESPN Insiders get all the answers.
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2011 East-West Shrine Game
86th Annual East-West Shrine Game
Jan. 22, 4 p.m. ET
Florida Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla.