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Wayne Staats | | January 19, 2019

East-West Shrine Game 2019: Rosters, time, TV channel

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The 2019 East-West Shrine Game will feature NCAA college football players competing in an all-star game on Saturday, Jan. 19. Find the East and West rosters, game time and TV channel below.

Carolina Panthers defensive line coach Sam Mills II will coach the East. Minnesota Vikings linebackers coach Adam Zimmer will coach the West. The game has been played since 1925, benefitting Shriners Hospital for Children. Last year, West won 14-10.

East-West Shrine Game 2019: Time, TV channel

The game starts at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 19. The game can be watched on NFL Network. The game is being played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.

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East-West Shrine Game 2019: Rosters

East Roster

Number Position Player School
1 RB Jordan Ellis Virginia
2 SAF Delvon Randall Temple
4 WR Terry Godwin II Georgia
5 WR Ryan Davis Auburn
6 DC Derrick Baity, Jr. Kentucky
8 RB Marquis Young Massachusetts
9 WR Terry Wright Purdue
10 QB Jordan Ta'amu Ole Miss
11 QB David Blough Purdue
14 QB Tylor Cornelius Oklahoma State
15 DC Jimmy Moreland James Madison
17 WR Jamal Custis Syracuse
18 P AJ Cole III NC State
19 K Matthew Gay Utah
21 DC Tim Harris Virginia
23 SAF Lukas Denis Boston College
24 RB Ty Johnson Maryland
25 SAF Chris Johnson North Alabama
31 DC Isaiah Wharton Rutgers
33 RB Darnell Woolfolk Army
34 LB Malik Carney North Carolina
36 SAF Zedrick Woods Ole Miss
40 LB Khalil Hodge Buffalo
42 LB Sione Takitaki BYU
44 LB Tre Watson Maryland
45 LB Ulysees Gilbert III Akron
47 LS Jacob Bobenmoyer Northern Colorado
50 OC Sean Rawlings Ole Miss
51 LB Cole Holcomb North Carolina
53 OG Tyler Jones NC State
54 OC Alec Eberle Florida State
55 OC Lamont Gaillard Georgia
57 OT Olisaemeka Udoh Elon
58 OT Justin Skule Vanderbilt
65 OG Bunchy Stallings Kentucky
66 OG Joshua Miles Morgan State
67 OC Nick Allegretti Illinois
71 OT Ethan Greenidge Villanova
73 OT Martez Ivey Florida
78 OT Tyree St. Louis Miami
80 TE Daniel Helm Duke
81 TE Matthew Sokol Michigan State
84 WR Jesper Horsted Princeton
85 WR DaMarkus Lodge Ole Miss
87 TE Carson Meier Oklahoma
90 DL Michael Dogbe Temple
91 DL Jordan Brailford Oklahoma State
92 DL Kyle Lawrence Phillips Tennessee
95 DL Chris Slayton Syracuse
96 DL Cortez Broughton Cincinnati
97 DL Kevin Wilkins Rutgers
98 DL Ricky Walker Virginia Tech
99 DL Mathieu Betts Laval
DNS OG Fredrick Johnson Florida
INJ TE CJ Conrad Kentucky
INJ DC Keisean Nixon Sr. South Carolina
INJ SAF Saquan Hampton Rutgers
INJ DC Rashad Fenton South Carolina
INJ SAF Delvon Randall Temple
INJ DC Michael Jackson Sr. Miami

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West Roster

Number Position Player School
2 WR KeeShean Johnson CSU Fresno
3 WR Ron'quavion Tarver Utah State
4 QB Brett Rypien Boise State
5 RB Nick Broussette LSU
6 QB Marcus McMaryion CSU Fresno
8 DC Blace Brown Troy
9 WR Jon Duhart Old Dominion
11 TE Kendall Blanton Missouri
12 QB Easton Stick North Dakota State
13 DC Ka'dar Hollman Toledo
14 DC Mazzi Wilkins South Florida
15 K John Baron II San Diego State
18 LB BJ Blunt McNeese State
19 WR Shawn Poindexter Arizona
20 LB Drew Lewis Colorado
21 LB Cody Barton Utah
22 RB Devine Ozigbo Nebraska
23 DC Jordan Wyatt SMU
24 RB Darrin Hall Jr. Pitt
26 SAF Adarius Pickett UCLA
27 SAF Andrew Wingard Wyoming
29 LB Joe Dineen Kansas
31 DC Montre Hartage Northwestern
32 SAF Tyree Kinnel Michigan
43 DL Markus Jones Angelo State
46 DL Landis Durham Texas A&M
47 TE Andrew Beck Texas
48 LB Justin Hollins Oregon
49 DL Derick Roberson Sam Houston State
50 OC Nick Linder Indiana
51 LS Chris Wilkerson Stephen F. Austin
52 OC John Keenoy Western Michigan
57 OT Paul Adams Missouri
60 OT Brian Wallace Arkansas
66 OG Keaton Sutherland Texas A&M
70 OT Jackson Barton Utah
72 OG Lanard Bonner Arkansas State
74 OG Oshea Dugas Louisiana Tech
76 OG Juwann Bushell-Beatty Michigan
77 OT Ryan Pope San Diego State
78 OT Trey Pipkins Sioux Falls
80 WR Brody Oliver Colorado School of Mines
82 P Jack Fox Rice
90 DL Armon Watts Arkansas
95 DL Daylon Mack Texas A&M
96 DL Daniel Wise Kansas
97 DL Chris Nelson Texas
98 DL Joel Van Pelt Calgary
INJ RB Qadree Ollison Pitt
INJ OC Jesse Burkett Stanford
INJ OT Alex Bookser Pitt
INJ TE Kano Dillon Oregon
INJ WR Cody Thompson Toledo
INJ DC Jamal Peters Mississippi State
INJ DC Donnie Lewis, Jr. Tulane
INJ LB Chris Peace Virginia
INJ SAF D'Cota Dixon Wisconsin
INJ SAF Evan Worthington Colorado

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