Sporting News draft writer looks at some Impressive Performers at East-West Shrine Ga

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    Draft Dish: Enderle shows off his skills
    Matt Littlefield SN Icon Sporting News
    .ORLANDO, Fla. — The players at the East West Shrine Game, after weathering the storms, finally got on the practice field Tuesday and several were quite impressive to the collection of NFL scouts, personnel men and coaches.

    Michigan State TE Charles Gantt. He was the best blocker of all the tight ends. He showed good hands, knee bend and hips to seal off the edge. He had one pass thrown to him, but it was broken up by the defender. He allowed the ball to get too close to his body, instead of catching it in his hands out away from his chest.

    Idaho QB Nathan Enderle passed for 3,314 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior. (AP Photo) EAST
    Richmond CB Justin Rogers. He showed good reaction time and acceleration closing on passes. He flipped his hips well to turn and run with receivers. He was the best player in seven-on-seven drills. He sinks his hips well and reacts quickly, but he seems to lack good recovery speed in press coverage.

    Delaware QB Patrick Devlin. He has great size and mechanics, but he consistently stared down his primary receiver and was inaccurate to all levels throughout practice. He threw late for an interception during team drills. He has only average lateral quickness within the pocket. He lacks the athleticism to make plays with his feet.


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