January 19, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; West corner back Khalid Wooten of Nevada after the East-West Shrine Game at Tropicana Field. West won 28-13. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Griffith-USA TODAY Sports

2014 East-West Shrine Game rosters announced; NIU QB Jordan Lynch headlines for the East team

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On Saturday, the complete rosters for the 2014 East-West Shrine Game were announced.

The East-West Shrine Game is the longest-running college football all-star game to date, and is played inside the dome of Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg (Fla.).

This season, yet another group of fantastic young men setting their sights on the NFL will be among the participants, the most notable being Northern Illinois QB, and Heisman finalist, Jordan Lynch.

The East team will be coached by former Atlanta Falcons head coach Jerry Glanville, while the West will be manned by former Kansas City Chiefs head coach, Romeo Crennel.

Here’s a look at the complete rosters for the 2014 East-West Shrine Game.


Coach: Jerry Glanville

Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois
Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois
Jeff Mathews, Cornell

Running backs
Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona
Rajion Neal, Tennessee
LaDarius Perkins, Mississippi State

Alex Bayer (TE), Bowling Green
Jeremy Gallon, Michigan
Crockett Gillmore (TE), Colorado State
Matt Hazel, Coastal Carolina
Allen Hurns, WR, Miami (Fla.)
Blake Jackson (TE), Oklahoma State
Patrick Laird, Army
Ja’mes Logan, Mississippi
Erik Lora, Eastern Illinois

Offensive linemen
Justin Britt (OT), Missouri
Kyle Bryant (OT), Youngstown State
Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff (OT), McGill (Canada)
Chris Elkins (C), Youngstown State
Matt Feiler (OT), Bloomsburg
Zach Fulton (G), Tennessee
Matt Hall (OT), Belhaven (Miss.)
Zac Kerin (C), Toledo
Antwan Lowery (G), Rutgers
James Stone (C), Tennessee
John Urschel (G), Penn State

Defensive linemen
Jason Bromley, Syracuse
Will Clarke, West Virginia
Bruce Gaston, Purdue
Zachariah Kerr, Delaware
Demonte McAllister, Florida State
Garrison Smith, Georgia
Ethan Westbrooks, West Texas A&M
Kerry Wynn, Richmond

Xavius Boyd, Western Kentucky
Preston Brown, Louisville
Glenn Carson, Penn State
Andrew Jackson, Western Kentucky
Derrell Johnson, East Carolina
DeDe (Devekeyan) Lattimore, South Florida
Cody Peterson, Navy (injured)
Johnny Millard, Cal Poly

Defensive backs
Ricardo Allen (CB), Purdue
Tre Boston (S), North Carolina
Travis Carrie (CB), Ohio
Ross Cockrell (CB), Duke
Pierre Desir (CB), Lindenwood
Phillip Gaines (CB), Rice
Andre Hal (CB), Vanderbilt
Nevin Lawson (CB), Utah State
A.J. Marshall (S), Wake Forest
Hakeem Smith (S), Louisville
Dezmen Southward (S), Wisconsin
Jemea Thomas (S), Georgia Tech

Steven Clark (P), Auburn
Zach Hocker (K), Arkansas


Coach: Romeo Crennel

Keith Price, Washington
Tommy Rees, Notre Dame
Keith Wenning, Ball State

Running backs
Brennan Clay, Oklahoma
Timothy Flanders, Sam Houston State
Anthony LaCoste, Air Force
Ben Malena, Texas A&M

Ted Bolser (TE), Indiana
John Brown, Pittsburg State
Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska
Kaneakua Friel (TE), BYU
Seantavius Jones, Valdosta State
TJ Jones, Notre Dame (injured)
Jordan Najvar (TE), Baylor
Bernard Reedy, Toledo

Offensive linemen
Christopher Burnette (G), Georgia
Dakota Dozier (G), Furman
Dillon Farrell (C), New Mexico
Kevin Graf (OT), Southern California
Ryan Groy (G), Wisconsin
Gabe Ikard (C), Oklahoma
Danny Kistler, Jr. (OT), Montana
Charles Leno, Jr. (OT), Boise State
Jeremiah Sirles (OT), Nebraska
Austin Wentworth (G), Frenso State
Khalil Wilkes (C), Stanford

Defensive linemen
Beau Allen, Wisconsin
Justin Ellis, Louisiana Tech
Evan Gil, Manitoba (Canada)
Derrick Hopkins, Virginia Tech
Cassius Marsh, UCLA
Josh Mauro, Stanford
Chidera Uzo-Diribe, Colorado
Larry Webster III, Bloomsburg
Zach Moore, Concordia (injured)

Shaquil Barrett, Colorado State
Max Bullough, Michigan State
Nate Dreiling, Pittsburg State
Devon Kennard, Southern California
Prince Shembo, Notre Dame
Tyler Starr, South Dakota
Jordan Zumwalt, UCLA

Defensive backs
Bene Benwikere (CB), San Jose State
Carrington Byndom (CB), Texas
Alden Darby (S), Arizona State
E.J. Gaines (CB), Missouri
Bennett Jackson (CB), Notre Dame
Daytawion Lowe (S), Oklahoma State
Stephen Obeng-Agyapong (S), Penn State
Sean Parker (S), Washington
Rashaad Reynolds (CB), Oregon State
Shaquille Richardson (CB), Arizona
Daniel Sorensen (S), BYU
Brock Vereen (S), Minnesota
Marcus Williams (CB), North Dakota State

Anthony Fera (K), Texas
Richie Leone (P), Houston

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