Offensive prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft to watch at the East-West Shrine Bowl

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Which players can improve their stock in the 2023 NFL Draft at the upcoming East-West Shrine Bowl?

The college football season has come and gone and with the Super Bowl just a few weeks away, it’s officially NFL Draft season for most fans. Last week was the declaration deadline for the top underclassmen to announce their intentions for the 2023 NFL Draft and the NFL Scouting Combine is only a month away. Things are truly heating up.

One of the most useful tools of the NFL Draft season is the college football All-Star game circuit. A week of seeing how some of the top seniors in the NFL Draft class look at practice, particularly in one-on-ones, helps paint the full picture of a prospect. Although prospects can be found anywhere across the plethora of all-star games, the heavy hitters are the Senior Bowl and East-West Shrine Bowl.

As Eric Galko, the director of football operations and player personnel for the East-West Shrine Bowl, continues to grow the Shrine, the prospects hitting Las Vegas will also have the benefit of being coached by full NFL staffs with the Atlanta Falcons coaching the East and the New England Patriots coaching the West.

To make the week even more enticing, this looks like the most talented crop of prospects at the Shrine in recent memory. These are the top prospect to watch at each offensive position on the East and West rosters.