ACC stars look to improve NFL Draft stock in East-West Shrine Game

Miami wide receiver Rashawn Scott (left) will participate in this weekend's Shrine Bowl.
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The 91st East-West Shrine Game will kick off this weekend at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburgh, Fla., and 16 ACC stars will look to improve their NFL Draft stock.

The all-star game, which will air this Saturday on NFL Network at 4 p.m. (EST), features roughly 100 of college football top seniors and offers them an opportunity to impress NFL scouts.

Representing the ACC on the East roster will be OL Joe Thuney (N.C. State), WR Rashawn Scott (Miami), DB D.J. White (Georgia Tech), CB Justin Burris (N.C. State), DE Mike Rose (N.C. State), DT Niles Lawrence-Stampe (FSU), LB James Burgess (Louisville), punter Will Monday (Duke), safety Deon Bush (Miami), safety Justin Simmons (Boston College) and DT Conner Wujciak (Boston College).

The West roster will feature ACC stars TE Ryan Malleck (Virginia Tech), DT Luther Maddy (Virginia Tech), safety Jamal Golden (Georgia Tech) and DT David Dean (Virginia).

The East team will be coached by Charlie Weiss, while the West roster will be guided by June Jones.