A sneak peek at the West quarterbacks playing in the East-West Shrine Bowl for all LA Rams fans
LA Rams fans have a while to wait to the their beloved team take the field for the 2020 NFL season. Of course, this year it is definitely worth the wait, as the team plays at the new $5 billion Sofi Stadium complex. In the meantime, there are four quarterbacks on the current West squad for the East-West Shrine Bowl worth discussing. . There are players from big, mid-level and small schools competing for the national spotlight. In reality, only two of the four quarterbacks will get an opportunity at the next level. LA Rams fans, take a sneak peek at them.
The West quarterbacks are going to be coached by Blaine Stewart of the Pittsburgh Steelers. There four will get a quick taste of commanding the huddle the NFL way. They have to realize that the play call verbiage will be strikingly different.
Most of all, the level of competition by the opposing team will be unlike anything they had faced before. The speed of the game is that much quicker. Also, collegiate offenses vary from place to place depending upon the talent level of the team.
Meet the Four West Quarterbacks in the East-West Shrine Bowl
First, Mason Fine played collegiality at the University of North Texas. He completed 1039 passes for 12505 yards with 93 touchdowns. Fine had a passing efficiency rating of 140.7.
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Fine stands 5-feet-10 weighing 191, according to the West roster. He may have to change positions to play in the NFL. His best chance to play on Sundays would be on special teams.
Second, Kurt Rawlings played college football at Yale. He completed 584 passes for 7638 yards with 60 touchdowns. He ran for 658 yards with 12 touchdowns.
Rawlings stands 6-feet-2 weighing 210 pounds. He has the chance to get drafted in the late rounds or perhaps sign as an undrafted rookie. Rawlings is a player to keep an eye on.
Third, Utah’s Tyler Huntley will be his share of the spotlight throughout practice and the game. In 2019, he put up big numbers. Huntley completed 73.1% of his passes for 3092 yards for a passing efficiency rating of 177.6.
Huntley stands 6-feet-1 weighing 205 pounds. His athleticism gives him the opportunity to extend plays. There will be an NFL team take a chance on him in the late middle round of the draft.
Finally, Kelly Bryant played for the University of Missouri after transferring from Clemson. He appeared in ten games for Missouri. Bryant completed 181 passes for 2215 yards with 15 touchdowns.
Bryant stands 6-feet-4 weighing 225 pounds. He fits the prototypical size that NFL teams look for at quarterback. Bryant will have to impress in order to climb up draft boards.
Each player will have every chance to turn heads and create a buzz. There have been players invited to the NFL Combine as a result of the play in this game. Lets see who rises above the crowd.