Athletics Communications
By Athletics Communications
University of Oklahoma
MAY 20, 2013

East-West Shrine Game

OU Football History & Tradition
U0pdated February 22, 2018

The East–West Shrine Game is an annual post-season college football all-star game played since 1925. The game and the practice sessions leading up to it attract dozens of scouts from professional teams. Overall, at least 51 Oklahoma players have been documented as playing in the game (records incomplete). Also see Senior Bowl

Year Players
2018  Jeff Badet, WR
2015  Blake Bell, TE / Aaron Ripkowski, FB / Adam Shead OL
2014  Brennan Clay, RB / Gabe Ikard, C
2013  Demontre Hurst, DB
2011  Jonathan Nelson, DB
2010  Brian Jackson, DB
2009  Manuel Johnson, WR / Lendy Holmes, DB / Jon Cooper, OL
2008  Garrett Hartley, K / Allen Patrick, RB / Marcus Walker, DB / Joe Jon Finley, TE
2007  Zach Latimer, LB 
2006  Clint Ingram, LB / Chris Chester, OL
2004  Renaldo Works, RB / Pasha Jackson, LB
2003  Quentin Griffin, RB
1999  Kelly Gregg, DT
1996  Cedric Jones, DE
1991  Tom Backes, DL
1988  Lydell Carr, RB / Dante Jones, LB
1984  Scott Case, DB / Thomas Benson, LB / Bob Slater, DL
1982  Lyndle Byford, OL
1980  Paul Tabor, OL
1979  Kenny King, RB / Daryl Hunt, LB
1974  Wayne Hoffman, TE / Tony Peters, DB
1969  Steve Owens, RB / Ken Mendenhall, OL / Steve Zabel, TE
1966  Jim Riley, OL
1965  Carl McAdams, LB
1960  Jim Davis, OL
1956  Billy Pricer, RB / Tom Emerson, OL
1952  Billy Vessels, RB / Eddie Crowder, QB / Tom Catlin, OL
1951  James Weatherall, OL
1937  William Conkwright, C
1936  J.W. Wheeler, T
1935  James Stacey, G
1930  Tom Churchill, E

OU Football History & Tradition



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