East West Shrine Game 2013: A dozen more commit to playing

Mike DiNovo-US PRESSWIRE

This week, many more players have committed to the Shrine Game, including a dozen new offensive players.

The 88th Annual East-West Shrine Game is rapidly approaching, meaning that almost everyday players are being added to both rosters in anticipation.

In the last few days things have been quiet with the holidays coming up, but on Dec. 18 no less than 12 players committed to the game in hopes of showing off their skills to the scouts of the NFL.

The list of that dozen, per the game's official twitter site:

  1. Jeff Baca, UCLA, guard
  2. Keenan Davis, Iowa, wide receiver
  3. Trent Steelman, Army, wide receiver
  4. Joseph Fauria, UCLA, tight end
  5. Kyle Jusczyk, Harvard, tight end
  6. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State, running back
  7. Braden Brown, BYU, offensive tackle
  8. R.J. Dill, Rutgers, offensive tackle
  9. Mark Jackson, Glenville State, offensive tackle
  10. Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, offensive tackle
  11. Nick Speller, UMass, offensive tackle
  12. Dann O'Neill, Western Michigan, offensive tackle

Many more will commit as the bowl season winds down in the coming days. The contest is scheduled for Jan. 19 in St. Petersberg, FL.

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