One of the first signs of the NFL Draft approaching is the college all-star games. The grand-daddy of them all is the East West Shrine Game, which has been a part of football tradition since 1925. More information about the game and what great things the Shriners do for the community can be found here: http://www.shrinegame.com/. If you are looking for practice notes, please check out the http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/ and follow Wes Bunting on twitter (@WesBunting). I will be discussing many of the key offensive players that hopefully will transition to the NFL and make an impact on your fantasy teams.
RB Tauren Poole (Tennessee) – Poole showed good outside speed on his first sweep. He was a better runner on the outside than between the tackles. When Poole kept on bouncing his runs outside, the defense caught on and met him by closing down his lanes. The flashes he showed in the passing game were then met with disappointments as he did not realize where the sideline was and failed to stay in bounds to make a catch that could have changed the game. For the rest of the article click here: http://www.fantasyalarm.com/2012-east-west-shrine-game-player-analysis/