2024 Shrine Bowl: Full West Team Roster Includes John Rhys Plumlee, Malik Washington

The rosters for the 2024 Shrine Bowl have been released, detailing who to watch in the longest-running all-star game. Who is on the West roster?

With the college football season complete and the NFL season nearing a conclusion, the 2024 NFL Draft inches closer daily. The all-star game cycle is pivotal to the process, and the rosters for the 2024 Shrine Bowl have been released, giving us a glimpse at who to watch for during the longest-running all-star event.

Which players will make up the West roster at the 2024 edition of the East-West Shrine Bowl?

West Team Roster for the 2024 Shrine Bowl

In addition to separating the players into two opposing teams, the 2024 Shrine Bowl continues to provide alignment-specific opportunities on offense and defense.

In the 2024 edition, the West team will operate out of 11 personnel — one running back, one tight end, and three receivers — on offense while utilizing a 4-3 base defense for the defensive formation.

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New York Giants offensive coordinator Mike Kafka, a former MVP of the East-West Shrine Game, leads the coaching staff for the West team.

His staff includes Davis Webb as the offensive coordinator, Tem Lukabu as the defensive coordinator, and Stephen Bravo-Brown as the special teams coordinator.

Quarterbacks

  • John Rhys Plumlee, UCF
  • Kedon Slovis, BYU
  • Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland
  • Jason Bean, Kansas

Running Backs

  • Jonathon Brooks, Texas
  • Frank Gore Jr., Southern Miss
  • Carson Steele, UCLA
  • Blake Watson, Memphis

Wide Receivers

  • Jalen Coker, Holy Cross
  • Ryan Flournoy, SE Missouri State
  • Lideatrick Griffin, Mississippi State
  • Jadon Janke, South Dakota State
  • Jaxon Janke, South Dakota State
  • Bub Means, Pittsburgh
  • Tahj Washington, USC
  • Malik Washington, Virginia

Tight Ends

  • Zach Heins, South Dakota State
  • Isaac Rex, BYU
  • Ja’Tavion Sanders, Texas

Offensive Linemen

  • Andrew Coker, TCU
  • Anim Dankwah, Howard
  • Josiah Ezirim, Eastern Kentucky
  • Tylan Grable, UCF
  • Garret Greenfield, South Dakota State
  • Matt Goncalves, Pittsburgh
  • CJ Hanson, Holy Cross
  • Donovan Jennings, USF
  • Mason McCormick, South Dakota State
  • Doug Nester, West Virginia
  • Patrick Willis, TCU
  • Matt Lee, Miami (FL)
  • Dylan McMahon, NC State
  • Nick Samac, Michigan State

Defensive Linemen

  • Logan Lee, Iowa
  • Jordan Miller, SMU
  • Myles Murphy, North Carolina
  • Nathan Pickering, Mississippi State
  • Justin Rogers, Auburn
  • Sundiata Anderson, Grambling State
  • Solomon Byrd, USC
  • Javontae Jean-Baptiste, Notre Dame
  • Trajan Jeffcoat, Arkansas
  • Zion Tupuola-Fetui, Washington

Linebackers

  • Levelle Bailey, Fresno State
  • Steele Chambers, Ohio State
  • Dallas Gant, Toledo
  • Curtis Jacobs, Penn State
  • Darius Muasau, UCLA

Defensive Backs

  • Beanie Bishop, West Virginia
  • MJ Devonshire, Pittsburgh
  • Myles Harden, South Dakota
  • Daequan Hardy, Penn State
  • Dwight McGlothern, Arkansas
  • Jarius Monroe, Tulane
  • Christian Rolland-Wallace, USC
  • Ja’Quan Sheppard, Maryland
  • Qwan’tez Stiggers, Toronto Argonauts
  • Dominique Hampton, Washington
  • Jaylen Key, Alabama
  • Tyler Owens, Texas Tech
  • Mark Perry, TCU
  • Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, Texas Tech
  • Ryan Watts, Texas

Specialists

  • Cam Little, Arkansas
  • Ryan Rehkow, BYU
  • Marco Ortiz, Nebraska

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