The East-West Shrine Bowl –- set in Las Vegas — is one of the top showcases for NFL Draft prospects in the NFL offseason. Every year, players from the FBS, FCS, and lower-division ranks conglomerate and seek to prove themselves in front of scouts and evaluators. And this year, the Shrine Bowl might have one of its most talented groups yet. Here’s a tracker of all the official East-West Shrine Game weigh-ins and measurements coming out, so you can see how some of the top prospects measure up against one another.
2022 East-West Shrine Game Weigh-Ins and Measurements
Numbers for height, arm length, wingspan, and hand size are measured to the nearest eighth of an inch. The formatting used at this event is unique, so here’s a quick guide on how to read values for each measurement, with examples provided:
- Height: 5117 = 5’11 7/8″, 6063 = 6’6 3/8″
- Arm Length: 3378 = 33 7/8″, 3200 = 32″
- Wingspan: 8018 = 80 1/8″, 7900 = 79″
- Hand Size: 938 = 9 3/8″, 1018 = 10 1/8″
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You can filter the table below by position, college, or Shrine Bowl team. You can also utilize the search function to quickly find whatever you may be looking for. Mobile users — please note that the database is best viewed in landscape mode.