The East-West Shrine Game is the longest running college football all-star game. While in recent years it has been overshadowed by the Senior Bowl, the Shrine Game still produces a lot of NFL talent. According to the official Shrine Game website, more than 100 players from the 2013 game were on training camp rosters last August.
- Northern Arizona RB Zach Bauman didn't let concerns over his size stop him from impressing scouts earlier in the week. Bauman is listed at 5-10 but most believe he's likely 5-7 to 5-8. Still he impressed this week with decisive jump cuts and a knack for getting to the second level.
- Seantavious Jones is a 6-2 big-bodied receiver who generated some talk this week for ‘looking the part' of an NFL receiver. Coming from a small school (Valdosta State), Jones has started the draft season off right generating early positive buzz. He'll look to carry that momentum into the combine next month.
Walter Football has been tracking reports of who each team has interviewed during the week of practice. According to them, the 49ers have interviewed the following players (it is likely not an all-encompassing list):
LB Xavius Boyd, Western Kentucky
OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill (Canada)
QB Jeff Mathews, Cornell
DL Demonte McAllister, Florida State
DE Cassius Marsh, UCLA
CB Shaq Richardson, Arizona
For more information on prospects in the Shrine Game, check out SB Nation's Dan Kadar and his daily practice reports: