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Updated list of accepted invites for 2017 Shrine Game

The 49ers will be plenty active scouting the college postseason all star games. Here is an early look at the East-West Shrine game.

The 2016 college football regular season is officially a wrap, and bowl season is almost upon us. Once the bowl games end, we move on to the first major part of the 2017 NFL Draft process. It starts with the all star games, which include the East-West Shrine Game and NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on January 21, 2017, and the Senior Bowl on January 28, 2017.

Teams have been scouting college prospects all season long, but the all star game is when the bulk of NFL fans begin to focus in more on the draft process. We have plenty of people who follow the draft on a week-in, week-out basis during the season, but for fans of the 49ers and other teams, the end of the regular season will mark a significant pivot.

We’ll be tracking each of those three games, and we already have a running list of Senior Bowl accepted invites. Today, we’re back to track Shrine Game invites. The game’s website is tracking accepted invites, but like with the Senior Bowl, I thought I would split them up by position. The rosters are not complete yet, and I will update this list each week as new information arrives. This is updated as of Tuesday, December 6.


Gunner Kiel, Cincinnati
Weston Lunt, Illinois
Nate Peterman, Pittsburgh
Cooper Rush, Central Michigan
Zach Terrell, Western Michigan
Alex Torgersen, Penn


Elijah McGuire, Louisiana-Lafayette
Joe Williams, Utah
Dare Ogunbowale, Wisconsin
I’Tavius Mathers, Middle Tennessee State


Rodney Adams, South Florida
Quincy Adeboyejo, Ole Miss
Billy Brown, Shepherd
Austin Carr, Northwestern
Kenny Golladay, Northern Illinois
Trey Griffey, Arizona
Jalen Robinette, Air Force
Tony Stevens, Auburm
Jordan Westerkamp, Nebraska
Kermit Whitfield, Florida State
DeAngelo Yancey, Purdue


Anthony Auclair, Laval
Blake Jarwin, Oklahoma State
Colin Jeter, LSU
Taylor McNamara, USC
Scott Orndof, Pitt
Michael Roberts, Toledo
Eric Saubert, Drake


Gavin Andrews, Oregon State
Antonio Garcia, Troy
Avery Gennesy, Texas A&M
Evan Goodman, Arizona State
Sean Harlow, Oregon State
Dieugot Joseph, Florida International
Erik Magnuson, Michigan
Jonathan McLaughlin, Virginia Tech
Storm Norton, Toledo
Victor Salako, Oklahoma State
Justin Senior, Mississippi State
Dan Skipper, Arkansas


Geoff Gray, Manitoba
Danny Isidora, Miami (FL)
Zach Johnson, North Dakota State
Kyle Kalis, Michigan
Adam Pankey, West Virginia


Lucase Crowley, North Carolina
Tobijah Hughley, Louisville
Chase Roullier, Wyoming


Josh Augusta, Missouri (DT)
DeAngelo Brown, Louisville (DT)
Bryan Cox, Florida (DE)
Trey Hendrickson, Florida Atlantic (DE)
Treyvon Hester, Toledo (DT)
Joe Ivie, Florida (DT)
Jerimiah Ledbetter, Arkansas (DE)
Avery Moss, Youngstown (DE)
Ejuan Price, Pitt (DE)
Derek Rivers, Youngstown (DE)
Karter Schult, Northern Iowa (DE)
Josh Tupou, Colorado (DT)
Deatrich Wise, Jr., Arkansas (DE)


Jayon Brown, UCLA
Kevin Davis, Colorado State
Brooks Ellis, Arkansas
Ben Gedeon, Michigan
Andrew King, Army
Marquel Lee, Wake Forest
Calvin Munson, San Diego State
Kenneth Olugbode, Colorado
James Onwualu, Notre Dame
Carroll Phillips, Illinois
Steven Taylor, Houston


Jeremy Cutrer, Middle Tennessee State
Treston DeCoud, Oregon State
Tyquwan Glass, Fresno State
Ashton Lampkin, Oklahoma State
Fabian Moreau, UCLA
Jalen Myrick, Minnesota
Aaroion Penton, Missouri
Channing Stribling, Michigan
Jack Tocho, North Carolina State
Brad Watson, Wake Forest
Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado


Randall Goforth, UCLA
Delano Hill, Michigan
Anthony Fish Smithson, Kansas
Jordan Sterns, Oklahoma State
Orion Stewart, Baylor
Dymonte Thomas, Michigan
Tedric Thompson, Colorado
Damarius Travis, Colorad


Eric Keena, North Texas (punter)
Austin Rehbkow, Idaho (punter)