The East-West Shrine Bowl is back again at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg for 2020. College players have come from all parts of the country to play in front of scouts, coaches, agents, and many others to show their skills with the hope of getting picked by a team in this year’s NFL draft.

PewterReport.com will be at each East-West Shrine practice during the week and covering the standout players from each day. Here are the standouts on offense from day three of practice.

East Team

WR Ja’Marcus Bradley – Louisiana 
Bradley was the go-to receiver for the East team in this practice. Bradley caught numerous passes on intermediate routes during 11-on-11’s. Eventually, he got the chance to go down the field and did a great job of getting open, catching the ball, and staying in bounds all in one motion. Bradley’s a great target for quarterbacks and does well getting yards after the catch.

WR Aaron Parker – Rhode Island
The Rhode Island product showed off a lot of athleticism going one-on-one against corners. It doesn’t take too many steps for him to get by his defender and give himself enough of a window for the quarterback to get him the ball. On a fade route, Parker not only got right past his opponent with not a lot of room to work with, but also made a great catch jumping in the air.

West Team

OT Darrin Paulo – Utah
Paulo had very good form with some powerful blocking. The tackle out of Utah holds a strong base and makes it difficult for his opponent to make a move once he has his hands on you. Paulo works in one, fluid, motion when he’s blocking, there’s no erratic movements. In this play, Paulo uses his strength to prevent the pass rusher from getting any kind of push.

WR Juwan James – Oregon
For a big receiver, Juwan James has a lot of athleticism that comes along with his frame. James is easy to find on the field with his size, but the way he’s able to move so easily is what it most impressive about him. James had a highlight reel play in practice as he made a leaping catch and still stayed in bounds as the play unfolded. It was a nice combination of going all the way across the field to get open and then executing once the opportunity came his way. It was one of many standout out plays that the former Oregon Duck had.

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  1. Paulo look like a solid Olineman! Grab him! And every one of those Receivers looked solid! Big, Good Hands… This game might have some solid prospects!

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  2. These players are usually drafted on 2nd & 3rd day of the draft. Many have because great players in the NFL. There seem to be some good O&D linemen. I hope the Bucs can find some.

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    • Sorry become good players

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