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FCS Football: 70 FCS Players Earn Place On 2024 Shrine Bowl 1000

The East-West Shrine Bowl released its annual Shrine Bowl 1000 to highlight the top 1,000 NFL prospects heading into the 2023 season. 70 FCS football players were included in the 2024 Shrine Bowl 1000.

The Shrine Bowl 1000 includes players from all four levels of football, scouted by NFL and college personnel from across the country. The East-West Shrine Bowl is scheduled for Feb. 1, 2024, in Frisco, Texas. 

The Missouri Valley Conference led all FCS conferences with 17 selections, including seven selections from South Dakota State. The CAA was the only other conference to have more than 10 selections, while the Big Sky ranked third with nine overall selections. 

Below is a list of all 70 FCS football prospects selected to the Shrine Bowl 1000. 

Big Sky: (9)

Hayden Hatten (Idaho; WR)

Hogan Hatten (Idaho; LS/LB)

Terez Traynor (Idaho; WR)

Chris Walker (Montana; OT)

Rush Reimer (Montana State; OG)

David Hoage (Northern Colorado; EDGE)

Dante Chachere (Portland State; QB)

Marshel Martin (Sacramento State; TE)

Winston Reid (Weber State; LB)

Big South-OVC: (4)

Narii Gaither (Gardner-Webb; RB)

Lawrence Johnson (Southeast Missouri State; DB)

Geno Hess (Southeast Missouri State; RB)

Daylan Dotson (UT Martin; DL)

CAA: (11)

Dymere Miller (Monmouth; WR)

Greg Anderson (Monmouth; OT)

Dylan Laube (New Hampshire; RB)

Karon Prunty (North Carolina A&T; CB)

Lorenzo Thompson (Rhode Island; OT)

Nick Correia (Rhode Island; OG)

Marlem Louis (Richmond; EDGE)

Ryan Coll (Richmond; OT)

Jesus Gibbs (Towson; DL)

John Pius (William & Mary; LB)

Nate Lynn (William & Mary; EDGE)

Ivy: (4)

Nate Leskovec (Harvard; EDGE)

Thor Griffith (Harvard; DL)

Jalen Travis (Princeton; OT)

Kiran Amegadjie (Yale; OT)

MEAC: (4)

Anim Dankwah (Howard; OT)

Davius Richard (North Carolina Central; QB)

Khalil Baker (North Carolina Central; DB)

Jeblonski Green (South Carolina State; EDGE)

MVFC: (17)

Donny Ventrelli (North Dakota; OT)

Easton Kilty (North Dakota; OT)

Cam Miller (North Dakota State; QB)

Eli Mostaert (North Dakota State; DT)

Grey Zabel (North Dakota State; OG)

Jalen Sundell (North Dakota State; OC)

Jared Penning (Northern Iowa; OT)

Khristian Boyd (Northern Iowa; DL)

Theo Day (Northern Iowa; QB)

Myles Harden (South Dakota; CB)

Garret Greenfield (South Dakota State; OT)

Isaiah Davis (South Dakota State; RB)

Isaiah Stalbird (South Dakota State; LB)

Jadon Janke (South Dakota State; WR)

Jaxon Janke (South Dakota State; WR)

Mason McCormick (South Dakota State; OL)

Zach Heins (South Dakota State; TE)

NEC: (3)

Darion McKenzie (Merrimack; CB)

Pat Conroy (Merrimack; TE)

Malik Grant (Sacred Heart; RB)

Patriot: (4)

Jalen Coker (Holy Cross; WR)

Luke Newman (Holy Cross; OL)

Devin Haskins (Holy Cross; CB)

Jacob Dobbs (Holy Cross; LB)

SoCon: (7)

Griffin McDowell (Chattanooga; OT)

Jay Person (Chattanooga; EDGE)

Dominic Roberto (Furman; RB)

Devron Harper (Mercer; WR)

Ty James (Mercer; WR)

Michael Hiers (Samford; QB)

Noah Martin (Samford; LB)

Southland: (1)

Jalyx Hunt (Houston Christian; EDGE)

SWAC: (2)

Kardell Thomas (Florida A&M; OG)

Sundiata Anderson (Grambling State; EDGE)

UAC: (4)

Reese Moore (Abilene Chrisitian; OT)

Josiah Ezirim (Eastern Kentucky; OT)

Parker McKinney (Eastern Kentucky; QB)

Jeremiah Walker (Stephen F. Austin; CB)

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