clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

How to watch: FSU WR in East-West Shrine Bowl

Will a dominant week of practices translate on game day?

Florida State v Miami Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images

The East-West Shrine Bowl is not just an annual college All-Star game, but a week long event giving often under-the-radar prospects the opportunity to practice and then play in front of NFL coaches and scouts.

This year, FSU WR Keith Gavin is the lone ’Nole taking part in the game as a member of the East squad.

Gavin, a former 4-star recruit, had limited production throughout his time in Tallahassee with 901 career receiving yards on 71 catches and one touchdown. Although, he did seem to be at his best while in Miami Gardens as his lone touchdown came against the Hurricanes and every FSU fan will remember his kick return in the Orange Bowl:

While drops plagued him throughout his time in Tallahassee, Gavin was always known as a hard worker with a willingness to be physical as a blocker.

Impressing in practices this week, he will hope it materializes into a strong showing on game day:

Be sure to catch the broadcast on NFL Network today at 3 p.m. or, if you’re in the Tampa Bay area and need a cheap way to kill an afternoon, you can head to Tropicana Field and enjoy the game for $15.