5 prospects rising up the Vikings 2023 draft board after the East-West Shrine Bowl

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The 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl is in the books. Which prospects should be rising up the Minnesota Vikings board after the annual event?

Just a few weeks after the 2022 season came to an end for the Minnesota Vikings, the first of the annual college football All-Star games is already over. The East-West Shrine game was held last Thursday night and the West prevailed 12-3 in what was a defensive battle for the most part.

The game itself was a bit underwhelming, as both offenses weren’t quite jelling and some quarterbacks made errant throws that led to easy interceptions.

There was some excellent defense played overall, but sometimes it was hard to tell if it was solid defense or just really bad offensive play.

There were players who shined brightly during the game, and some stood out more in practice. The Vikings had plenty of scouts in attendance and they were certainly taking notes on everything they saw.

Minnesota should now have a better understanding of where to rank these players, and some of these prospects likely moved up their lists, while others may have tumbled down a few spots.

So who are five prospects that should be moving up the Vikings draft board after their performance during the 2023 East-West Shrine Bowl?