NFL draft 2022 standouts at East-West Shrine Bowl practices: 15 rising prospects, including Kyle Philips and Matthew Butler

The all-star events for the 2022 NFL draft are in full swing, as the last week of January marked the beginning of the East-West Shrine Bowl. After being held in Tampa, Florida, since 2010, the event made its debut in Las Vegas. With plenty of buildup and excitement surrounding the game, there were 130 total prospects competing against one another.

Each team had coaches from multiple NFL staffs throughout the league. Scouts from all 32 teams were in attendance, and many general managers also graced the sidelines of Fertitta Football Complex at UNLV. The game is scheduled to be played at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday at Allegiant Stadium.

There were several prospects who helped themselves and improved their draft stock during the three days of fully padded practices. Here are 15 who caught my eye throughout the week, with notes on what they did well and where they could be picked in April's draft.

Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia