Macomb, IL (Sports Network) - Western Illinois senior offensive lineman Andrew Robiskie has been added to Saturday's East-West Shrine Game, the Missouri Valley Football Conference university announced Thursday.
Robiskie, the third Leathernecks player in the last five years to play in college football's longest-running all-star game, is a member of the West squad.
Robiskie, a center and guard, started 25 games in his career, the final three contests of the 2010 season and every game the past two seasons.
His father Terry is an assistant coach with the Atlanta Falcons and his older brother Brian has played for three NFL teams during a four-year career, including six games with the Detroit Lions this past season.
The East-West Shrine Game has a 4 p.m. ET kickoff and will be televised by the NFL Network.