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SI.com - Blue-collar players take center stage in college's Week 10
The latest version of the "Game of the Century," this time between LSU and Alabama, disappointed most football fans. But NFL scouts closely inspected the almost two dozen players with high NFL potential in the contest.

Turf Show Times - St. Louis Rams COO Kevin Demoff talks draft, deals and more with more TST
The NFL Draft has become more than just a single event of the NFL offseason. Spring's premier professional sporting event, interest in the draft is a 365 day enterprise these days. It's always been that way for front offices and scouting staffs, but now even the fans and the media are getting into the mix.

The Oklahoma Daily - Broyles' draft status not in jeopardy, Stoops says
During his weekly press conference Tuesday afternoon, OU coach Bob Stoops said senior wide receiver Ryan Broyles’ ACL tear was clear and no other parts of the knee seem to be damaged, which is good news for Broyles’ NFL draft hopes.

Field Gulls - Why Andrew Luck is worth three first round picks, from a mathematical standpoint
If you are looking for why the quarterback position is critical in the modern NFL or a scouting report on why Andrew Luck is the perfect blend of John Elway and Peyton Manning, this article is not for you.

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