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CBS Sports/NFL Draft Scout - UW junior RB Polk undergoes arthroscopic surgery
University of Washington redshirt junior running back Chris Polk underwent arthroscopic knee surgery yesterday (Thursday, August 18) morning to repair a meniscus injury apparently suffered the day before in practice.

Rookie Scouting Portfolio - Conversation with Wes Bunting Part IV
Matt Waldman finishes off his in-depth interview with Wes Bunting of National Football Post. Bunting has great philosophy about NFL Draft evaluation. Bunting also opened up in the interview about some 2012 NFL Draft players he likes, like Boise State running back Doug Martin.

SI.com - Late draft gems already shining for NFL teams
Roy Helu (Redskins), Cecil Shorts (Jaguars), Delone Carter (Colts) and Jason Pinkston (Browns) have been impressive early in their careers.

Hattiesburg American - Southern Miss' Davis beat odds to become prime-time player on the football field
NFL scouts have been checking out Southern Mississippi quarterback Austin Davis, who has developed for the Golden Eagles.

La Crosse Tribune - Dreher happy to be back for another football season at UW-L
NFL scouts have been out to watch Wisconsin-La Crosse cornerback Derek Dreher.

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