DT Suh leads Big 12 title game prospects 

December, 2, 2009
The Big 12 championship matchup between Texas and Nebraska is not quite as loaded as the SEC title game, but with five top-50 NFL prospects taking the field there is still plenty to hold the attention of NFL scouts. Here's a look at how those players could affect the game:

Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh (6-37, 295); Scouts Inc. grade: 96 -- Suh has been the most consistently dominant defensive player in the country this season, showing rare instincts to go with a high motor, excellent upper-body strength and good overall quickness. He also has the versatility to play tackle or end in a 3-4 or a 4-3 front, so he would be an asset to any team. Suh could improve as a pass-rusher but can be disruptive when he gets his hands into passing lanes, and he is as good as it gets against the run. There is no doubt he is a top-10 pick.