As more and more NFL teams spread the field with multiple-receiver sets, slot receivers have become increasingly valuable. To that point, many people I talk to in scouting circles are now evaluating slot guys and perimeter receivers as separate groups.
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Todd McShay(left) is the director of college scouting for Scouts Inc. McShay, who played quarterback at Richmond, has been evaluating NFL prospects since 1998. Follow Todd on Twitter: @McShay13
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Kevin Weidl(right) is a former quarterback for Indiana (Pa.) University who worked in the pro scouting department for the New York Jets before joining Scouts Inc. in 2007. Follow Kevin on Twitter: @KevinW_ESPN