Commentary

QBs Daniel, Brennan show off for scouts in big wins

QBs Chase Daniel of Missouri and Colt Brennan of Hawaii lead a group of players who caught the eye of NFL scouts, for better or worse, in Week 13 of the college football season.

Originally Published: November 26, 2007
By Steve Muench | Scouts Inc.
Scouts pore over endless hours of film and leave no stone unturned when evaluating players' skill sets. It's a grueling process that can be monotonous at times, but there are certain games that can cause scouts to sit up in their chairs 12 hours into a session. This jolt of excitement comes when they see their targeted prospect line up against one of the best units or players in the nation and/or play in game with substantial implications for his team. It's these matchups and games that have arguably the greatest impact on where a player is drafted. Here are five matchups that caught my eye over the weekend and what I took from each performance.

Steve Muench played four years of Division I-AA football before joining Scouts Inc. in 2002. He has evaluated both NFL and college players for Scouts Inc., but his current focus is on the NFL draft.

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