Wells must show more authority; Adams and Williams effective in big games
In his weekly matchup report Scouts Inc.'s Steve Muench says Beanie Wells' numbers against Wisconsin are a bit deceiving, while Juice Williams was impressive in dismantling Michigan.
Originally Published: October 6, 2008By Steve Muench | Scouts Inc.
Hitting or missing on a draft pick can be the difference between making the playoffs and playing golf in January for NFL teams, so it should come as no surprise that scouts leave no stone unturned when evaluating players' skill sets. It's a grueling process that involves seemingly endless film sessions, but there are games that can make scouts sit up and pay particular attention. These are the games that feature a prospect lining up against one of the best units or players in the nation and/or playing in a game with substantial implications for his team. Here are five such matchups that caught my eye over the weekend and what I took from each performance:
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