Originally posted by alburns:Originally posted by OnTheClock:Originally posted by GhostofFredDean74:Originally posted by tohara3:
Hey OTC, MadDog or any other draft guru's, how do you think OT Chris Scott from Tennesse will be in the NFL. He was part of an o-line in the SEC who passed alot & didn't give up very man sacks. Could he be a guy teams could grab in the 3rd round & plug in at RT from day one? Thanks for your responses ahead of time.
I love me some Chris Scott, but I think he moves inside in the NFL and has a solid career as a guard for teams with a power running attack. He'd look real nice in the scarlet and gold!
I agree fully. He looks like he can struggle at times with quicker defensive ends, and that could be trouble if you're trying to stick him at tackle. I, too, think his greatest chance for success stands at guard in the NFL.
looks like he had a rough day:
South Team: Bad Days
Tennessee OT Chris Scott -- We came into the week with questions about Scott's ability to handle speed off the edge and thought he might be a better fit at guard, but he failed to show the power necessary to move inside. At one point East Carolina DE C.J. Wilson delivered a strong punch, locked on to Scott's frame and controlled him from there. Later, Troy DE Brandon Lang threw a slap move at Scott and knocked him to the ground. Not only does that raise questions about his core strength it also shows that balance and footwork could be problems for Scott
Not good for Scott. We'll see what he can do come game-time, but if that's happening in-game, he's going to slide. He's been sitting on my board here as a late 4th round talent and hasn't moved up or down yet. Scott still has to workout at the combine as well.