BIOGRAPHY: Former tight end who's been a full-time starter the past two years. All-Conference selection as a senior after totaling 46/15/10. Junior-year totals included 45/13.5/9 in his first season at defensive end.
POSITIVES: Speedy college pass-rusher who plays with a great deal of intensity. Shows good first-step quickness, fast off the edge, and immediately changes his angle of attack or redirects to the action. Makes plays down the line, shows ability in space, and rarely off his feet. Works hard to make plays.
NEGATIVES: Slow shedding blocks, easily knocked from his angle of attack, and handled at the point by tight ends. Must learn to play within himself rather than just mindlessly rushing up the field.
ANALYSIS: Scott has been a terrific pass-rusher at Buffalo the past two seasons. He causes a lot of disruption in the opponent's backfield. He offers size as well as growth potential, yet he must start to do the little things better to have any chance of sticking on a roster.