Described as one of the true "sleepers" in this draft at the quarterback position, Matt Scott is often overlooked despite a productive senior season as an Arizona Wildcat.
Though he has just one year of starting experience under his belt, Scott offers an intriguing blend of passing ability and mobility for the position. In that one year of starting, he threw for over 3,600 yards and 27 touchdowns. Just as impressive was his 500-plus yards rushing.
Where Scott ends up going in the draft remains to be seen, but regardless, he should prove to be one of the better value picks at the position and could end up paying off for an NFL team in a big way down the line.
Here are some highlights of Matt Scott's career as an Arizona Wildcat.