Jared Crick's injury doesn't impact draft status, size does Jared Crick has emerged out of Ndamukong Suh's shadow for the Huskers. But a pectoral muscle injury cuts his season short. Chad Reuter says NFL team don't care so much about his injury as they do about his size.NFL scouts adapt as college landscape continues to change Conference realignment. Spread offenses. Talent moving to smaller programs. The college football landscape continues to change and Chad Reuter says NFL scouts will go wherever it's necessary to find and evaluate talent.Watch List: Keenum, Brantley among those on scouts' radar Oregon-LSU and Boise State-Georgia are top matchups, and NFL scouts will eye them. But they'll look deeper as in-game evaluations begin. Chad Reuter says QBs Case Keenum and John Brantley are on notice.Pack your bags: A scout's fall football itinerary The challenge for NFL executives scouting college talent -¿ how to see as many top prospects personally as possible. Chad Reuter plays travel agent -¿ and puts together a dream itinerary for a talent evaluator.Big Ten gets elite defenders with Huskers' move They aren't Ndamukong Suh and Prince Amukamara. But Chad Reuter says don't overlook Nebraska's Jared Crick and Alfonzo Dennard, the Big Ten's top draft prospects in the Huskers' first season in the conference.Stanford's NFL odds don't stop with star QB Andrew Luck is widely expected to be the No. 1 pick in the 2012 draft, but the Stanford QB is lucky to have bodyguards like Jonathan Martin and David DeCastro. Chad Reuter rates all three among the Pac-12's top prospects.SEC prospects preview: Richardson's time in the sun Mark Ingram and his Heisman Trophy are gone. Time to despair in Tuscaloosa? No chance, Chad Reuter says. Trent Richardson had loads of talent and is one of the top SEC players aiming for Sunday stardom.