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The Dreary Life Of An NFL Prospect

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We find the process of scouting for the NFL Draft completely creepy, just a bunch of balding white men with stopwatches, eyeing 21-year-olds in their underwear.

We've always wanted a player going through the humilating process of showing off for scouts to document it, and, finally, someone has. Brett Elliot, a Division-III All-American at Linfield (Ore.), is writing a blog about being run through the draft machine. It's honest, compelling stuff too. Witness:

"My receiver, Casey Allen, and I had a workout day scheduled for tomorrow at Linfield, but we had to reschedule it due to "weather complications" a euphemism for the probability of no scouts showing up."

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