One of the more experienced offensive linemen in college football, Scott ended his Tennessee career having made 39 consecutive starts -- tied for the team lead with star safety Eric Berry. After redshirting in 2005 and playing seven games as a sophomore in 2006, Scott started every game from the start of his sophomore year to the end of his senior campaign. Part of an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks in the SEC last season, Scott also paved the way for Montario Hardesty to rack up 1,345 rushing yards. The Riverdale, GA native enjoyed a great year, although he struggled with Virginia Tech's talented defensive ends in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Scott has great size at 6'5', 346 pounds and he has been clocked as fast as 5.22 in the 40-yard dash. A versatile lineman, Scott played at both guard and tackle during his career as a Volunteer. He was invited to partake in the recent East-West shrine game and by all accounts made the most of the opportunity. Scott could improve his pass-blocking technique and he probably does not have the agility to be a staple at left tackle in the NFL, but he does have the potential to be an eventual starter. Look for Scott to go off the board sometime around the fifth round of the upcoming draft.