College football kicked off Thursday night with a handful of games that followed on Friday. However Saturday is the true kickoff for the college football season, with hundreds of teams playing in front of millions upon millions. It's kind of awesome because laziness actually serves a purpose for Saturday. However it's also the start of the scouting season, which will cumulate to the 2013 NFL draft. You can bet that the Cincinnati Bengals, along with 31 other NFL teams, will be checking out the powerhouses, but here are a few games that Bengals scouts are attending.
According to NFL draft expert Chris Steuber, the Cincinnati Bengals are sending scout(s) Toledo at Arizona and Kentucky at Louisville. Keep in mind that this list is one of those that evolves as information trickles through. So keep checking back there for additional games that Bengals scouts will be attending and place them in the comments.
Steuber's list of prospects to watch for all four teams (* means juniors, ** means redshirt sophomores).
Prospects to watch: Arizona: WR Dan Buckner, SS *Marquis Flowers, FS *Adam Hall, RB Greg Nwoko, CB *Shaquille Richardson, QB Matt Scott, FB Taimi Tutogi, DT *Justin Washington; Toledo: QB Austin Dantin, C *Zac Kerin, LB Dan Molls, QB *Terrence Owens, WR *Bernard Reedy.
Prospects to watch: Louisville: C Mario Benavides, RB *Dominique Brown, LB *Preston Brown, CB Adrian Bushell, DE *B.J. Butler, OG Alex Kupper, DT *Roy Philon, SS *Hakeem Smith, DE *Marcus Smith, RB *Jeremy Wright; Kentucky: WR La'Rod King, CB Martavius Neloms, QB Morgan Newton, RB *Raymond Sanders III, C Matt Smith, DE Collins Ukwu, OG Larry Warford, LB *Avery Williamson, DE Taylor Wyndham.