Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
All around the country, Saturday afternoons mean college football. For most of us, it's a matter of rooting on our school or our favorite team growing up. For the Miami Dolphins, it means a chance to go find the next draft target.
Each week of the college football season, the Miami Dolphins send scouts all over the country. NFL Draft analyst Chris Steuber tracks those scouts, updating us on which college games audiences include scouts from the NFL. While he admits that his data may not be all encompassing, he does have accurate data on a lot of the teams and college games.
Steuber has the Dolphins scouts attending at least two games this week. The first game is the Penn State at Purdue contest. With Miami, there are also scouts from the Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars at the game.
The Dolphins will also have people attending the Oregon at USC game. The group of scouts will include someone from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins, Seattle Seahawks, Houston Texans, and Tennessee Titans.
As of now, that's all Steuber has been able to confirm. If he updates any more, I will add them here.