Scott Rislov took over the quarterbacking duties last year, his first in a Spartan uniform, and went on to set several school records. A smart passer with a good feel for the position, Rislov is accurate and shows a nice sense of timing. He lacks the big arm and pocket stature but is a prospect that could find his way onto an NFL practice squad. A former defensive lineman, tight end Courtney Anderson has an excellent combination of size and athleticism, which enabled him to show flashes of dominance last year. He is one to keep a close eye on in 2003.
Defensively, Gerald Jones is a hard-hitting safety solid against the run but only ordinary covering the pass. His skills in coverage must improve if he's to have a shot at the next level. Junior Josh Powell has better coverage skills, size and explosion. He is definitely one to watch.
Scouting the WAC: San Jose State
Scout NFL Network Top Stories
Nittany Lions on National Award Watch ListsAs Penn State football prepares for the coming 2017 season, several Nittany Lions are getting named to watch lists for an array of national awards.
Fight On State2:26 PM
Watch: Top 15 Camp Battles – Long SnapperDerek Hart, a rookie with an interesting story, will enter training camp as the only long snapper on the roster. That doesn't mean he's not fighting for his job.
Packer Report1:15 PM
Fantasy News With Adam Ronis: July 20Senior Fantasy Football Expert Adam Ronis looks at the most interesting news across the NFL today from a Fantasy perspective!
Scout Fantasy11:15 AM
Bears 2017 Camp Preview: Interior OLWe dive deep into the interior of the Chicago Bears offensive line heading into 2017 Training Camp, which features a starting trio that is considered one of the best in the NFL, if…
Bear Report10:40 AM
Powers' Picks: 10 Years of Midlands TalentFRISCO, Texas -- National analyst Greg Powers takes a look at the top players he has rated at each position during his time with Scout.com over the past 10 recruiting seasons.
Scout Football9:43 AM