We talked about a popular topic in an entry a few days ago regarding athletic quarterbacks going to the NFL and trying to get the NFL scouts to think outside of traditional pocket passer prospects.
USA Today features this topic and Pat White, former West Virginia quarterback and now future member of the Miami Dolphins.
Also, many other articles on this subject such as one detailing how college offenses are making it difficult for some scouts to evaluate talent, as well as how it is even impacting other player evaluations such as offensive lineman.
As college offenses continue to evolve, chances are NFL systems will as well. A prime example is how the Miami Dolphins released the Wildcat formation last year and it caught on through the season with many other teams. Once NFL teams start adopting creative offensive schemes much like college teams have adopted, they will have the personnel available every year in the draft. But, until they do, there will be a power struggle between NFL scouts insisting it negatively affects the results of their evaluations, and the college coaches that insist their innovative offenses positively affects the results of their games.