Marc Ross, New York Giants Director of College Scouting: An All-Ivy League receiver, Ross is in his fifth season with the Giants. At the age of 27, he was the league’s youngest college scouting director when he was with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Phil Emery, Chiefs college scouting director: Broke into the NFL with the Bears in 1998, as an area scout, and he’s been a college scouting director for the Atlanta Falcons and Chiefs.
Jason Licht, New England Patriots Director of Pro Personnel: He's in his 16th NFL season, and he's worked with the Patriots, Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles, where he finished as the vice president of player personnel.
Tim Ruskell, Bears Director of Player Personnel: He's the Bears interim GM, and he previously held that position with the Seattle Seahawks. He was groomed in Tampa, alongside Jerry Angelo.
Jimmy Raye, San Diego Chargers Director of Player Personnel: After a brief NFL career as a receiver, he joined the Chargers as a scout in 1996 then became college scouting director in 2000.
John Dorsey, Packers, Director of College Scouting: One of the league’s most respected college evaluators, he has been presented opportunities to leave, but he’s been loyal to the Packers and current general manager Ted Thompson.
Will Lewis, Seattle Seahawks, VP of Pro Personnel: A former cornerback in the NFL, USFL and CFL, he started his career as an NFL assistant coach, before Ron Wolf hired him in Green Bay. Has worked with current GMs Ted Thompson, Reggie McKenzie and John Sc
Sheldon White, Detroit Lions, Director of Pro Personnel: In his 15th season with the Lions, he’s survived the Matt Millen Era and thrived under new GM Martin Mayhew, helping to establish a solid roster.
Les Snead, Falcons, Director of Player Personnel: He developed in Jacksonville and Atlanta, and he’s witnessed some of the most high-charged situations in recent memory, from the fall of Michael Vick to the abandonment of the Falcons by coach Bobby Petri
George Paton, Minnesota Vikings, Director of Player Personnel: Started his NFL career with the Bears, and he rose to assistant director of pro personnel in 2000 then followed current Vikings general manager Rick Spielman to Miami.
Brian Gaine, Miami Dolphins, Director of Player Personnel: He worked in Dallas but followed Jeff Ireland to Miami. Respected by peers for his evaluation skills.