This is really why Mock Drafts are silly. Because, let's face it, if the Network Scouts were really good at assessing talent you would think they could probably get paid more by a team. Just sayin... And that difference becomes fairly obvious every year when the draft starts. So you can pretty much throw out all the "scouting reports" you see because the team scouts actually go to game after game, and study film, and talk to coaches/family and talk to their coaches to try and get a beed on what qualities their coaches are really needing to make their perspective scheme work. Transversely, the Network Scout looks at what they perceive to be a need and simply try to fill it with guys they caught in a few college games and whatever tape their network can provide. They do not, however, have insight on what the team actually wants nor do they have any idea how the team assesses what they already have. So that being said, as much as I don't like what the Cowboys traded to get there and despite Lawrence not being anywhere close to being on my radar, I will have to defer to the Cowboys scouts...for now. Who knows? Maybe he was worth it.