Which college games will NFL clubs send scouts to this weekend? College Football 24/7 brings you a glimpse at the teams that are credentialed to attend some of the biggest games in college football.
Auburn vs. Louisville (in Atlanta)
Three top players: Auburn (DE Carl Lawson, WR D'haquille "Duke" Williams, CB Jonathan Jones); Louisville (DE Devonte Fields, DB Josh Harvey-Clemons, LB James Burgess)
Matchup to watch: Williams is fearless over the middle of the field, and Harvey-Clemons, at 230 pounds, will be lurking there as a linebacker-sized safety.
Alabama vs. Wisconsin (in Arlington, Texas)
Three top players: Alabama (LB Reggie Ragland, DL Jarran Reed, DL A'Shawn Robinson); Wisconsin (LB Vince Biegel, RB Corey Clement, CB Sojourn Shelton)
Matchup to watch: Wisconsin's offense will try to establish Clement at any cost, and Ragland is one of the best run-stopping linebackers in the nation.
Texas at Notre Dame
Three top players: Texas (QB Tyrone Swoopes, DL Desmond Jackson, DL Hassan Ridgeway); Notre Dame (OL Ronnie Stanley, LB Jaylon Smith, CB KeiVarae Russell)
Matchup to watch: Smith could have a field day against a Texas offensive line that has more questions than answers.
Texas A&M vs. Arizona State (in Houston)
Three top players: Texas A&M (DE Myles Garrett, OL Germain Ifedi, WR Josh Reynolds); Arizona State (WR Mike Bercovici, WR D.J. Foster, RB Demario Richard).
Matchup to watch: Bercovici will test the Aggies' secondary early and often, but he could find Garrett in his face quickly.
BYU at Nebraska
Three top players: BYU (QB Taysom Hill, LB Bronson Kaufusi, WR Mitch Mathews); Nebraska (QB Tommy Armstrong, Jr., LT Alex Lewis, RB Terrell Newby)
Matchup to watch: In his first game back on a reconstructed knee, will Hill stay in the pocket or test the Nebraska linebackers, and the knee, with his prolific rushing skills?
TCU at Minnesota (Thursday)
Three top players: Minnesota (DB Eric Murray, DB Briean Boddy-Calhoun, RB Rodrick Williams); TCU (QB Trevone Boykin, WR Josh Doctson, RB Aaron Green)
Michigan at Utah (Thursday)
Three top players: Michigan (LB Joe Bolden, DB Jabrill Peppers, OL Mason Cole); Utah (RB Devontae Booker, DE Hunter Dimick, WR Kenneth Scott)