DT Suh leads Big 12 title game prospects

Updated: December 3, 2009, 11:59 AM ET
By Todd McShay and Steve Muench
The Big 12 championship matchup between Texas and Nebraska is not quite as loaded as the SEC title game, but with five top-50 NFL prospects taking the field there is still plenty to hold the attention of NFL scouts. Here's a look at how those players could affect the game:

Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh (6-37, 295); Scouts Inc. grade: 96 -- Suh has been the most consistently dominant defensive player in the country this season, showing rare instincts to go with a high motor, excellent upper-body strength and good overall quickness. He also has the versatility to play tackle or end in a 3-4 or a 4-3 front, so he would be an asset to any team. Suh could improve as a pass-rusher but can be disruptive when he gets his hands into passing lanes, and he is as good as it gets against the run. There is no doubt he is a top-10 pick.