Quarterback Matt Scott only threw at the Arizona Wildcats Pro Day but he threw an astounding 85 passes, 20 more than the norm for his position at most of these workouts for NFL scouts.
The former UA signal-caller's stock has been rising after a record setting performance at the NFL's Scouting Combine in February.
Scott says he has spoken with the Eagles, Chargers, Cardinals, Seahawks, Redskins, Bills, and Jaguars. He plans to visit the Eagles on Monday and expects to work out for them in California at some point before the draft.
Philadelphia is coached by former Oregon head man Chip Kelly and if the Eagles were to draft Scott, he could find himself back in another position battle with former teammate Nick Foles.
Foles beat out Scott for the starting job here at Arizona three games into the 2009 season.
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