2005 Draft Scouting Reports: Rocky Mountains

Idaho has been on the travel itinerary of a lot of Pacific Northwest scouts this year who usually pay just passing interest. Not only has NAIA power Lewis-Clark State produced its usual assortment of mid- to late-round picks, but the Idaho prep ranks are also the deepest in years, with at least four legitimate draft picks. Montana has just one legitimate prospect, while Wyoming has no one who will be drafted.

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