The first major scouting event for the 2011 NFL Draft took place in Orlando Jan. 17-20 as scouts descended upon the Sunshine State to watch more than 100 seniors take part in Shrine Bowl practices. What follows is a list of players who helped themselves most during the week of practice, and a couple who didn't. The week was vitally important for Austin, who was suspended the entire 2010 season after violations of school and NCAA policy. He responded with a dominant week of practice, answering all questions scouts had about his ability on the field. Austin was virtually unstoppable from day one as he beat opponents off the snap or powerfully overran them when they tried to stop him. Blockers were reduced to double teaming and often holding Austin in an attempt to slow him down. He arrived in shape and ready to perform and leaves Orlando back in the conversation as a potential first-round pick.