The scouts are investigating....And as far as I know, none of them have published personal attacks. Mr. Nolan on the other hand HASN'T even met Cam Newton and he sterotypes Newton into a class that he calls a "fraud" or a "fake" which is totally inappropriate and totally false. He smiles because he enjoys the game and I might actually consider some of his idiotic comments as truth if the Tigers of Auburn didn't win the National Championship. However, someone with a "fake smile", "selfish", "me-first", "enormous ego", "does not command respect from his teammates" will NOT win an NCAA National Championship. On top of that Newton did all of this while being under investigation.
Say what you want, however I know as an Auburn/UNC fan know that Cam is not even remotely close to being as self absorbed as Nowrocki says he is. He plays for the team and sometimes plays for himself, however he also plays for the crowd, which is why he is always smiling.
Scouts jobs aren't to publish anything. Their jobs are to report to NFL teams.
And if you read carefully, you'll find that the words "fraud", "fake" and "con artist" were things that people told him, not his own statements.
Now, should he only print the good things that people tell him about prospects, or the whole thing?
For that matter, does the "only say the good stuff" rule apply only to Newton or is that for all of them?