With the completion of the 2o10 NFL Scouting Combine we’ve got some more information about those NFL prospects we covet so much.
This list of lists about the 2010 quarterback class will make you smarter on draft day:
1. Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame — Discussed in detail in his 2010 Target Dossier.
2. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma — Discussed in detail in his 2010 Target Dossier.
3. Colt McCoy, Texas — A likely second- or third-round choice, McCoy doesn’t have a cannon for an arm and doesn’t have “ideal size” coveted by so many scouts, but he’s very accurate and can lead a team and an offense.
1. Jarrett Brown, West Virginia, 4.54 — At 6-4, 221 pounds he has the size of a big-time NFL passer. He never had a chance to show off his arm for the Mountaineers, but reports say it is impressive. Those attributes plus his athleticism will make him a project QB.
2. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 4.66 — If that top list had gone to 5, LeFevour would have been on it.
3. Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State, 4.71 — Impressive at the Senior Bowl, he threw for 176 yards and a TD. You’ll find him in the Vertical Jump Top 3 as well.
1. Daryll Clark, Penn State, 21 — A project pick at best, Clark helped his chances in the only measurable event he competed in at the combine.
2. Levi Brown, Troy, 20 — He threw for 4,000 yards and 23 TDs in 2009, but will be a huge project.
3. Tim Hiller, Western Michigan, 18 — Strong arm and good college production at a small college. Another potential project who might be picked because he has good size.
1. Tim Tebow, Florida, 38.5 — The Florida offense gave Tebow the opportunity to be a great NCAA quarterback. His athleticism was apparent at the combine. Can he be more than a Wildcat quarterback in the NFL?
2. Robinson, 35
3. Jarrett Brown, 34.5
1. Tebow, 6.66
2. Lefevour, 6.93
3. Mike Kafka, Northwestern, 6.96 — Excelled at the East-West Shrine game, leading the East on a game-winning drive. He’s a late-round selection.
1. Hiller, 9’10
2. Tebow, 9’07
3. Jarrett Brown, 9’06
3. McCoy, 9’06