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Direckshun
10-13-2008, 01:10 AM
Here are things as they currently stand in my head.

I'm going to be realistic here, and assume that Bradford, Sanchez, and Freeman do not declare. They don't count here, then.

1st round

Matt Stafford, Georgia -- Stafford is a lot of things, but he's got an NFL-sized body and durability. All the tools, currently he's #1 on my list.

2nd round

Colt McCoy, Texas -- I think McCoy is late 1st quality, and if he falls to us there are certainly worse options.

3rd round

Tim Tebow, Florida -- I know it's kosher to hate Tebow, but the 3rd is probably the soonest I'd consider taking him.

Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State -- Guy tore it up for a while at OU, and has since been shredding lesser talent at SHS. If he hadn't been booted off the squad at OU he'd be a name in this Draft.

4th round

Chase Daniel, Missouri -- To me, Daniel looks like the Colt Brennan of 2009. He's a project, and a really unorthodox pick. But he's got golden intangibles, and I think he has what it takes.

Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas -- 72% completion rate. 14 TDs, 0 INTs. 9.2 avg.

5th round

Max Hall, BYU -- How are people not talking about Hall? He only leads the most dynamic offense in the country. Like most QBs from weaker divisions, he's a project, but this guy is hell on wheels with that BYU offense.

Curtis Painter, Purdue -- Painter's alright, but he deserves none of the hype he's bringing in. Strong guy who runs a pro style offense, that's about it.

6th round

Tom Brandstater, Fresno State -- This guy has a lot of promise, but he is incredibly inconsistent. I want to see more from Brandstater.

Cullen Harper, Clemson -- If we draft Harper, it better be as a backup. I have seen nothing from him that suggests he has a future as an NFL starter.

7th round

Graham Harrell, Texas Tech -- I just love his production, but nothing about his diminuitive size nor the kooky offense he plays in.

SBK
10-13-2008, 09:15 PM
I think the #1 guy on your list will be available for us at #1 :)

Direckshun
10-14-2008, 12:54 AM
Yeah, but oddly enough I think I'd prefer Michael Johnson at #1. I might even prefer Michael Oher.

Mecca
10-14-2008, 07:25 AM
Um you have some of those guys listed way to low....Cullen Harper is probably at worst a high 3rd round pick.

Chiefnj2
10-14-2008, 09:51 AM
You want a good small school prospect - Tim Hiller.

SBK
10-14-2008, 04:58 PM
Yeah, but oddly enough I think I'd prefer Michael Johnson at #1. I might even prefer Michael Oher.

You're moving over to the dark side. You're soon going to be best buddies with the BPA crowd, which really stands for B (anyone) P (but a) A (quarterback)...

Watch Stafford some more, he's a stud. Of course, so is Oher and Johnson. :D

Direckshun
10-14-2008, 08:10 PM
Um you have some of those guys listed way to low....Cullen Harper is probably at worst a high 3rd round pick.

Wasn't Harper benched in the last week or so?

I'm going to need more tape of all of these guys, regardless. Most of the smaller school guys I've only seen play a half or so.

Frankie
10-15-2008, 02:21 PM
Here are things as they currently stand in my head.

I'm going to be realistic here, and assume that Bradford, Sanchez, and Freeman do not declare. They don't count here, then.

1st round

Matt Stafford, Georgia -- Stafford is a lot of things, but he's got an NFL-sized body and durability. All the tools, currently he's #1 on my list.

2nd round

Colt McCoy, Texas -- I think McCoy is late 1st quality, and if he falls to us there are certainly worse options.

At where you are picking them I prefer McCoy.

What if Bradford comes out?

Direckshun
10-15-2008, 05:08 PM
At where you are picking them I prefer McCoy.

What if Bradford comes out?

I need to see more of Bradford at this point. I'm not as high after the Texas game.

milkman
10-15-2008, 09:17 PM
At where you are picking them I prefer McCoy.

What if Bradford comes out?

Yeah, excuse me, but you wouldn't know a good QB if he hit on the back of the head with a 50 yard pass as you were trying to run away after telling him he sucks.

Frankie
10-15-2008, 10:21 PM
Yeah, excuse me, but you wouldn't know a good QB if he hit on the back of the head with a 50 yard pass as you were trying to run away after telling him he sucks.

Sorry, Bill Walsh.
:rolleyes:

sfchief
10-17-2008, 11:20 AM
I like Colt McCoy more and more. He has good not great arm, but is very accurate throws into small windows and has average receivers who he is making look good. He has nice footwork and can scramble something he will have to do for aleast 2 years with the chiefs.
little background
http ://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/news;_ylt=Ajqry_H.vmEPpdFM_CEKXc4cvrYF?slug=jn-mccoy101708&prov=yhoo&type=lgns
link is broken up so I could post you will have to fix it

suds79
10-19-2008, 08:01 AM
What I like about McCoy more & more is his accuracy. That's should be the #1 thing to look for in finding a QB.

And as a plus he's athletic also.

I'm just getting to a point to where I don't see much of a fault.

... I guess he could stand to gain a few lbs at 6'3 210.

milkman
10-19-2008, 08:16 AM
What I like about McCoy more & more is his accuracy. That's should be the #1 thing to look for in finding a QB.

And as a plus he's athletic also.

I'm just getting to a point to where I don't see much of a fault.

... I guess he could stand to gain a few lbs at 6'3 210.

10-15 lbs would be a welcome addition.

What stands out to me is how much he's matured over last season.

I know he was playing with a shoulder problem last year, but I just didn't see the same leadership and determination that I see this year.

He's grown into a kid that makes plays in the clutch.

He's maintaining his composure and making good decisions.

Frankie
10-19-2008, 11:19 AM
What I like about McCoy more & more is his accuracy. That's should be the #1 thing to look for in finding a QB.

And as a plus he's athletic also.

I'm just getting to a point to where I don't see much of a fault.

... I guess he could stand to gain a few lbs at 6'3 210.

He's my strong 2nd choice among the QBs so far. Behind Bradford, who is just as accurate and looks taller. I don't believe McCoy is 6'3" tall.