Originally Posted by xztop123
What you guys are speculating on is how Bray might do if he were selected in the top 3 rounds.
The fact that he went undrafted means that he will never see whatever potential he may have. And the reason is that giving a QB a legit chance is a large commitment for a coaching staff, as far as the amount of work you're putting into one guy and neglecting from other possible QB's. This really speaks volumes to the fact that we've trotted Thigpen Huard Palko and Cassel out there... Especially the ones that we had invested the playbook and practice reps into.
Essentially what I'm saying is there are probably other Tom Brady's in the world that just never got the shot.
Not many other teams have an offense-minded HC, a OC who was a QB in the NFL, a QB coach, and a spread game analyst/special projects coach who has a background with QBs as well. There appears to be more coaches, on our team, to focus on the development of our 3rd string QB than on most other teams. Could be wishful thinking, but time will tell.