Wednesday, February 10, 2010

2010 NFL Combine: QB Overview

List of Quarterbacks Invited to NFL Combine:
Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Levi Brown, Troy
Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
Sean Canfield, Oregon State
Daryll Clark, Penn State
Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State
Max Hall, BYU
Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
Mike Kafka, Northwestern
Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke
Colt McCoy, Texas
Tony Pike, Cincinnati
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
John Skelton, Fordham
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
Jeavan Snead, Mississippi
Tim Tebow, Florida

Juniors:
Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame
Jeavan Snead, Mississippi

Played in Senior Bowl:
Jarrett Brown, West Virginia
Sean Canfield, Oregon State
Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
Tony Pike, Cincinnati
Zac Robinson, Oklahoma State
Tim Tebow, Florida

Played in East West:
Daryll Clark, Penn State
Max Hall, BYU
Mike Kafka, Northwestern
John Skelton, Fordham

Played in Texas vs. Nation:
Levi Brown, Troy
Tim Hiller, Western Michigan
Thaddeus Lewis, Duke

Surprising guys left off:
Jonathan Crompton, Tennessee
Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington
Ryan Perrilloux, Jacksonville State
Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
Bill Stull, Pittsburgh


Story Lines:
Tim Tebow – The national media, NFL Network, ESPN will be all over his every move. He should test well, but in the quarterback drills I expect him to struggle.

Jimmy Clausen – Had toe surgery in the off-season, so won’t be able to compete in drills at the NFL Combine, will have to wait until Notre Dame Pro Day.

Sam Bradford – His camp is keeping it quite on how much he will participate in the NFL Combine, if he is able to show he is 100 percent and does well, it will help him try to get to the number one overall pick.

Tim Hiller – Needs to show better consistency then he did at the Texas vs. the Nation game, last week in El Paso.

Daryll Clark – Needs to bounce back from his East-West game performance or NFL teams might ask him to move to running back.

Jeavan Snead – Snead could take advantage of the NFL Combine will a great week could help his draft status, since he had an up and down junior year.

Sean Canfield – Canfield had a rough Senior Bowl performance and could use the NFL Combine to show his ability to NFL scout, and that his week down in Mobile wasn’t the real Canfield.

Jarrett Brown – Brown needs to show that he can be a complete quarterback and not just a great athlete.

John Skelton – Skelton will need to show better foot work and mechanics in the quarterback drills.

Levi Brown – Brown looked a little stiff in his throwing motion at the Texas vs. the Nation game and hopeful can show some more flexibility at the NFL Combine.

Tony Pike – Will Pike weight in at more then he did at the Senior Bowl?

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  2. I wanted to share with you a great highlight video I posted of quarterback John Skelton (Fordham) on YouTube. John has been invited to the NFL combine this year, but because he hails from such a small university, there isn’t much footage of him out there – until now.

    http://bit.ly/cqsLS9

    A lot of buzz has been generated about John and his 6’5’’, 250-pound frame – but it’s his powerful arm and deceptive speed that I think will make him a success in the NFL. Like all college quarterbacks, he has some learning to do before he’s ready to compete at the highest level, but you can’t argue with the game footage I’ve compiled here. In a year of “weak” quarterbacks, I think John really stands out.

    Anyway, I thought you would be interested in the clip, and I think your blog readers would be too. Keep up the great work!

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