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2013 Quarterback Reports
Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 199
40: 4.76
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Aplin

School: Arkansas State
Position: QB
Bio: Three-year starter named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year last season after passing totals of 68%/3342 yards/24 TDs/4 interceptions as well as 438 yards rushing with six more scores. Junior passing totals included 63.9%/3588/19/16 when he also added a team-leading 588 yards rushing and 10 TDs. Initially awarded all-Conference honors as a sophomore when he passed for 3416 yards.
Positive: Small but tough quarterback with outstanding intangibles. Sells ball fakes, displays outstanding field vision, and quickly locates the open receiver. Makes good decisions in the pocket, knows where his receivers are, and shows timing on all his passes. Possesses a quick release. Accurate and puts the ball out in front of receivers, letting them run to the throw. Mobile, effective throwing on the move, and makes plays with his legs. Goes through receiver progressions and takes what the defense gives him.
Negative: Not a great downfield passer. Lacks pocket stature and classic size.
Analysis: Aplin was a productive college quarterback effective in all areas of the game. A true leader on the field, he stayed away from mental mistakes but lacks the size and arm strength to play at the next level. Aplin will get consideration in a West Coast or pistol offense, thanks to his accuracy and ability to make plays with his legs.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 228
40: 4.99
Year: 4Sr

Matt Barkley

School: USC
Position: QB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his junior season in 2011. Suffered a right shoulder injury during the final regular season game against UCLA and couldn E(TM)t play in the Sun Bowl. Senior passing totals included 63.6%/3273 yards/36 TDs/15 interceptions. Junior passing totals included 69.1%/3528/39/7.
Positive: Accurate pocket passer coming off a disappointing senior campaign. Patient and knows where his receivers are. Natural looking off the safety. Stands strong in the face of pressure, takes a big hit in order to get throws away, and resilient. Senses the rush, possesses a quick release, and immediately gets rid of the ball. Shows a sense of timing on throws and delivers the pass with an over-the-top motion. Throws beautiful strikes down the field, putting the pass where only his receiver can make receptions. Possesses adequate arm strength, good long accuracy, and consistently gives receivers a chance to make receptions. Will pull the ball down and take off up the field rather than force passes into a covered target. Consistently locates the open wideout. Commands and controls the offense and for the most part, stays away from mental mistakes.
Negative: Struggled with his entire game in 2012. Made questionable throws, stared down receivers, and incorrectly read defenses. Struggled with the outs and lost accuracy the further outside the numbers he threw the ball. Didn E(TM)t display his usual solid field vision, which resulted in lost opportunities for the offense. Not a signal caller who will pick up yardage with his legs and may struggle in a system which requires him to roll outside the pocket and throw on the move. Lacks elite arm strength.
Analysis: Hopes were high for Barkley entering the 2012 season, but he failed to meet expectations for a variety of reasons. At the top of his game he's a accurate passer who challenges opponents vertically and, for the most part, stays away from poor decision-making. Barkley doesn E(TM)t possess the elite arm strength but offers enough to play in most offensive systems. He offers the underlying ability to lead a franchise at the next level but must first prove last season was the exception to the rule.

Height: 6-6
Weight: 232
40: 5.05
Year: 3Jr

Tyler Bray

School: Tennessee
Position: QB
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after playing five games as a freshman. Junior totals from last season included 59.4%/3612/34/12 after 59.5%/1983/17/6 as a sophomore when he missed five contests with a fractured right thumb. Has been red-flagged with behavioral issues for several off-the-field incidents.
Positive: Strong-armed passer with early-round physical skills but late-round maturity. Patient, waits for receivers to come free before delivering the pass, and can make all the throws. Displays a nice sense for knowing where his receivers are on the field. Remains poised as the pocket collapses around him and, for the most part, throws with good accuracy. Easily drives deep passes down the field getting long throws out in front of receivers and putting air under the ball. Leads receivers over the middle, zips the outs, and gets the ball through tight windows. Throws beautiful strikes down the field and rarely has receivers waiting on the ball. Senses the rush, remains calm, and steps up to buy time. Effectively commands the offense and puts touch on throws when necessary. Loses nothing getting outside the pocket and throwing on the move.
Negative: Not a quarterback who will pick up yardage with his legs. Misreads the defense, does not always find the safety, and at times late locating the open receiver. Has a streaky game and inconsistent accuracy. Off the field issues have raised major concerns.
Analysis: From the time he stepped into the starting lineup as a freshman, Bray displayed the skills necessary to lead a franchise at the next level. He offers pocket-passer size, the arm strength for the vertical game, and the accuracy to be a consistent winner in the NFL. His mechanics and decision-making both on and off the field leave much to be desired. Bray comes with tremendous upside potential but must polish his game and his personality before he'll be ready for the next level.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 223
40: 4.94
Year: 5Sr

Matt Brown

School: Illinois State
Position: QB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season. Missouri Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year last season after passing totals of 62%/3370 yards/27 TDs/12 Interceptions. Junior totals included 2187 yards passing with 18 touchdowns.
Positive: Well-sized pocket passer with a nice feel for the quarterback position. Displays good awareness and knows where his receivers are on the field. Senses pressure, steps up to avoid oncoming rushers, and shows the ability to get outside the pocket and throw on the move. Sells ball fakes and screen passes well. Patient in the pocket and buys time for receivers. Effectively commands the offense. Relatively accurate and gives his receivers a chance to make receptions. Throws a catchable pass and puts touch on the ball when necessary.
Negative: Lacks the big-league arm, cannot drive deep passes, and long throws tend to hang in the air. Often high of the mark when he tries to puts extra zip on throws.
Analysis: Brown was an effective game manager on the small-school level and offers potential as a reserve in a timing or West Coast offense.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 212
40: 4.71
Year: 5Sr

Colby Cameron

School: Louisiana Tech
Position: QB
Bio: 2012 WAC Offensive Player of the Year after putting up career-best passing numbers of 68.8%/1 4147 yards/31 TDs/5 Interceptions. Junior totals included 56.4%/1403/11/2 in six games.
Positive: Accurate timing passer who elevated his game last season. Patient, displays terrific poise in the pocket, and does a great job commanding the offense. Knows where his receivers are on the field, looks away from covered targets and does not make mental mistakes. Sells ball fakes. Goes through progressions with good timing. Accurate on short passes and does a nice job putting the ball where only his receiver can make receptions.
Negative: Lacks a big-time arm and struggles putting speed on throws. High off the mark when he tries to power the ball into targets. Marginal downfield accuracy.
Analysis: Cameron did an exceptional job as a senior and is a precise quarterback who makes proper choices in the pocket. He lacks great physical skills for the next level but is a solid fit in a West Coast or timing offense as a backup.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 224
40: 4.83
Year: 5Sr

Alex Carder

School: Western Michigan
Position: QB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. Played in just six games as a senior, missing time with a hand injury, and finished the year with 58.5%/1652 yards/15 TDs/10 INTs. Junior totals included 65.7%/3873/31/14.
Positive: Accurate timing passer who gets the most from his ability. Remains poised in the pocket, buys time for receivers, and spreads the ball around to all his targets. Sells ball fakes, knows where his receivers are, and finds the open wideout. Does not have receivers waiting on passes and shows the ability to accurately place throws. Always appears to be in control of the situation.
Negative: Does not always make the correct defensive reads and will force the ball into double coverage on occasion. Telegraphs his throws. Lacks the big-time arm.
Analysis: Carder was a productive college quarterback but lacks the physical skills to be anything other than a backup at the next level. He's best suited for a timing or West Coast offense, though Carder must significantly cut down on the number of interceptions he throws to make it out of camp this summer.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 239
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Dayne Crist

School: Kansas
Position: QB
Bio: Notre Dame transfer who started seven games last season, finishing with 47.7%/1313 yards/4 TDs/9 INTs. Started nine games for Notre Dame in 2010 and passed for 2033 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Positive: Athletically gifted signal caller with an inconsistent game. Offers nice pocket stature, NFL arm strength, and the ability to elude the rush. Patient in the pocket, goes through receiver progressions, and throws with an over-the-top delivery. Puts touch on throws when necessary and easily delivers the pass on the move.
Negative: Consistently late with his throws and has receivers waiting on the ball or adjusting backwards to grab the errant pass. Inaccurate and sprays throws around the field. Does not react well under pressure.
Analysis: Crist had an up-and-down college career at both Notre Dame and Kansas. He offers next-level physical skills, yet makes too many mental and mechanical errors to get serious consideration. Crist is a practice-squad prospect who must quickly elevate his game and reduce his mistakes to have a career in the NFL.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 231
40: 4.86
Year: 5Sr

Zac Dysert

School: Miami-Oh
Position: QB
Bio: Four-year starter who finished his senior campaign throwing for 62.9%/3483 yards/25 TDs/12 INTs. Junior totals included 65.8%/3513/23/11.
Positive: Smart signal caller who's been consistent on the college level. Patient in the pocket, knows where his receivers are, and uses all his targets. Sees the field, goes to secondary targets and rarely makes mental mistakes. Remains poised under the rush, sidesteps defenders to buy time in the pocket, and consistently keeps his eyes down the field looking for open receivers. Fluid getting outside the tackle box and easily delivers the ball on the move. Throws with an over-the-top delivery, displays a sense of timing on passes, and puts touch on the ball when necessary. Accurate, puts air under deep throws, and gives receivers a chance to make receptions.
Negative: Lacks the big-time arm and cannot power the ball through tight spots. Throws a lot screens/receiver screens which pad his statistics. Needs to improve the overall placement of his throws.
Analysis: Dysert was a productive college signal caller and possesses outstanding intangibles for the position. He offers starting potential in a timing or West Coast offense and should produce at the next level if surrounded with talented playmakers.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
40: 4.88
Year: 4Sr

Grant Enders

School: Towson
Position: QB
Bio: Two-year starter for Towson, winning all-Conference honors after each campaign. Senior passing totals included 65.6%/2332 yards/19 TDs/8 interceptions after 67.3%/2081/5/8 as a junior.
Positive: Two-year starter for Towson, winning all-Conference honors after each campaign. Senior passing totals included 65.6%/2332 yards/19 TDs/8 interceptions after 67.3%/2081/5/8 as a junior.
Negative: Lacks pocket stature. Possesses an average arm, cannot drive the ball downfield, and is usually high of the mark when he tries to power the ball through tight windows.
Analysis: Enders was a solid quarterback the past two seasons. His short-range accuracy coupled with his understanding of the game could help garner a spot on a practice squad for a West Coast offense.

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Year: 4Sr

Nick Florence

School: Baylor
Position: QB
Bio: Took over the starting job at Baylor last season and finished the year with 61.6%/4309 yards/33 TDs/13 INTs. Started nine games as a freshman in 2009 after Robert Griffin went down with an injury and completed 62% of his throws for 1786 yards.
Positive: Smart, patient passer with marginal physical skills. Buys time in the pocket, scans the field, and goes through receiver progressions. Resilient, takes a big hit in order to get the throw away, and does an outstanding job leading the offense. Displays a nice sense for what's happening on the field and quickly locates the open wideout.
Negative: Struggles under pressure. Lacks an NFL arm. Throws high of the mark when he tries to put extra speed on throws.
Analysis: Florence stepped into the starting lineup last season and was incredibly productive for Baylor, exceeding expectations. He makes good decisions in the pocket, yet lacks next-level physical skills. Florence announced two months ago he would not seek a career in professional football.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 215
40: 5.02
Year: 5Sr

Kyle Frazier

School: Monmouth
Position: QB
Bio: Full-time starter the past three seasons after seeing significant action with the first-team as a freshman. Totals last season included 67.4%/2431 yards/17 TDs/10 interceptions.
Positive: Undersized college passer with a nice feel for the quarterback position. Senses the rush, steps up to avoid it, and remains patient in the pocket. Stays with the action, works to make positive plays and knows where receivers are on the field. Takes off with the ball if receivers are covered, rather than forcing passes. A decisive passer who goes to secondary targets if necessary. Puts touch on throws when necessary.
Negative: Marginal arm strength and cannot drive the deep ball. Does not consistently throw with an over-the-top delivery and slings the ball from the side.
Analysis: Frazier was an accurate small-school passer but possesses limited physical skills and upside potential for the next level. He could find a spot on a practice squad in a West Coast offense, but his inconsistent mechanics and size will make it hard for him to stick.

Height: 6-7
Weight: 225
40: 4.97
Year: 5Sr

Mike Glennon

School: North Carolina State
Position: QB
Bio: Two-year starter who finished his senior season passing for 58.5%/4031 yards/31 TDs/17th Interceptions. Junior totals included 62.5%/3054/31/12.
Positive: Tall, physically gifted passer who must improve his decision-making. Stands in against the rush, displays a lot of toughness, and resilient. Has thick skin, bounces back from mistakes, and keeps his team in the game. Directs the offense, remains poised under the rush, and takes a big hit in order to get the pass away. Displays good timing on outs, drives the ball downfield, and shows the ability to deliver beautiful passes. Continually keeps his eyes downfield and, for the most part, accurate. Effective when he looks off the safety. Has the arm strength to make all the throws. Spreads the ball around and uses all his targets.
Negative: Shows a lot of indecision in the pocket, misreads the defense, and puts the ball up for grabs. Slow to move his head away from the primary target. Makes some head-scratching decisions or dangerous throws on occasion and not always on the same page as his receivers. Can be all over the place with passes and constantly has targets reaching backwards or getting vertical to grab errant throws.
Analysis: Glennon's arm strength passes the eyeball test and he's a signal caller who wows scouts on occasion. He has physical skills to start at the next level, yet needs to improve his decision-making, accuracy, and passing mechanics. Glennon comes with a huge upside, yet needs a lot of work and is not the sure-thing that many are making him out to be.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 205
40: 4.88
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Griffin

School: Tulane
Position: QB
Bio: Four-year starter who posted 62.2%/2771/22 TDs/11 interceptions in nine games as a senior. Junior totals included 55.6%/2502/13/10.
Positive: Undersized but accurate passer who does the little things well. Patient in the pocket, buys time for receivers, and works to make positive plays. Looks off the safety, quickly locates the open receiver, and puts touch on throws. Stands in against the rush taking a big hit in order to get the pass away. Has the ability to get outside the pocket and make throws on the move.
Negative: Does not have the arm strength necessary to power the ball through the tight windows and is often high of the mark when he attempts to put extra speed on throws. Replaced during the season due to ineffectiveness.
Analysis: Griffin was a solid college quarterback but lacks the size and arm strength to play at the next level. The ability to make the throw on the move or improvise when plays break down could help him catch on as a third quarterback for a West Coast or pistol offense.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 220
40: 4.76
Year: 4Sr

Steele Jantz

School: Iowa State
Position: QB
Bio: Started eight games as a senior, posting 62.1%/1603/yards/13 TDs/12 INTs while adding 216 yards rushing. Started seven games as a junior and totaled 1519 yards passing and 216 yards on the ground.
Positive: Athletic quarterback who makes plays as a passer and as a ballcarrier. Displays nice pocket sense, natural looking off the safety, and quickly locates the open wideout. Possesses deceptive arm strength and can put the deep throw out in front of receivers to let them run to the ball. Stands in the pocket and takes a big hit in order to get the throw away. Elusive carrying the ball and makes defenders miss in the open field.
Negative: Late with his throws and has receivers waiting on passes. Does not always find the safety and struggles with his reads.
Analysis: The ability to produce as a passer and ball carrier out of the pocket will give Jantz an opportunity as a pistol-style quarterback at the next level.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 225
40: 5.03
Year: 5Sr

Landry Jones

School: Oklahoma
Position: QB
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after passing totals of 66.1%/4267 yards/30 TDs/11 INTs. Junior numbers included 63.2%/4463 yards/29/15. All-Conference selection as a sophomore after posting career numbers of 65.6%/4718/38/12.
Positive: Productive college quarterback with solid potential for the next level. Sells ball fakes, displays a nice sense of knowing where his receivers are on the field, and stands strong in the pocket. Takes a big hit in order to get the throw away and effectively commands the offense. Quickly sets up in the pocket and steps up to avoid the rush. Displays both accuracy and timing throwing out patterns. Possesses a good arm with the ability to power the ball through the tight windows. Also, puts touch on throws when necessary.
Negative: Inconsistent reading defenses and doesn E(TM)t do a good job finding the defensive backs. More often than not throws behind receivers or misses open targets, which results in lost opportunities for the offense. Struggles under the rush and makes poor choices when he must leave the pocket. Not an elusive passer who will scramble away from defenders.
Analysis: Many projected Jones as a top-10 selection after his sensational sophomore campaign, yet the Oklahoma quarterback has watched his game regress in many areas the past two seasons. He possesses the physical skills to start in the NFL, yet needs to be more consistent with his reads, decision-making and must stay away from mental mistakes.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 226
40: 4.72
Year: 5Sr

Collin Klein

School: Kansas State
Position: QB
Bio: Two year starter named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year in 2012 after passing numbers of 64.8%/2641 yards/16 TDs/9 INTs. Also added ground numbers of 207 carries/920 yards/23 TDs. Junior ground totals included 317/1141/27. Combined for 50 touchdowns on the ground and 29 through the air the past two seasons.
Positive: Super productive college player who may never be an NFL ready quarterback. Makes good choices in the pocket, displays terrific field awareness, and improvises when plays breakdown. Senses pressure and steps up to avoid the rush or pick up yardage with his legs. Buys time for receivers, puts air under the deep throw, and gives pass catchers a chance to make receptions. Consistently keeps his eyes downfield looking for open wideouts. Outstanding job commanding the offense and always in control of the situation.
Negative: Has a short-throwing motion, pushes passes, and cannot drive the ball downfield. Struggles with his accuracy. As much a threat running with the ball as he is throwing it.
Analysis: Klein was an outstanding college signal caller and a true leader on the field who consistently found ways to put points on the board. He possesses the size and athleticism to play the next level, yet needs a overhaul of his mechanics. Klein is worth placing on the practice squad and he may get an opportunity early in his NFL career in certain wildcat and red-zone packages.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 230
40: 5.16
Year: 5Sr

Peter Lalich

School: California-Pa
Position: QB
Bio: Two-year starter who began his college career at Virginia. Senior totals included 63.1%/2413 yards/21 TDs/10 interceptions. All-Conference selection as a junior after passing for 3725 yards and 31 touchdowns.
Positive: Well-sized timing passer, coming off a disappointing season. Patient in the pocket, scans the field, and understands the position. Remains poised under the rush, senses pressure, and steps up to avoid it. Stands strong in the pocket, locates the open receiver, and typically throws with accuracy. Sells the play action pass and flashes the ability to get outside the pocket to throw on the move. Almost always on the same page as receivers and does a terrific job commanding the offense.
Negative: Lacks the big-time arm, cannot zip the outs, and his deep throws tend to hang in the air. Occasionally puts the ball up for grabs or throws the errant pass.
Analysis: Lalich displays a terrific head for the position yet lacks next-level physical skills. His accuracy, timing, and ability to see the field will give him a chance to make a practice squad in a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 236
40: 4.59
Year: 5Sr

E.J. Manuel

School: Florida State
Position: QB
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons and awarded all-Conference honors as a senior. Passing totals last season included 68%/3392 yards/23 TDs/10 Interceptions. Junior totals included 65.3%/2666/18/8.
Positive: Athletic quarterback who makes plays with his arm and legs. Patient in the pocket, remains poised under the rush, and possesses a quick, powerful release. Gets rid of the ball with a flick of his wrist, drives deep passes downfield or powers the ball through tight windows. Loses nothing passing on the move, effective running with the ball, and keeps the play in bounds trying to pick up as much yardage as possible. Flashes the ability to throw beautiful strikes down the field. Can escape the rush, improvises when things break down, and makes a lot of athletic plays on the field. Consistently keeps his eyes downfield looking for targets and stays in the game.
Negative: Inconsistent with his mechanics setting up and delivering the ball. Must improve his accuracy and pass placement. Late getting the ball to receivers or finding secondary targets. Doesn't show good timing on throws. Makes poor choices throwing the ball.
Analysis: From a physical standpoint Manuel rates with any quarterback in this draft, yet he displayed minimal development last season at the position. He offers starting potential at the next level, yet is a passer who needs work from the ground up and is a long way from being NFL-ready.

Height: 6-0
Weight: 198
40: 4.93
Year: 5Sr

Matt McGloin

School: Penn State
Position: QB
Bio: Took over the starting job as a senior and threw for 60.5 %/3266 yards/24TDs/5 INTs. Part-time starter the previous two seasons.
Positive: Accurate-timing passer best in the short and intermediate field. Patient in the pocket, sells ball fakes, and buys as much time as possible for receivers. Sidesteps the blitz, shows the ability to scramble away from the rush, and keeps his eyes downfield. Effectively controls the offense, knows where his receivers are on the field, and goes to secondary targets when necessary.
Negative: Lacks the big-time arm and the ability to power the ball through the small windows. Ineffective getting the ball downfield, which results in lost opportunities for the offense. Does not consistently follow through over his top foot.
Analysis: McGloin turned in a terrific senior season, yet has limited physical skills and upside potential for the next level. His best opportunity at the next level is latching on with a West Coast or timing offense.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 228
40: 4.96
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Nassib

School: Syracuse
Position: QB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors as a senior after totals of 62.4%/3749 yards/26 TDs/10 INTs. Set a Syracuse single-season record for passing yards, touchdown passes, and completions last year. Junior totals included 62.4%/2685/22/4.
Positive: High-percentage passer with a terrific feel for the quarterback position. Patient, stands strong in the pocket, and takes a big hit in order to get throws away. Sees the field, goes through receiver progressions, and improvises when things break down. Makes good decisions under the rush. Always in control of situations and does an outstanding job commanding the offense. Goes to the safe underneath outlet if nothing is available downfield, displays the ability to get outside the tackle box, and loses nothing throwing on the move. Spreads the ball around and uses all his targets. Knows where his receivers are and quickly locates the open wideout. Possesses an explosive release and shows good speed on the intermediate throws. Can power the ball through tight windows and throws difficult out patterns well.
Negative: Inefficient setting up to throw and wastes a lot of movement. Stiff and mechanical in his throwing motion, which often results in inaccurate passes. Has a lot of passes dropped or bobbled. Lacks great pocket height. Must learn to take something off throws and improve his touch passes. Not a great scrambler.
Analysis: Nassib was incredibly productive in college and projects well to the next level. He has the ability to start in a variety of offensive systems but needs to fine-tune his mechanics and learn to put touch on throws.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 221
40: 4.75
Year: 4Jr

Kyle Padron

School: Eastern Washington
Position: QB
Bio: Played in 11 games last season, throwing for 59.1%/2491 yards/17 TDs/7 INTs. Began his college career at SMU, where he started 14 games as a sophomore in 2010 and posted 59.4%/3828/31/14. Played in just three games the following year.
Positive: One time highly rated quarterback prospect whose game has fallen off the past two years. For the most part, throws with good technique, puts touch on passes when necessary, and gets the ball downfield. Senses pressure and steps up in the pocket to buy time. Often puts the proper touch on throws. Can zip the outs. Immediately gets the ball to the intended target and displays good velocity on all his throws. Good timing passer who does not leave receivers waiting.
Negative: Gets rattled under pressure and tends to get too excited in big games. Does not always find the safety. Slow progressing to his secondary targets and then forces the ball into coverage.
Analysis: Padron looked like a legitimate NFL prospect after his sophomore season in 2010, but has since turned in mediocre results. He possesses the underlying skills to play at the next level but really needs to improve on the mental aspect of his game and get his confidence back to make it out of camp this summer.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 219
40: 5.04
Year: 5Sr

Sean Renfree

School: Duke
Position: QB
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 67.3%/3113 yards/19 TDs/10 interceptions as a senior. Junior totals included 65%/2891/14/11.
Positive: High-percentage passer who makes good choices on the field. Remains poised in the pocket, buys time for receivers, and does a terrific job commanding the offense. Stays calm under the rush, keeps his eyes downfield, and finds the open wideout. Takes the underneath outlet if nothing else is available. Shows pocket awareness, sells ball fakes, and throws with good pass placement. Sits in the pocket and takes a pounding in order to get the ball away. Displays good timing on throws and doesn E(TM)t have receivers waiting for the ball.
Negative: Not an agile quarterback who can escape the rush. Lacks the big-time arm and struggles getting speed on passes. High of the mark when he tries to zip the ball.
Analysis: Renfree was a productive college quarterback who lacks the arm strength necessary for the next level. His accuracy and field awareness could help him catch on as a third passer in a West Coast offense.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 212
40: 4.78
Year: 5Sr

Jordan Rodgers

School: Vanderbilt
Position: QB
Bio: Junior-college transfer and brother to Green Bay Packer quarterback Aaron Rogers. Senior passing totals included 59.9%/2539 yards /15 TD's/5 INTs after 50%/1524/9/10 as a junior.
Positive: Athletic college quarterback with marginal passing skills. Possesses a quick release, strong arm, and the ability to power the ball through tight windows. Natural looking off the safety, elusive, and can escape the rush. Effectively commands the offense and works to make positive plays.
Negative: Shows indecision in the pocket when pressured, holds the ball too long, and tends to rush under the blitz. All over the place with throws and puts the ball into double coverage on occasion.
Analysis: Rodgers is more of a sandlot quarterback and best improvising when plays breakdown. He possesses the physical skills to play at the next level but needs a lot of work on his game and mechanics.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 213
40: 4.63
Year: 4Sr

Matt Scott

School: Arizona
Position: QB
Bio: All-Conference selection last season after becoming Arizona's starting quarterback. Passing numbers included 60.3%/3620 yards/27 TDs/14 Interceptions with rushing totals of 113 carries/506 yards/6 TDs. Took a redshirt season in 2011 after starting two games in 2010, throwing for 71%/776 yards/4/2.
Positive: Athletic quarterback who is rising up draft boards. Possesses an NFL arm, quickly releases the ball and displays terrific speed on all throws. Gets passes through the tight windows, drives the ball downfield, and loses nothing throwing on the run. Mobile, can escape the rush and picks up yardage with his legs. Sees the blitz, remains poised, and makes the proper choices under the rush. Terrific job commanding and controlling the offense. Stands in the pocket and takes a big hit in order to get throws away.
Negative: Must improve his defensive reads as he does not always find the safety or cornerback. Not always on the same page as receivers. Often puts receivers off balance trying to catch errant throws. Takes a while to set up and deliver the ball.
Analysis: Since moving into the starting lineup in September, Scott displayed almost weekly improvement and was sensational in the months leading up to the draft. He capitalized on a terrific combine performance with an outstanding pro-day session and offers the athleticism to play in multiple offensive schemes at the next level. Scott needs a lot of work on his game but has enough ability to develop into a starter for an NFL team.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 218
40: 4.58
Year: 4Sr

Geno Smith

School: West Virginia
Position: QB
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season. Passing totals last year included 71.2%/4205 yards/42 TDs/6 interceptions. Junior totals included 65.8%/4385/31/7.
Positive: Strong-armed passer with starting potential at the next level. Patient in the pocket and remains poised under the rush. Resilient, takes a beating but works hard to make plays. Displays good awareness, sells ball fakes, and knows where his receivers are on the field. Keeps his eyes downfield, finds the open wideout, and displays exceptional timing on throws. Possesses a quick release, immediately gets the ball out of his hands, and shows the ability to power the pass through tight windows. Can make all the throws, zipping the outs and driving deep passes. Puts air under the throw and consistently gives his receivers a chance to make receptions.
Negative: Footwork is inconsistent. Struggles with his defensive reads, does not always find the safety or cornerback and puts the pass up for grabs. Started quickly as a senior but struggled as the season progressed.
Analysis: Smith possesses the athleticism as well as the arm strength to start in the NFL and has shown himself to be a terrific leader on the field. He must improve his defensive reads and mechanics but offers significant upside.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 229
40: 4.95
Year: 4Sr

Brad Sorensen

School: Southern Utah
Position: QB
Bio: Former BYU quarterback who started at Southern Utah for three seasons, winning all-Conference honors after each campaign. Senior totals included 62.2%/3139 yards/23 TDs/10 INTs. Junior statistics included 67.8%/3143/17/11 after 66.9%/3163/21/6 as a sophomore.
Positive: Strong-armed pocket passer with nice size. Patient in the pocket and buys as much time as necessary for receivers. Senses the rush, steps up to avoid it, and remains poised. Throws with an over-the-top delivery and passes explode from his hand. Powers the ball through the tight spots, puts air under deep passes, and easily zips the outs. Loses nothing throwing on the move and easily gets rid the ball with a flick of his wrist. Stands in the pocket and takes a big hit in order to get the throw away. Sells ball fakes. Effectively commands the offense.
Negative: Must improve his accuracy and pass placement. Constantly overthrows receivers, forcing them to adjust to make the catch, and all too often misses big opportunities. Stares down the target and rarely moves his head from the primary receiver. Must improve his touch passes.
Analysis: Sorensen is a big-armed pocket passer with the ability to make all the throws. Though he possesses the physical tools the play at the next level but he must improve his mechanics, accuracy, and intangibles. Although incredibly productive the past three seasons, Sorensen never consistently progressed on the field and as a result will fall deep into the draft.

Height: 5-11.5
Weight: 218
40: 4.95
Year: 5Sr

Tino Sunseri

School: Pittsburgh
Position: QB
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 65.1%/3288 yards/21 TDs/3 INTs as a senior after 64.2%/2616/10/11 the prior year.
Positive: Average-sized quarterback with minimal upside. Displays a sense of timing on throws and puts air under the deep ball. Knows where his receivers are. Improved his decision-making as a senior. Effectively controls the offense and locates the open wideout.
Negative: Struggles throwing on the move. Does not react well under pressure. Slow going to secondary targets. Lacks pocket size and stature.
Analysis: Sunseri had an up-and-down college career and is more of a game manager who lacks the physical skills for the next level.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 228
40: 4.83
Year: 5Sr

Caleb Terbush

School: Purdue
Position: QB
Bio: Part-time starter as a senior finishing the year with 57.1%/1150 yards/12 TDs/8 Interceptions. Junior totals included career numbers of 61.7%/1905/13/6.
Positive: Tall, strong-armed passer with an inconsistent game. Possesses a quick release, immediately gets the ball into targets, and shows speed on all his throws. Powers the ball through the small windows and drives deep passes down the field. Relatively athletic with the ability to get outside the pocket and make the throw on the move. Senses the rush, steps up to avoid defenders, and keeps his eyes downfield looking for pass catchers. Loses nothing throwing on the run.
Negative: Tends to stare down the primary target. Holds the ball too long in the pocket. Indecisive and slow to pull the trigger. Changes his point release, which hurts his accuracy.
Analysis: Terbush looks the part, yet only occasionally played to it the past two years. He possesses the athletic skills and arm strength to make an NFL roster and should get consideration on a practice squad.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 220
40: 4.64
Year:

Jeff Tuel

School: Washington State
Position: QB
Bio: Started seven games as a senior registering throwing numbers of 63.7%/2091 yards/8 TDs/8 interceptions. Started the first three games of the 2011 campaign before suffering a broken collarbone. Played 12 games as a sophomore in 2010 finishing with 59.8%/2780/18/12.
Positive: Patient, game manager who makes good decisions in the pocket. Buys time for receivers, displays good pocket awareness, and remains poised under pressure. Displays enough agility to elude defenders and make throws on the move. Accurate, gives his receivers a chance to make receptions, and displays nice timing on passes. Throws a catchable pass.
Negative: Lacks great pocket stature. Slow moving his head away from the primary target. Possesses average arm strength.
Analysis: Tuel was a consistent passer for Washington State but possesses minimal upside for the next level. He offers potential as a backup in a West Coast or timing offense.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 226
40: 4.83
Year: 5Sr

James Vandenberg

School: Iowa
Position: QB
Bio: Two-year starter whose senior passing numbers included 57.3%/2249 yards/7 TDs/8 Interceptions after 58.7%/3022/25/7 as a junior.
Positive: Intermediate passer with a streaky game. Patient, stands in the pocket, and takes a big hit in order to get the throw away. Works hard to avoid the rush, steps up to elude pressure, and can get outside the tackle box to buy time. Effectively sells ball fakes and quickly locates the open wideout. Usually gives his receivers a chance to make receptions.
Negative: Has receivers waiting on passes and overthrows open targets. Puts the ball up for grabs on occasion. Not a great scrambler.
Analysis: Vandenberg showed signs of becoming a prospect after his junior year then watched his game fall off a cliff last season. When hitting on all cylinders, he's a timing passer who can play in a West Coast offense, but Vandenberg lacks upside.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 215
40: 4.96
Year: 4Sr

Tyler Wilson

School: Arkansas
Position: QB
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 62.1%/3387 yards/21 TDs/13 Interceptions as a senior. All-Conference selection as a junior after passing for 3638 yards and 24 touchdowns.
Positive: Athletic, short-range passer best in a West Coast Offense. Patient in the pocket, buys time for receivers, and effectively reads the defense. On the same page as his receivers, goes through progressions, and finds the secondary target if the primary receiver is covered. Takes the safe underneath outlet if nothing is available, leaves the pocket as a last resort, and takes a big hit in order to get the pass away. Displays good zip on intermediate throws and shows the ability to get the ball through the tight windows. Possesses a quick release. Nimble, easily gets outside the pocket to make the throw on the move or picks up yardage with his legs when necessary. Puts the pass in front of receivers letting them run to the ball and shows solid accuracy. For the most part, stays away from mental mistakes.
Negative: Can E(TM)t drive the deep throw and not a vertical passer. Has a concussion history. Throws with a three-quarter delivery.
Analysis: Wilson did a terrific job taking over as the starter for Ryan Mallett in 2011 and is a high-percentage passer who stays away from mistakes. He offers starting potential as a West Coast or timing passer, though he's more of a game manager than franchise quarterback.

Updated 2/26
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
31stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
41stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
51stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
61stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
71stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
81stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
91stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
101stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
OLB4Sr
111stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
121stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
131stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
141stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr
151stJace Amaro
Texas Tech
TE3Jr
161stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
171stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
181stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
191stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
201stCyrus Kouandjio
Alabama
T3Jr
211stDerek Carr
Fresno State
QB5Sr
221-2Zack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
231-2Ra'Shede Hageman
Minnesota
DT5Sr
241stJohnny Manziel
Texas A&M
QB3So
251-2Jason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr