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TouchdownUSC
03-07-2008, 03:05 PM
So if we have a thread about running backs who are the top 5 qbs?

1. Tebow
2. Chase Daniel
3. Pat White
4. Mark Sanchez
5. Sam Bradford

neko4
03-07-2008, 03:07 PM
Here's a list, no order
Chase Daniel
Tim Tebow
Matt Stafford
Cullen Harper
The dude from Texas Tech
Todd Boeckman

Turtlepower
03-07-2008, 03:08 PM
1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
2. Cullen Harper, Clemson
3. Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan
4. Mark Sanchez, USC
5. Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State (Homer pick!!!)

neko4
03-07-2008, 03:09 PM
Ah, forgot about Lefevour

Turtlepower
03-07-2008, 03:14 PM
If Colt McCoy plays like he did as a freshman, he would be at the top of my list.

roidrunner
03-07-2008, 03:17 PM
1. Tebow
2. Chase Daniels
3. Matt Stafford
4. Sanchez
5. Hunter Cantwell (homer)

619
03-07-2008, 03:34 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Matt Stafford
3. Sam Bradford
4. Cullen Harper
5. Mark Sanchez

LonghornsLegend
03-07-2008, 03:38 PM
If Colt McCoy plays like he did as a freshman, he would be at the top of my list.

I wish I knew which guy was going to show up, he has the potential but he dissapears too often.


Here's a list, no order
Chase Daniel
Tim Tebow
Matt Stafford
Cullen Harper
The dude from Texas Tech
Todd Boeckman

Graham Harrell from Texas Tech, he should put up monster stats like every other tech qb, but this year he could break almost all of the passing records with crabtree.

Im_a_Romosexual
03-07-2008, 03:41 PM
Matt Stafford
Cullen Harper
Timmay Tebow
Jake Locker
Sam Bradford :/

Thunder&Lightning
03-07-2008, 04:00 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Matt Stafford
3. Sam Bradford
4. Chase Daniels
5. Mark Sanchez

etk
03-07-2008, 04:01 PM
Is this about QBs with actual talent or who will play like the best because of their system? Big question when Tebow is involved.

1. Robert Marve
2. Jacory Harris
3. Cannon Smith
4. Sam Bradford
5. Chase Daniel
6. Cullen Harper
7. Dan LeFevour
5. Chase Holbrook

Once again I might've forgot someone, and no it wasn't Tim Tebow or Matt Stafford.

KCJ58
03-07-2008, 04:01 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Chase Daniels
3. Sam Bradford
4. Matt Stafford
5. Rudy Carpenter

kwilk103
03-07-2008, 04:31 PM
no love for pat white?

not as a pro prospect, but he is def top 5 college qb

BigJohn98
03-07-2008, 04:42 PM
What the hell has Sanchez done?

princefielder28
03-07-2008, 04:48 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Dan LeFevour
3. Pat White
4. Chase Daniel
5. Matt Stafford

kwilk103
03-07-2008, 04:53 PM
What the hell has Sanchez done?

goes to usc?

highly recruited?

thats about it

is he even goin to be the starter?

princefielder28
03-07-2008, 04:56 PM
goes to usc?

highly recruited?

thats about it

is he even goin to be the starter?

Sanchez shouldn't even be considered Top 15...the guy hasn't played big time minutes and he's being ordained has top caliber already...what a joke!

BamaFalcon59
03-07-2008, 05:21 PM
No order...

Tim Tebow
Dan Lefevour
Pat White
Sam Bradford
Cullen Harper
Todd Boeckman
Chase Daniel
Jake Locker
Colt McCoy
Gramm Harrell

That is a top ten. Just outside of it are Matt Stafford, Chase Holbrook, Rudy Carpenter, and some potential guys in Tyrod Taylor, Hunter Cantwell, and Mark Sanchez.

thebow305
03-07-2008, 05:36 PM
For the Season:

1. Tim Tebow
2. Chase Daniel
3. Matt Stafford
4. Pat White
5. Todd Boeckman

For the Draft:

1. Matt Stafford
2. Tim Tebow
3. Todd Boeckman
4. Josh Freeman
5. Colt McCoy

CARDIAC CAT 7
03-07-2008, 05:58 PM
Top 5:
1. Tim Tebow
2. Chase Daniel
3. Cullen Harper
4. Jake Locker
5. Curtis Painter(sleeper, dude can really throw)

BamaFalcon59
03-07-2008, 06:02 PM
I forgot about Josh Freeman. He is another player I think can be good.

georgiafan
03-07-2008, 06:36 PM
Speaking of Stafford I know alot of people knocked him last for his completion %. I like the fact that Richt has come out and publicty said he wants him to complete 62% this year. He also said so far he is making alot better decisions.

thebow305
03-07-2008, 06:54 PM
I forgot about Josh Freeman. He is another player I think can be good.

Yeah, I put him in there kind of low, but I feel he could end up being the big time sleeper of the group. Has a great arm with tremendous size and upside. If he can put it all together somehow he could be the best of the bunch and possibly a top pick.

draftguru151
03-07-2008, 07:16 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Chase Daniels
3. Matthew Stafford
4. Sam Bradford
5. Pat White

JeffSamardzijaIRISH
03-07-2008, 07:27 PM
1. Chase Daniels
2. Matthew Stafford
3. Tim Tebow
4. Mitch Mustain
5. Pat White

BigJohn98
03-07-2008, 07:56 PM
Where's Drew Weatherford at?

Yatta!
03-07-2008, 08:03 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Matthew Stafford
3. Chase Daniel
4. Sam Bradford
5. Pat White

thebow305
03-07-2008, 08:54 PM
Where's Drew Weatherford at?

The Toilet.... :p

BrownsTown
03-07-2008, 10:29 PM
I laugh at anyone with Todd Boeckman (overrated) or Mark Sanchez (seriously? Top 5 before even starting?) on their lists.

1. Chase Daniel
2. Tim Tebow
3. Dan Lefevour
4. Sam Bradford
5. Matthew Stafford

mqtirishfan
03-07-2008, 11:12 PM
Where's Drew Weatherford at?

This isn't the bottom 5 list.

etk
03-08-2008, 11:22 AM
Where's Kirby Freeman at?

roidrunner
03-08-2008, 11:26 AM
i put sanchez in because of the all the weapons around him, and also Pete Carroll seems to not miss with QB's. but it is not hard to do so when you have the #1 or #2 QB prospect every year.

thebow305
03-08-2008, 05:37 PM
This isn't the bottom 5 list.

HAHA..... LMAO!

doingthisinsteadofwork
03-08-2008, 09:18 PM
Nobody's mentioned Kevin Riley yet.Im not saying hes top five but he will probably have a great year this year.

etk
03-08-2008, 09:20 PM
Without Jackson, Hawkins, Jordan, Forsett and Stevens.....maybe not.

doingthisinsteadofwork
03-08-2008, 09:24 PM
Forsett isnt that much of a loss.He was a great RB but Montgomery should produce as well he did.Stevens was also good but Moorah has pretty good hands.Your right about losing our trio of WRs.We do have some pretty talented guys though.We'll probably have a better season then last years with Riley at QB.

etk
03-08-2008, 09:25 PM
I'm not saying he's gonna suck but losing a ton of starting talent will hinder his progress a fair bit.

Michigan
03-08-2008, 11:28 PM
1. Tim Tebow
2. Matthew Stafford
3. Chase Daniel
4. Mark Sanchez
5. Pat White
6. Rudy Carpenter
7. Dan Lefevour
8. Sam Bradford
9. Willie Tuitama
10. Curtis Painter

adschofield
03-08-2008, 11:35 PM
Not saying he's top 5, but Todd Reesing should be around 8-12 production wise

thebow305
03-08-2008, 11:42 PM
Forsett isnt that much of a loss.He was a great RB but Montgomery should produce as well he did.Stevens was also good but Moorah has pretty good hands.Your right about losing our trio of WRs.We do have some pretty talented guys though.We'll probably have a better season then last years with Riley at QB.

What happend to Nate Longshore?

cdub11
03-08-2008, 11:57 PM
Tim Tebow
Matt Stafford
Pat White
Chase Daniel

nikkayeah
03-09-2008, 04:01 AM
What happend to Nate Longshore?

he sucks. plain and simple.

BradRoper
03-10-2008, 09:12 AM
According to an NFL scout in my neighborhood:
1. Hunter Cantwell
2. Matt Stafford
3. Mark Sanchez
4. Curtis Painter
5. Todd Boeckman

roidrunner
03-10-2008, 12:37 PM
Bradroper i dont know who you are but i already can see i am going to like you. Hunter Cantwell baby

Con
03-11-2008, 03:51 PM
i'm surprised so many of you are stating mark sanchez.

he's supposed to be fighting for mustain for the starting job.

nikkayeah
03-11-2008, 04:01 PM
kevin riley

P-L
03-11-2008, 04:40 PM
i'm surprised so many of you are stating mark sanchez.

he's supposed to be fighting for mustain for the starting job.
Yeah, I don't understand what Sanchez has done to get this much hype. He's started 3 games in his career and has thrown 7 TD's and 6 INT's while completing only 59% of his passes. Can we wait until he proves something on the field before we proclaim him as a top 5 QB?

TouchdownUSC
03-11-2008, 06:13 PM
Yeah, I don't understand what Sanchez has done to get this much hype. He's started 3 games in his career and has thrown 7 TD's and 6 INT's while completing only 59% of his passes. Can we wait until he proves something on the field before we proclaim him as a top 5 QB?

No. Sanchez is the real deal. He has the best arm strength out of any qb carroll has seen and is mobile and strong. He is a playmaker. I have no doubts about sanchez being great. We will see how mustain does though.

619
03-11-2008, 06:23 PM
No. Sanchez is the real deal. He has the best arm strength out of any qb carroll has seen and is mobile and strong. He is a playmaker. I have no doubts about sanchez being great. We will see how mustain does though.

Can't wait to see the QB battle between Mustain who supposedly was a scout team beast while sitting out and Sanchez. I don't care what is said but whoever comes out on top there will be a top 5 QB next season.

Shane P. Hallam
03-11-2008, 09:26 PM
1. Tim Tebow - Heisman winner, he can run and pass and can battle in the nasty SEC.

2. Sam Bradford - I like him a lot and think he will surprise a lot this year.

3. Chase Daniel - Legit Heisman candidate and he faces some weaker opponents.

4. Matt Stafford - Georgia has the running game, and Stafford is underrated as well. He could really shine with his skill set.

5. Colt McCoy - He may revert back to the old McCoy and if he does, the Big 12 will be loaded at QB.

TouchdownUSC
03-12-2008, 06:38 PM
No. Sanchez is the real deal. He has the best arm strength out of any qb carroll has seen and is mobile and strong. He is a playmaker. I have no doubts about sanchez being great. We will see how mustain does though.


i agree man, both Mustain and Sanchez are quality players.

BBIB
03-12-2008, 08:52 PM
Gotta love the hate for dual threat QBs.

Tebow wins the Heisman and he's not even in the top 3 in some people's rankings.

Pat White not even in the top 5 for many.


Both of those guys will be top 3 QBs next season.



And Tebow >>> STafford in College and in the NFL

kwilk103
03-12-2008, 08:59 PM
Gotta love the hate for dual threat QBs.

Tebow wins the Heisman and he's not even in the top 3 in some people's rankings.

Pat White not even in the top 5 for many.


Both of those guys will be top 3 QBs next season.



And Tebow >>> STafford in College and in the NFL

i think their lookin at them as pro prospects and not as college players, because theres no way you can leave out tebow and white

BBIB
03-12-2008, 09:05 PM
i think their lookin at them as pro prospects and not as college players, because theres no way you can leave out tebow and white

Funny thing as a pro prospect Tebow should still be a top 2 QB.

The joke about him being a FB is cute but has no validity when you consider his great physical tools and production.


As far as Pat White's pro prospectus, I wish WVU would at least give him a shot at showing if he has an arm. The way they opened things up in that Bowl game is how they should do all season long.

No telling how many NCs WVU could have if they didn't play so freaking conservative and predictable sometimes

TouchdownUSC
03-12-2008, 09:46 PM
well considering Pat White runs the majority of the time I can see why people dont have him on their short list of QBs. Pat White is actually awesome at converting on 3rd and long though. Why Tebow isnt on people's list of top 5 QBs is what i dont understand though.

BrownsTown
03-12-2008, 09:54 PM
i think their lookin at them as pro prospects and not as college players, because theres no way you can leave out tebow and white

If you consider said players to be overrated, then yes, you can. I left out White, but I put in Dan Lefevour, another dual threat QB. White is a good QB, noone's saying he isn't, but this is top 5 in the entire NCAA. He's not better than Stafford, Tebow, Daniel, Bradford, or Lefevour in my opinion.

kwilk103
03-12-2008, 10:20 PM
Funny thing as a pro prospect Tebow should still be a top 2 QB.

The joke about him being a FB is cute but has no validity when you consider his great physical tools and production.


As far as Pat White's pro prospectus, I wish WVU would at least give him a shot at showing if he has an arm. The way they opened things up in that Bowl game is how they should do all season long.

No telling how many NCs WVU could have if they didn't play so freaking conservative and predictable sometimes

we are opening it up this season; he has a good arm; he was a pitcher in hs and was drafted in the 4th round as a cf by the angels coming out of hs

if youre judging a qb by wins/importance, white is def top 5

hes the draw that stirs the drink

look at what happens to the offense when hes injured vs slaton was injured

etk
03-12-2008, 10:24 PM
Gotta love the hate for dual threat QBs.

Tebow wins the Heisman and he's not even in the top 3 in some people's rankings.

Pat White not even in the top 5 for many.


Both of those guys will be top 3 QBs next season.



And Tebow >>> STafford in College and in the NFL

This is an nfldraft forum, and the thread says top 5 QBs. Tebow & White are not among the 5 best quarterbacks in college, it's really quite simple.

princefielder28
03-13-2008, 10:31 AM
This is an nfldraft forum, and the thread says top 5 QBs. Tebow & White are not among the 5 best quarterbacks in college, it's really quite simple.

Yes they are included in as two of the 5 best COLLEGE QBs, not NFL prospects

etk
03-13-2008, 02:12 PM
Yes they are included in as two of the 5 best COLLEGE QBs, not NFL prospects

I'm sorry you don't understand simple English, so let me explain to you. If you put Tim Tebow or Pat White in almost any other college offense, they won't be effective. The 5 best quarterbacks have to be versatile.

kwilk103
03-13-2008, 02:36 PM
so, you wouldnt put guys like touchdown tommy frazier as one of the best college qbs?

mqtirishfan
03-13-2008, 02:50 PM
No telling how many NCs WVU could have if they didn't play so freaking conservative and predictable sometimes

I'm gonna go with 0.

princefielder28
03-13-2008, 03:05 PM
I'm sorry you don't understand simple English, so let me explain to you. If you put Tim Tebow or Pat White in almost any other college offense, they won't be effective. The 5 best quarterbacks have to be versatile.

etk I don't know what has gotten into you but you have to stop with the arrogance...you've come to believe that you are this big almighty...you could make that point about every QB....say Bradford or Stafford were in West Virginia's offense, they wouldn't be as successful...it goes for everyone

kwilk103
03-13-2008, 03:14 PM
etk I don't know what has gotten into you but you have to stop with the arrogance...you've come to believe that you are this big almighty...you could make that point about every QB....say Bradford or Stafford were in West Virginia's offense, they wouldn't be as successful...it goes for everyone

def agree...see wvu offense in the 7 games before pat white took over in 2005


it was UGLY

saintsfan912
03-13-2008, 03:27 PM
I can always hope new QB Jarrett Lee turns into a stud. ******* Perriloux and his dumb ass, no telling whats gonna happen with him. If he wasn't such an idiot off the field he would be a top 5 QB.

etk
03-13-2008, 08:09 PM
etk I don't know what has gotten into you but you have to stop with the arrogance...you've come to believe that you are this big almighty...you could make that point about every QB....say Bradford or Stafford were in West Virginia's offense, they wouldn't be as successful...it goes for everyone

But your argument is weak because very few teams run spread options like WVU. The majority of college teams run a balanced offense with minimal QB running, and what I'm saying is that Tebow and White are system QBs. Colt Brennan would fall under the same category. It doesn't take arrogance to recognize that Tebow is not a top-5 passer....he's a glorified Alex Smith that's better at running but worse at passing. As far as White....we might as well just call him a RB because he runs literally half the time. And now in the future when we see more McFadden's running the Wildhog we might as well call them top-5 QBs too.

So to come across less arrogant, it is my opinion that Tim Tebow is a system QB and therefore undeserving of a nomination, but there's no way Pat White can be considered a top-5 QB on talent or anything. He is who he is because he's a good runner on a spread option team.

BBIB
03-15-2008, 08:03 AM
So to come across less arrogant, it is my opinion that Tim Tebow is a system QB and therefore undeserving of a nomination, but there's no way Pat White can be considered a top-5 QB on talent or anything. He is who he is because he's a good runner on a spread option team.

So you're punishing the QB because he runs an unorthodox system?

Who cares he's playing to his strength!

Do you punish Shaquille O'neal because he could only score 5 feet away from the basket? If the other team can't stop it, who cares if he isn't as versatile?


There is a reason it's called quarterback and not passing back. THe QB's job is to be the signal caller that leads the team down the football field. Points/yards aren't worth more/less if he does it through the air or on the ground.


As a pro prospect, sure Pat White is not even close to top 5 as it currently stands. But as a college QB going into the 2008 season, there are not 5 QBs better than leading their team down the football field right now.

bspen4
03-15-2008, 12:23 PM
Pro Prospects:
1.Hunter Cantwell
2. Curtis Painter
3. Sam Bradford
4. Josh Freeman
5. Matt Stafford

BamaFalcon59
03-15-2008, 01:03 PM
I'm sorry you don't understand simple English, so let me explain to you. If you put Tim Tebow or Pat White in almost any other college offense, they won't be effective. The 5 best quarterbacks have to be versatile.

The best quarterbacks are the most dominant quarterbacks.

Like someone mentioned, Shaq O'Neal did very few things well but he may very well be the most dominant player in NBA history because of how well did what he did.

neko4
03-15-2008, 01:40 PM
what happen to colt mccoy?

andyjo672
03-15-2008, 03:54 PM
what happen to colt mccoy?

Last season happened...

I think he'll be back though.

bspen4
03-15-2008, 04:11 PM
K-State happened to Colt McCoy. Seriously though ever since he got hurt in the game against them his Freshman year he hasnt been the same

ramsfan2005813
03-16-2008, 09:27 AM
1. Matt Stafford
2. Chase Daniel
3. Tim Tebow
4. Curtis Painter
5. Darryl Clark

Santonio10
03-16-2008, 09:39 AM
1. Matt Stafford
2. Chase Daniel
3. Tim Tebow
4. Curtis Painter
5. Darryl Clark

You a PSU fan? lol i think Pat Devlin starts over him though

Sniper
03-16-2008, 09:45 AM
5. Darryl Clark

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...... that's too much.

ramsfan2005813
03-16-2008, 09:52 AM
no i am not a Penn State fan, but being in the system for three years, having that many weapons, and the performance in had in limited playing time in the bowl game, I think he could have a great year

Santonio10
03-16-2008, 10:21 AM
true true. I think he could have a good year if he starts but if devlin wins hes gonna be really good too. This is gonna be an interesting battle.

ironman4579
03-16-2008, 11:59 AM
Wait, wait, wait. Are you seriously telling me that a guy that in 3 seasons has gone all of 20/36 (55%) for 147 yards and zero TD's is a top 5 QB? And he's only rushed 27 times for 126 yards (although 5 TD's) as well. That's a 4.7 YPC average. In that bowl game he didn't even throw a pass for god's sake. I'm not even sure what "weapons" he has around him. The same weapons that have never played up to their potential yet? Kinlaw looked pretty good, but other than that, what?

jballa838
03-16-2008, 12:34 PM
1. Jake Locker (Pro-Style O, Big Arm, Scary Athleticism, and a killer Work Ethic (not Vick style "killer"))
2. Dan Lefevour
3. Rudy Carpenter
4. Chase Daniel
5. Colt McCoy (if he returns to freshman form he is up higher)
1-3 are interchangable IMO and any could be #1.
No I didnt forget Tebow either and White is about 7-9 range.

princefielder28
03-16-2008, 01:46 PM
1. Jake Locker (Pro-Style O, Big Arm, Scary Athleticism, and a killer Work Ethic (not Vick style "killer"))
2. Dan Lefevour
3. Rudy Carpenter
4. Chase Daniel
5. Colt McCoy (if he returns to freshman form he is up higher)
1-3 are interchangable IMO and any could be #1.
No I didnt forget Tebow either and White is about 7-9 range.

I'm guessing you went off of more being translated to the NFL than their impact on the college game

etk
03-16-2008, 03:46 PM
Those QBs are all similar shotgun-spread types that can scramble. I don't agree with the top-5 but I like that you went with a formula and stuck to it.

Santonio10
03-17-2008, 01:04 PM
Wait, wait, wait. Are you seriously telling me that a guy that in 3 seasons has gone all of 20/36 (55%) for 147 yards and zero TD's is a top 5 QB? And he's only rushed 27 times for 126 yards (although 5 TD's) as well. That's a 4.7 YPC average. In that bowl game he didn't even throw a pass for god's sake. I'm not even sure what "weapons" he has around him. The same weapons that have never played up to their potential yet? Kinlaw looked pretty good, but other than that, what?

Yeah those weapons plus Evan Royster, Stephon Green, Brandon Beachum, Andrew Quarless(will return to freshman form), Chris Bell, Jon Ditto, and Andrew Szczerba. Plus Devlins gonna win the QB competition anyway. Hes faster, more accurate, has a better arm, better in the pocket, and makes better decisions. The only thing Clark has on his is running for power. Devlin will make DWill, Deon Butler, and Jordan Norwood all better because, unlike Morelli, Devlin has some accuracy.

DragonFireKai
03-20-2008, 02:52 AM
But your argument is weak because very few teams run spread options like WVU. The majority of college teams run a balanced offense with minimal QB running, and what I'm saying is that Tebow and White are system QBs. Colt Brennan would fall under the same category. It doesn't take arrogance to recognize that Tebow is not a top-5 passer....he's a glorified Alex Smith that's better at running but worse at passing. As far as White....we might as well just call him a RB because he runs literally half the time. And now in the future when we see more McFadden's running the Wildhog we might as well call them top-5 QBs too.

So to come across less arrogant, it is my opinion that Tim Tebow is a system QB and therefore undeserving of a nomination, but there's no way Pat White can be considered a top-5 QB on talent or anything. He is who he is because he's a good runner on a spread option team.

Tebow's as good a passer as a sophmore as Smith was as a Senior, and against much tougher competition to boot. Tebow is also superior to Smith in measurables, and in high school ran a pass heavy offense, and ran it very well. You're attempting to disparage Tebow as a system QB, despite the fact that he has the prototypical skill set for a QB. Aside from his playing at Florida, what do you have to justify your opinion?

BBIB
03-21-2008, 10:43 PM
Tebow not in the top 5 on any list college/pro is a joke.

The idea that he isn't a pro prospect is insane. UF didn't run the run and shoot and Tebow doesn't have poor physical tools.

Dude is built like a NFL QB with elite mobility and he has great arm strength.

He's also an excellent decision maker.


If he has a junior campaign anywhere close to as good as he had last year he'll be a top 2 pick in the draft

etk
03-22-2008, 01:55 PM
Tebow's as good a passer as a sophmore as Smith was as a Senior, and against much tougher competition to boot. Tebow is also superior to Smith in measurables, and in high school ran a pass heavy offense, and ran it very well. You're attempting to disparage Tebow as a system QB, despite the fact that he has the prototypical skill set for a QB. Aside from his playing at Florida, what do you have to justify your opinion?

Let me give you the run-down of the average Tim Tebow pass:

-receives shotgun snap
-fakes handoff to back
-fakes QB run
-drops back a few steps
-throws straight-line ball to wide-open receiver across the middle
-receiver runs for TD

Good luck in the NFL Timmy.

SKim172
03-22-2008, 02:00 PM
1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
2. Tim Tebow, Florida
3. Patrick White, West Virginia
4. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech
5. Chase Daniel, Mizzou
6. Todd Reesing, Kansas
7. Dan LeFevour, Cent Mich
8. Todd Boeckman, OSU

The sleepers, at random.
Nate Davis, Ball State
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
Mike Teel, Rutgers
Curtis Painter, Purdue
Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
Josh Freeman, Kansas State

Not talking NFL prospects - just rating them as college QBs in the system they play in, with the players around them.

etk
03-22-2008, 02:03 PM
The sleepers, at random.
Nate Davis, Ball State
Riley Skinner, Wake Forest
Mike Teel, Rutgers
Curtis Painter, Purdue
Colin Kaepernick, Nevada
Josh Freeman, Kansas State

Davis needs a lot of work. Skinner is a solid college QB, but doesn't really have NFL tools. Teel throws a nice deep ball and I like his potential. Painter can make all the throws so I don't see how he's a sleeper. Kaepernick is that athletic freshman, right? He and Freeman are the definition of sleepers, solid list.

Sniper
03-22-2008, 02:05 PM
Steven Threet will go 13-0 and win the Heisman. Yeah that's right, I said it ;)

BigJohn98
03-22-2008, 02:15 PM
Steven Threet will go 13-0 and win the Heisman. Yeah that's right, I said it ;)

Are you kidding me? Maybe if he played with a bunch of women. Drew Weatherford has his name printed on the Heisman already.;)

Sniper
03-22-2008, 02:16 PM
Are you kidding me? Maybe if he played with a bunch of woman. Drew Weatherford has his name printed on the Heisman already.;)

It's a good thing I was serious. And it's women, not woman. I know spelling is optional in the South, but just a heads-up ;)

roidrunner
03-22-2008, 02:22 PM
just wait hunter cantwell, the kid will come out of no where

P-L
03-22-2008, 09:01 PM
Steven Threet is not even locked in as U-M's starter.

Turtlepower
03-22-2008, 09:07 PM
Rudy Carpenter is the front-runner for first-team All-PAC 10!!!!!!!

With 4 of our starting 5 o-linemen leaving, we are bound to be better protecting him. I mean, how can you not improve from 53 sacks.

SunDevil450
03-22-2008, 09:16 PM
Hopefully the line will do better we lost pollack but gained a 4 star linemen. I think Rudy has the tools to succeed especially with mcgaha mike jones. lets go sun devils

Sniper
03-22-2008, 09:20 PM
Steven Threet is not even locked in as U-M's starter.

I was totally facetious when I said he was going 13-0 and winning the Heisman. It might be Justin Feagin that will go 13-0 and win the Heisman ;)

P-L
03-23-2008, 04:16 PM
Actually, walk-on Nick Sheridan has been the best QB in Spring Practice. Granted, Feagin isn't enrolled yet, but I'm not expecting much from him in year one.

neko4
03-23-2008, 06:24 PM
So whos taking over for...
Matt Ryan
Erik Ainge
Andre Woodson

etk
03-23-2008, 07:40 PM
So whos taking over for...
Matt Ryan
Erik Ainge
Andre Woodson

Ainge is Jonathan Crompton....no clue on the other 2 (I could just type in the backup from a magazine but that wouldn't be a lock).