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Originally Posted by JoeJoeBrown
The most important thing, however, is how strong their swagger factors are.
South of the Mason Dixon +10 swagger
Barely literate +5 swagger
Thief +15 swagger
Kicked off of a team of thugs +20 swagger
Big, average speed -3 swagger
Hasn't done jacksquat on the field +15 swagger
Total Swagger: 62 ATL College Park Zone 3* +20 swagger Bonus pts
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I think this post compares favorably to Drew Brees
I threw out the Hasselbeck comparison a few weeks ago, and whether or not that was the first time on these forums, it seems to be one quite a few people can agree on. And while Hasselbeck was never necessarily "elite" in Seattle, if you think you're getting a quality 10-year starter who can win in the playoffs, that's worth a top-10 pick. When I watch Barkley, I see a solid if unspectacular pro prospect who doesn't have any glaring problems in his game, has a good pedigree and will be well-prepared for the pros and has a lot of starting experience. I expect him to be better then Mark Sanchez. I actually think they're really similar, but I'd give Barkley more points in the composure category. I think he's a bit more accurate and seems less erratic.