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  • RavenOfProphecy's Early 2008 Rankings

    Will update as I get time.

    Quarterback:

    1. Brian Brohm, Louisville (6'4"/226)
    Has everything you look for in an NFL quarterback - size, intelligence, and accuracy.

    2. Andre' Woodson, Kentucky (6'5"/230)
    Put up very impressive numbers in the tough SEC and might be this year's Jay Cutler.

    3. John David Booty, Southern Cal (6'3"/210)
    An incredible performance in the Rose Bowl really boosted his stock - had an excellent year.

    4. Colt Brennan, Hawaii (6'3"/196)
    Extremely fast delivery and an excellent arm and accuracy but stats are vastly inflated.

    5. Chad Henne, Michigan (6'2"/224)
    Perhaps the most consistent quarterback in the class, but hasn't won some big games.

    6. Erik Ainge, Tennessee (6'6"/220)
    Has great size and he returned to the form he showed as a freshman in his junior year.

    7. Matt Ryan, Boston College (6'5"/218)
    A bit inconsistent and his placement is based more on measurables, but has a nice arm.

    8. Sam Keller, Arizona St. (6'4"/230)
    Sat out last year as a transfer but had a pretty productive 2005 and good size.

  • #2
    I disagree with Chad Henne being the most consistent. In fact, I think he's probably the most inconsistent. Also, Ainge didn't have a great freshman year.

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    • #3
      I think Keller will rise as the year progresses. Why Carpenter was ever given the job at Arizona State over him is a great mystery.


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      • #4
        What are you talking about. Ainge had a great freshman year. Led us to HUGE wings against Florida and Georgia. His only bad game was against Auburn where he threw 3 picks. People were saying he was going to be better than Peyton. Then he got hurt and his sophomore year was horrible.
        GBO!!
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Volsman98 View Post
          What are you talking about. Ainge had a great freshman year. Led us to HUGE wings against Florida and Georgia. His only bad game was against Auburn where he threw 3 picks. People were saying he was going to be better than Peyton. Then he got hurt and his sophomore year was horrible.
          Oops, I got his Sophomore year and his Freshman year mixed up... I thought his Freshman year was that battle with Rick Clausen.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by JeffSamardzijaIRISH View Post
            I disagree with Chad Henne being the most consistent. In fact, I think he's probably the most inconsistent. Also, Ainge didn't have a great freshman year.
            No offense, but I find it funny you say Henne is the most inconsistent and then mention Erik Ainge in the next sentance.

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            • #7
              i can't wait for Ryan this year, i think he could be pretty good

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              • #8
                Look at Henne's stats for all three years, they're very similar.

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                • #9
                  Henne is the epitome of a "has all the tools but is very inconsistent" prospect.
                  I'm a state.

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