Thought this might be an interesting topic. Write a Pro style scouting report on one of your favorite players. :) Could be on someone from on your favorite team, or just someone you watch a lot.
Here's my scouting report on Drew Brees.
Drew Brees - QB New Orleans Saints
Height: 6'0 Weight: 209 lbs
Natural pocket passer with a very quick release, and precise accuracy. Goes through his reads quickly, has good anticipation and timing with his targets and will usually hit the receiver fresh out of their breaks. Excels tremendously at passing from the 10-20 yard range, gets good touch on short range passes. Has a keen ability for sensing the rush and will sidestep and move around in the pocket while still focusing downfield on his reads. Excellent game manager who rarely makes the game breaking errors in crucial situations, will do his best to avoid the negative plays by checking down, throwing out of bounds, or taking the sack if necessary. Although not really his forte, he can extend plays and escape a collapsed pocket when the play breaks down if needed. Has under rated quickness to scramble for a first down when all else fails.
Lacks ideal height, will get some passes batted down at the line occasionally. Does not possess elite arm strength. Although he has enough arm strength to make all the throws in the playbook, he doesn’t have the velocity on the deep sideline type throws thrown outside the hash marks... (deep outs, corners)
Drew Brees is the orchestrator of talent in the Saints offense, what he lacks in raw physical ability, he makes up with top notch intangibles and smart decision making. He almost always puts the ball in a spot where the receiver can make a play. He is not a vocal, outspoken type leader but rather leads by example, and has command of the huddle. A franchise signal caller who is not quite on the level of a Peyton Manning, or Tom Brady but right on the tier below them.