QB's we need to look at for the draft.
Obviously we will be picking late in the 1st so we need to find a sleeper.
1) Ryan Tannehill- Raw prospect that is a converted WR. Very strong arm, good footspeed, shows good touch and accuracy. Decision making needs to improve.
2) Kirk Cousins- Limited athletically but makes up for it with excellent anticipation passing. Will probably be there in the 3rd because teams will not like his physical attributes. Somewhat similar to Andy Dalton, only Cousins has played in a real offense at Mich. St.
3) Nick Foles- Don't think this is a fit for Harbaugh as he seems to like athletic QB's. He's a big strong statue with a rifle. Pocket awareness is iffy, tends to hold on to it too long.
4)Brandon Weeden- Former minor league baseball player that is 28. Really hate the fact that he's 28. But, he does show a natural passing ability, albeit in a spread offense. Very good arm, excellent accuracy. Worth a look in the middle rounds.
5)Kellen Moore- Small guy with a poor arm who should be looked at late. There have been some QB's who have improved their arm strength at the NFL level, Brady and Brees being the biggest names off the top of my head who have done so. Plays in a spread in a weak conference so his statistics don't mean much, but he is pretty damn accurate. Ball Placement is uncanny.
The bottom line is we need to get an anticipation passer. I'm sick of seeing our passing game consist of designed reads. Time to throw our receivers open.