Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 2/18/12
  1. Andrew Luck, Stanford

Height: 6’4”
Weight: 235Lbs


Projected 40: 4.72Seconds
2011 Season: 37TDs, 10INTs, 3517YDs, 71.3% Completions
College Career: 82TDs, 22INTs, 9430YDs, 67% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

 

  • Great Arm
  • Excellent Accuracy
  • Mobility
  • Extremely accurate on run
Andrew Luck has been one of the most pro-ready quarterbacks in college football for over the past decade. Pro scouts have said that Luck would have been picked #1 overall in the 2011 Draft if he had not chosen to continue going to school. Luck has the size, arm strength, mechanics, pocket passing accuracy, mobility, and intelligence. Luck has everything needed to start in the NFL. Look for Luck to be the star of the NFL Combine.

2.Robert Griffin III, Baylor
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 220Lbs
Projected 40: 4.52Seconds
2011 Season: 37TDs, 6INTs, 4293YDs, 72.4% Completions
College Career: 78TDs, 17INTs, 10366YDs, 67.1% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Speed
  • Strong Arm
  • Great Mobility
  • Toughness
Robert Griffin III has been excellent throughout his college career, winning the Heisman Trophy in 2011. With his speed and great mobility, Griffin III will look similar to Cam Newton in his rookie year. Griffin III is an explosive quarterback. He is the next pro-ready quarterback in the NFL Combine.

3. Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M
Height: 6’4”
Weight: 219Lbs
Projected 40: 4.61Seconds
2011 Season: 29TDs, 15INTs, 3744YDs, 61.1% Completions
College Career: 42TDs, 21INTs, 5450YDs, 62.5% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Strong Arm
  • Speed
  • Great  Mobility
Ryan Tannehill has only had 20 Starts at quarterback throughout his college career. Playing as a receiver prior to quarterback, Tennehill was able to learn the position quickly. Tennehill is extremely fast and makes him very dangerous running the ball. Many say that Tannehill has special mobility. Tennehill inherited this great mobility from being a receiver. Unfortunately, Tannehill will not be performing at the Combine due to his foot injury. It would have been fun watching him perform in the NFL Combine.

4. Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State
Height: 6’4”
Weight: 219Lbs
Projected 40: 4.9Seconds
2011 Season: 37TDs, 13INTs, 4727YDs, 72.2% Completions
College Career: 75TDs, 27INTs, 9260YDs, 67.4% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Strong arm
  • Accurate Arm
  • Pocket passing
Brandon Weeden has had a great 2011 season. However, Weeden still has a lot to prove at the NFL Combine. With Weeden being 29 years old, he will need to prove to the scouts that he has what it takes to be drafted early in the Draft. It will be interesting how Weeden will prove he is pro-ready at the NFL Combine.

5. Nick Foles, Arizona
Height: 6’5”
Weight: 244Lbs
Projected 40: 5.01Seconds
2011 Season: 28TDs, 14INTs, 4334YDs, 69.1% Completions
College Career: 67TDs, 33INTs, 10068YDs, 67.5% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Big arm
  • Pocket Passing
  • Accuracy
Nick Foles had his ups and downs during the 2011 season. Foles with a very accurate short pass, struggled to be as accurate on intermediate and deep passing accuracy. Foles also found it difficult to find open receivers on the opposite side of the field. Look for Foles to work on his deeper pass accuracy for the NFL Combine.

6. Case Keenum, Houston
Height: 6’1”
Weight: 210Lbs
Projected 40: 4.83Seconds
2011 Season: 48TDs, 5INTs, 5631YDs, 71% Completions
College Career: 155TDs, 46INTs, 19217YDs, 69.4% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Good arm
  • Accuracy
  • Arm Strength
  • Pocket Passing
Case Keenum has set NCAA records throughout his college career. Keenum, as some would say, is a system quarterback. With a great year in behind him, Keenum will look to give us a show at the NFL Combine.

7. Kirk Cousin, Michigan State
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 209Lbs
Projected 40: 4.85Seconds
2011 Season: 24TDs, 7INTs, 3016YDs, 63.7% Completions
College Career: 66TDs, 30INTs, 9131YDs, 64.1% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Great arm
  • Effectiveness
  • Accuracy
Kirk Cousins has an arm good enough to be a NFL quarterback. It is very effective when is given the chance to throw that ball. Cousins can find the open receiver. With his arm, most say he can throw in the NFL. Cousins has great leadership skills and takes initiative. Look for Cousins to prove he has all the skill to be a NFL quarterback.

8. Brock Osweiler, Arizona State
Height: 6’8”
Weight: 240Lbs
Projected 40: 4.70Seconds
2011 Season: 26TDs, 13INTs, 4036YDs, 63.2% Completions
College Career: 33TDs, 15INts, 5082YDs, 60.6% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Strong arm
  • Pocket passing
  • Mobility
Brock Osweiler has a lot to prove during the NFL Combine. The former basketball player has not had much playing time snapping the ball in his college career. Many think that Osweiler should stay one more year in college before he enters the Draft this year. With not much playing time, it will be interesting how Osweiler proves himself during the NFL Combine.

9. Kellen Moore, Boise State
Height: 6’0”
Weight: 191Lbs
Projected 40: 4.93Seconds
2011 Season: 43TDs, 9INTs, 3734YDs, 74.3% Completions
College Career: 142TDs, 28INTs, 14667YDs, 69.8% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Accuracy
  • Leadership
  • Pocket Passing
Kellen Moore has only lost three games as a starter at Boise State. He knows how to win games. However, Moore lacks arm strength and the ideal size of a NFL quarterback. Moore has a lot to prove during the NFL Combine to show he has the skills to a starter in the NFL.

10. Russell Wilson, Wisconsin
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 203Lbs
Projected 40: 4.68Seconds
2011 Season: 33TDs, 4INTs, 3175YDs, 72.8% Completions
College Career: 109TDs, 30INTs, 11720YDs, 60.9% Completions
What to expect to see at the NFL Combine:

  • Good arm
  • Accuracy
Russell Wilson has proved that he is an accurate passer in 2011. Making big plays in clutch situations, Wilson has something to prove. With Wilson’s size being a factor for the 2012 Draft, he will not to do excellent during the Combine. Look for Wilson to prove himself during the NFL Combine.

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