Found January 10, 2012 on
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Texas A&M Aggies
Oklahoma State Cowboys
Boise State Broncos
Michigan State Spartans
West Virginia Mountaineers
Florida State Seminoles
San Diego State Aztecs
1. Andrew Luck, QB Stanford(jr.)
2. Robert Griffin III, QB Baylor
3. Nick Foles, QB Arizona
4. Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M
5. Brandon Weeden, QB Oklahoma State
6. GJ Kinne, QB Tulsa
7. Kellen Moore, QB Boise State
8. Tyler Wilson, QB Arkansas
9. Kirk Cousins, QB Michigan State
10. BJ Coleman, QB Chattanooga
11. Ryan Lindley, QB San Diego State
12. John Brantley, QB Florida .
13. Case Keenum, QB Houston
14. Geno Smith, QB West Virginia(jr.)
15. Jacory Harris, QB Miami
16. Russell Wilson, QB Wisconsin
17. EJ Manuel, QB Florida State
18. Dominique Davis, QB East Carolina
19. Austin Davis, QB Southern Miss.
20. Dan Persa, QB Northwestern
21. Chandler Harnish, QB Northern Illinois
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Nick Foles QB Arizona #8
Elite height. Decent athleticism for his size; can avoid pass rushing ends and tackles relatively consistently. Looks good throwing on the run. Strong fundamentally; no significant flaws in throwing motion. Quick release. Above average accuracy on short and intermediate routes. Does a nice job going through his progressions...
According to a report from DraftInsider.net’s Tony Pauline, Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill has suffered a “significant” foot injury and will miss the Senior Bowl.
This is devestating news for Tannehill, who has an outside shot at sneaking into the 1st round of the draft. With Matt Barkley returning to school, we’re guaranteed to have more teams in the market for...
As Oklahoma State head coach, Mike Gundy sat watching Alabama and LSU in the National Championship he couldn’t think about anything else other than the possibility of his team being there and the differences that would have been. “I will say this,” Mike Gundy said as Alabama closed in on Monday night’s 21-0 win against LSU. “I bet you there’ll be a lot of people wish...
Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M #17
Impressive overall size and strength. Decent mobility; can move around in the pocket to avoid pressure. Looks fairly athletic on roll outs. A threat to take off running when the play breaks down. NFL-caliber accuracy on short and intermediate routes. Took a more active role in offense in senior year, adjusting...
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, who widely is expected to sacrifice one final year of eligibility and enter the draft, has been the subject of considerable rumor, speculation, and at least one false report regarding his choice of an agent. The focus on Luck has happened good reason. If Luck chooses CAA, which also represents Peyton…
With the speculation all but gone that with the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts will select Andrew Luck, quarterback, out of Stanford University. The 2012 NFL Draft looks to have as much drama, or maybe less, surrounding the number one overall pick than in 2002 when the Houston Texans announced they would make David Carr the first pick weeks before the draft...
The draft order is being sorted out, and the NFL focus is slowly shifting toward the upcoming draft. Every year players are sized up and measured in every which way. We must remember that most years, it is not the first or second overall pick that makes a difference, but the 23rd or 50th overall pick that comes out of nowhere to be a superstar. Let's see how this years draft...
When it comes to the NFL draft, the Seahawks aren’t in the best position. With the 11th or 12th pick, there’s next to no chance Seattle will be able to pick someone up like Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck or Bayor’s Heisman winner, Robert Griffin III. The Hawks could trade up in the draft, but it would still be a gamble. Even if they got RG3, there’s no guarantee he’d...