Tier 1- Elite Prospects Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford, 6'4" 223 lbs I dont care about the shoulder problems. Brees had one too, before New Orleans. Bradford has the best arm (close with Clausen) and he is a proven winner. He will be a pro bowl, franchise QB. Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen, 6'2" 223 lbs Clausen is a close second, something that cant believe I just said. Before the season, I was not so high on him as a prospect. He has been phenomenal this season, and will make a team very happy. He is just a little short, but he has a great arm and his decision making is getting better. Tier 1 1/2- Very Good Prospects Washington QB Jake Locker, 6'3" 226 lbs Locker has been the most improved of these QB's in the last year. He is making better decisions, despite what the INT numbers say. He should still stay a year, learn a bit more, but he wont. He has a good arm, not elite, but better mobility than the top 2 guys. Central Michigan QB Dan LeFevour, 6'3" 240 lbs Underrated QB, excellent mobility and great accuracy. He has arm strength comparable to Colt McCoy, with an edge on mobility and accuracy. He would be perfect for the Texans offense, unfortunately it wont happen. Texas QB Colt McCoy, 6'2" 212 lbs McCoy is a very good college QB. I worry that he benefits from the system though. He has iffy arm strength, but pretty good accuracy and good mobility. 2nd round pick. Florida QB Tim Tebow, 6'3" 245 lbs Ah, Tebow. I dont think I need to say much, he has been the most talked about college athlete the last 3 years. His mechanics need work. Tier 2- Good Prospects Ole Miss QB Jevan Snead, 6'3" 215 Good arm, but questionably mental make-up. I see him as a 3rd round pick, he just seems to melt down too much. Think a poor man's Jay Cutler (from this season). Houston QB Case Keenum, 6'2" 210 lbs A system QB, but he has all the tools. Plus, he just seems like he is a leader. A mid round pick, might start in 2 years. Tier 3- Solid Prospects Cincy QB Tony Pike, 6'6" 226 lbs I had him higher, but it looks like he is a product of the UC system. Tall, but injury prone, I am becoming less and less enamored with him as the season continues. Florida State QB Christian Ponder, 6'3" 215 lbs Mobile passer, started off hot but has cooled since. I dont like him before the 4th, but he will probably go in the 3rd because of his potential.