Chris Leak?

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  1. TexanSam

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    Where is he projected to go in the draft? Anybody think he'll make a good pro QB?
     
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    guy kinda reminds me of ken dorsey. doesnt have a great arm.
     
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    Bumping because I'm wondering what the draftniks around here are thinking about his stock now.

    I think that he goes on the first day, but I haven't seen enough of him to make a guess which round he'll go in.
     
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    his arm is alright, he can get by. i think he will be a passed up because of his hieght and teams will question he toughness. probably go a the end of the first day early second. throws the best ball in all of football.
     
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    I see something in him. I wouldn't mind it a bit if we brought him in with a second day pick, maybe undrafted.
     
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    at best. I'm not even really seeing him drafted.

    His arm is decent. Has played in 3 different colleges so nobody really knows what consistentcy would have done for him. Height is definitely a problem.
     
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    You mean three different systems right? His brother played at WFU and Tenn. if you have them mixed up.
     


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    I see him as a modern Danny Wuerffel. He is about the same size and has a tendency to make those soft floating type passes. He threw several of them today in the Natl Championship game. I am guessing early 4th rounder.
     
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    3 different coaches:tease: :tease: :tease: :tease:
     
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    Actually 2 coaches

    Ron Zook for 2 years, Urban Meyer for 2 years
     
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    Are you serious with this? OSU played zone all night and rarely blitzed. Plus, thay had almost two months to plan against this kinda defense. I bet he doesn't even get drafted.

    Don't get me wrong, he played a great game. I just think it was all a product of great preparation by Urban Meyer.
     
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    I could see someone taking a shot on him in the 6th or 7th round, but he sure isn't starting material at this point and I don't think most teams would even see him as their main backup, will likely be on a practice squad somewhere for a year or two, maybe NFL Europe, his work ethic during that time will determine whether he makes it as a career backup or not.
     
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    When someone is compared to Danny Wuerffel.. that pretty much is the "kiss of death"....
     
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    The kid was a great HS QB, a good college QB, but won't be a NFL QB. He just doesn't have it. His best hope is for NFLE or PS and maybe wind up as a journey man/career backup QB.
     
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    I see a lot of untapped potential in Leak. I would love to see what Kubiak can do with him. Quinton Porter looked poor in BC when I saw him, but he was a completely different player in the pre-season. You may say its just a pre-season, but he was playing against players clearly superior to those he faced in college.
     
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    I agree. I noticed that even when one guy blitzed he threw the ball away before trying to make anything happen.
     
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    he did a great job at attacking a soft zone-defense, but he had real easy.
     
  20. Heywood

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    he's too short for the NFL. nothing he can do about that.

    he should go to canada to play there and enjoy life.
     

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