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2010 NFL Draft: Top 10 Quarterbacks

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We are at the point of the year that has the prospects are preparing for the combine and every “draft expert” has their “big board” and their list of players who they feel are the best at their respective positions. I am no different.

I am starting with my top quarterbacks. I don’t feel there is a sure-fire number one quarterback worthy of a top 5 pick. Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford and Jimmy Clausen of Notre Dame are the consensus number 1-A and 1-B, but after them there is much to debate.

But there is many questions after those two. Where will tim Tebow land and how high? Does Colt McCoy have NFL arm strength? Is Jevan Snead a better pro player than college player? As you can see that is only 3 questions that are being asked and there are many more.

I won’t debate who is number 3 through 10. Instead here are my top 10 quarterbacks for the 2010 draft PRE-Combine. It may or may not change much after the combine, but here our my top 10 quarterback prospects for the 2010 draft.

1. Sam Bradford- Oklahoma

2. Jimmy Clausen- Notre Dame

3. Colt McCoy- Texas

4. Jevan Snead- Ole Miss

5. Tony Pike- Cincinnati

6. Tim Tebow- Florida

7. John Skelton- Fordham

8. Dan LeFevour- Central Michigan

9. Jarrett Brown- West Virginia

10.  Matt Nichols- Eastern Washington

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Written by Joe Arrigo

February 6, 2010 at 16:35

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  1. I wanted to share with you a great highlight video I posted of quarterback John Skelton (Fordham) on YouTube. John has been invited to the NFL combine this year, but because he hails from such a small university, there isn’t much footage of him out there – until now.

    http://bit.ly/cqsLS9

    A lot of buzz has been generated about John and his 6’5’’, 250-pound frame – but it’s his powerful arm and deceptive speed that I think will make him a success in the NFL. Like all college quarterbacks, he has some learning to do before he’s ready to compete at the highest level, but you can’t argue with the game footage I’ve compiled here. In a year of “weak” quarterbacks, I think John really stands out.

    Anyway, I thought you would be interested in the clip, and I think your blog readers would be too. Keep up the great work!

    Fan

    February 22, 2010 at 13:22


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