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  • jayhawk fan12
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    well idk about him but check out this guy http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaaf/players/137028 lol but i bet if his desicon making gets better he will go 5th round but who will he throw 2?

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  • titan_qb_3
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    Whats his name?

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  • Eagles4Life
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    Speaking of Kansas State, the QB from my high school just got a call from the coach of Kansas State. He's about to enter his senior season.

    Sorry for being kinda off topic.

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  • titan_qb_3
    started a topic Kansas State QB Josh Freeman

    Kansas State QB Josh Freeman

    This is a very interesting breakdown of Josh Freeman's NFL Chances. For you not familiar with Freeman here is his profile.http://www.kstatesports.com/ViewArti...&Q_SEASON=2006
    Note: I didnt write this so dont tear me apart about the Woodson comments(Matt)


    If there is one thing we’ve learned in the draft throughout the years, is that drafting a quarterback early can be a risky move. It’s become a real crapshoot on predicting how a QB will fare in the league (as is the case with any player, but QB moreso than the rest). I think NFL teams are getting picky about drafting quarterback and they should be. QBs are the face of the franchise, so you really can’t afford to go wrong when investing a boatload of cash on a rookie QB. Although this year’s draft didn’t have the best QB class, I still think we won’t see nearly as many QBs taken early in the first round as we’ve seen in the past because it’s too much of a risk to draft a QB early in the first round.

    There’s no doubt that Freeman has all the physical tools that NFL teams dream of. There are a lot of things to like about Freeman. He has the prototypical size. He has the arm strength. He has the intangibles. He can easily make every single throw in the book. He can throw it across his body. He’s reaaly accurate throwing on the run like Ben Roethlisberger. He moves well around in the pocket and avoids defenders. The two aspects he lacks are pin-point accuracy and decision-making. If you ask me, those two aspects are keeping Freeman from being a near perfect QB. Unfortunately, those two aspects are the most important in becoming a GREAT quarterback. What are Tom Brady and Peyton Manning’s two biggest strengths? Accuracy and smarts. I’m not saying that Freeman that Freeman will ever be a Tom Brady or a Peyton Manning but there’s no reason why he can’t. I mean, you just never know, right? The sky is the limit for Freeman. He controls his own destiny.

    So my question is, will Freeman become a Matt Ryan or an Andre Woodson? Those two were arguably the top two QBs in the country last year and Ryan got selected third overall and Woodson was taken as the 198th overall pick in the 6th round. What’s the big difference between those two that makes Ryan that more attractive than Woodson? Was Ryan overvalued or was Woodson undervalued? I do agree that Ryan does have all the intangibles but is that enough to make a difference of being a first round pick rather than a sixth round pick? I’m not comparing Freeman to Ryan or Woodson. I’m just saying that QBs benefit by getting overvalued or they fall victim of becoming undervalued. This year was a perfect example. Having the physical tools can only take you so far. Freeman’s accuracy and decision-making leaves something to be desired. We found that out with Andre Woodson.
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