I’ll list my 5 then I want to see what everyone thinks, then you can list your 5.
John David Booty
You have to throw Chad Henne in there and I would leave out Booty. I know Michigan isn’t having a great year, but Henne is a first or second rounder. Colt Brennan from Hawaii will go in the first 2 rounds also.
Here’s an issue not to be overlooked – the last three drafts have given an influx of qb’s into the league. Alex Smith, Vince Young, Jay Cutler, Matt Leinart, Jamarcus Russell, and Brady Quinn are taking spots that might have been legit for this year’s crop, so that will make the 2008 draft a strange qb draft.
1. Matt Ryan – IMO the BEST qb in college football right now. He plays like a pro week in and week out posting great numbers on a consistent basis. If BC continues to play well he will get some national exposure and will light up the radar. I think that Detroit would be a great fit for him. Considering that Jon Kitna is posting monster numbers there at age 38, this guy would make that offense a scary kind of good.
2. Brian Brohm – While this season has not been kind to him, let’s not forget that Bobby Petrino has a serious man crush on this guy. He’s behind Matt Ryan as the best pro style qb available, and I think it’s pretty obvious that Atlanta will do what they have to in order to get him.
3. Andre Woodson – I think he’ll go pretty high, considering what “pretty high” means in the 2008 draft. Unfortunately, I believe he will be an NFL bust and will never be anything more than a back-up qb. His arm strength will be a problem for him at the next level, but I look for Tampa to go after him to add to their roster.
4. Colt Brennan – The very definition of a gunslinger – the guy throws the ball all over the field. However, he plays a bit reckless for the NFL. Not sure if he’ll stick anywhere or not. Possible for St. Louis.
5. Eric Ainge – Let’s not sleep on Ainge. Tennessee might not have been in top form the last few seasons, and he had a bad sophomore season. Still, he has the potential to make a good qb in the NFL. He works with Peyton Manning in the off-season and communicates with him regularly. In fact, he might be in line to take Jim Sorgi’s job as Manning’s back-up, and considering that Peyton is reaching an age that injuries and pains will slow him down more than they have in the past, don’t be surprised if the Colts grab Ainge in a late round.
Here is the order the QB’s will be drafted in:
This is what the order should look like:
All i know is Andre’ Woodson is the first overall pick in next year draft, follow by Brian Brohm at number 2 overall. Before the year start, everybody say Brohm is the number 1 overall pick but after i see how great Woodson play this year, i don’t think so anymore.
Why are the Packers on that record? The p.c.. did no longer get a great p.c.. this year because of the fact they finished the season 8-8. there have been many communities under them final year and there’ll be many greater under them this year.
1.Andre woodson Mid 1st round Kansas City
2.Brian Brohm 1st round 1st pick trade rights to vick Atlanta
3.Matt Ryan Late 1st round Green Bay
4Colt Brennan 2nd round trade up Chicago
5.Darren McFadden-1st Round Oakland (He should have at least two or three HB passes for touchdowns, LOL)
… only one problem… booty isn’t a qb…
did you see the stanford game, he throws like a punter!