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Rusty Smith Makes NFL's list of top Senior QB's for 2010 Draft

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Rusty Smith Makes NFL's list of top Senior QB's for 2010 Draft

NFL.com:
Tebow is head of class among top college senior QB prospects - NFL.com

The quarterback position is the ultimate team need. Without a solid player at this position, a team has little chance to win. That's why 29 quarterbacks have been selected first overall since the beginning of the draft in 1936.

One important predictor for success when drafting quarterbacks is the number of games started in college – 30-plus seems to be the magic number of starts when talking about quarterbacks selected in the first round. The most important traits for quarterbacks to have to be successful are mental quickness, accuracy and intangibles that include work habits.

Note: This list only includes players who will have exhausted their eligibility after the 2009 season. Oklahoma's Sam Bradford will have a year of eligibility remaining due to redshirting his freshman year and was not included for that reason – even though he would be a top prospect if he chooses to come out.

Here are the top 12 senior quarterback prospects NFL scouts will be keeping a close eye on this fall.

  1. Tim Tebow – Florida
  2. Colt McCoy – Texas
  3. Dan LeFevour – Central Michigan
  4. Jarrett Brown  – West Virginia
  5. Tim Hiller – Western Michigan
  6. Zac Robinson – Oklahoma State
  7. Tony Pike – Cincinnati
  8. "Juice" Williams – Illinois
  9. John Skelton – Fordham
  10. Max Hall – BYU
  11. Rusty Smith – Florida Atlantic
  12. Joe Webb – UAB

"FAU is on a collision course with the national championship. The only variable is time."
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Re: Rusty Smith Makes NFL's list of top Senior QB's for 2010 Draft

A pivotal year for Rusty and The Owls.

If he can do very well he could very easily move up this list 4-6 spots.

Hopefully hes out playing catch with the FB, WR, and TE's as we speak.

;D

I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick @$$ and I'm out of bubble gum.

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Re: Rusty Smith Makes NFL's list of top Senior QB's for 2010 Draft

Owlando said

NFL.com:
Tebow is head of class among top college senior QB prospects - NFL.com

The quarterback position is the ultimate team need. Without a solid player at this position, a team has little chance to win. That's why 29 quarterbacks have been selected first overall since the beginning of the draft in 1936.

One important predictor for success when drafting quarterbacks is the number of games started in college – 30-plus seems to be the magic number of starts when talking about quarterbacks selected in the first round. The most important traits for quarterbacks to have to be successful are mental quickness, accuracy and intangibles that include work habits.

Note: This list only includes players who will have exhausted their eligibility after the 2009 season. Oklahoma's Sam Bradford will have a year of eligibility remaining due to redshirting his freshman year and was not included for that reason – even though he would be a top prospect if he chooses to come out.

Here are the top 12 senior quarterback prospects NFL scouts will be keeping a close eye on this fall.

  1. Tim Tebow – Florida
  2. Colt McCoy – Texas
  3. Dan LeFevour – Central Michigan
  4. Jarrett Brown  – West Virginia
  5. Tim Hiller – Western Michigan
  6. Zac Robinson – Oklahoma State
  7. Tony Pike – Cincinnati
  8. "Juice" Williams – Illinois
  9. John Skelton – Fordham
  10. Max Hall – BYU
  11. Rusty Smith – Florida Atlantic
  12. Joe Webb – UAB

i dont get this Rusty should be a least 5 spots higher first thing is Tebow is the next Eric Crouch LeFevour can throw the ball mor ethen 20 yards down feild Jarret Brown and Juice Williams are running Qb'S and that the only thing they are good at this list is a joke.
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Re: Rusty Smith Makes NFL's list of top Senior QB's for 2010 Draft

Man is this going to be a big year for Rusty and for FAU.  Rusty needs a solid years performance and he is set for the rest of his life.  FAU needs a solid year so we can get this stadium built someday.


GO OWLS!
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