I like steven Mcgee out of texas A&M better than wilson.. imo, he sucks jiggly butt... if Alabama had a better QB they would have won the national championship.. he couldnt get it to any of their receivers and having the alabama career passing record isnt' saying much...
yeah, he has better stats than joe namath and kenny stabler, but that was in a different era when they played less games and didn't throw it the way modern teams throw it now...
IMO, he's just not very good... but that's from my standpoint..
pat white isnt bad... but mostly as a wildcat QB... i just don't see him being a starter here and i hate lefty Qb's...
i'd rather have vick than him... lol
is, flat out, a good football player.
I think he'll be fine as a quarterback, or whatever they make of him.
He won games for West Virginia, something a guy like Josh Freeman
never did for KSU.
John Parker Wilson was called John Sarah Jessica Parker Wilson for a reason.
different type of offense, different type of talent around them... u can't even begin to compare those two... esp given the offenses they played in... if ppl thought like u, then they'd have pat white going in the first round...
Freeman didnt' have the ppl around him to really gauge his development, but besides that he has more attributes that translate better to the NFL unlike White when comparing them...
that's why some guys are hella good in college but dont do pooh in the pro's and vice versa...
I've said it before and I'll say it again.
There's a reason why us KSU fans weren't huge on Freeman...and it's because he's diet-JaMarcus Russell-lite.
He pads his stats against teams like Iowa State, but turns the ball over constantly against the top Big 12 teams.
He's simply not that good.
I think you're underrating the actual talent that was on KSU, as well.
He had Jordy Nelson to throw to until this last season, and there were several decent players across the board.
If he was as good a quarterback as people outside the Big 12 think, the team would have performed on a level with Kansas, instead of sucking it up in the Big 12 North, which is far weaker than the south.