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    yukon is offline Training Camp
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    My top 20 Rookie QBs

    1. Leinhart
    2. Cutler
    3. Young
    4. Croyle
    5. Whitehurst
    6. Jacobs
    7. Clemens
    8. Hackney
    9. Pinegar
    10. Gradkowski
    11. McNeal
    12. Shockley
    13. Olson
    14. Lulay
    15. Basanez
    16. Nealy
    17. Betts
    18. Porter
    19. Meyer
    20. Jackson

    Did I miss anyone?
    Come on, isn't it about time for the NFL Draft?


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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    I would probably put Ingle Martin in there. He really impressed me and the scouts at the combine. Don't know much about him, but a Gator fan told me he sucked at gametime.
    Rock out with your cock out!!!

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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    "jkjuggalo" wrote:
    I would probably put Ingle Martin in there. He really impressed me and the scouts at the combine. Don't know much about him, but a Gator fan told me he sucked at gametime.
    Furman's QB, He's my #22
    Come on, isn't it about time for the NFL Draft?


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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    Olson and Porter would be my sleepers in this draft.
    Come on, isn't it about time for the NFL Draft?


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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    "yukon" wrote:
    1. Leinhart
    2. Cutler
    3. Young
    4. Croyle
    5. Whitehurst
    6. Jacobs
    7. Clemens
    8. Hackney
    9. Pinegar
    10. Gradkowski
    11. McNeal
    12. Shockley
    13. Olson
    14. Lulay
    15. Basanez
    16. Nealy
    17. Betts
    18. Porter
    19. Meyer
    20. Jackson

    Did I miss anyone?
    The list of guys I have heard of ends at Jacobs. :lol:

    Although the only place I disagree is Whitehurst behind Croyle. I think Croyle is probably the better quarterback at this point, but he's so injury prone and so fragile that I'd be scared to take him.

    I wholeheartedly agree that Cutler is ahead of Young, although I don't think that it will work out that way in the draft (which could be good for us if Cutler falls!).

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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    "jkjuggalo" wrote:
    I would probably put Ingle Martin in there. He really impressed me and the scouts at the combine. Don't know much about him, but a Gator fan told me he sucked at gametime.
    He is a decent player hard to tell how much he sucks at game time because I myself being a Gator fan that he barley played for the Gators and they transferred to Furman. He is a decent talent and should be a mid to late round pick.
    "Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn t work hard."

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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    "Ltrey33" wrote:
    "yukon" wrote:
    1. Leinhart
    2. Cutler
    3. Young
    4. Croyle
    5. Whitehurst
    6. Jacobs
    7. Clemens
    8. Hackney
    9. Pinegar
    10. Gradkowski
    11. McNeal
    12. Shockley
    13. Olson
    14. Lulay
    15. Basanez
    16. Nealy
    17. Betts
    18. Porter
    19. Meyer
    20. Jackson

    Did I miss anyone?
    The list of guys I have heard of ends at Jacobs. lol

    Although the only place I disagree is Whitehurst behind Croyle. I think Croyle is probably the better quarterback at this point, but he's so injury prone and so fragile that I'd be scared to take him.

    I wholeheartedly agree that Cutler is ahead of Young, although I don't think that it will work out that way in the draft (which could be good for us if Cutler falls!).
    I think all of these guy will end up in a camp they are all pretty good qbs this year.
    Come on, isn't it about time for the NFL Draft?


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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    No love for Corey Bramlet. He'll go 6th or 7th round probably and could be a longtime backup.

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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

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    No love for Corey Bramlet. He'll go 6th or 7th round probably and could be a longtime backup.
    Sorry I just wasn't sold on his ability to lead his Cowboys (Wyoming) last year, I thought Olson was the better QB in the UCLA vs Wyoming bowl game.
    Come on, isn't it about time for the NFL Draft?


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    Re: My top 20 Rookie QBs

    Of course I made this list with Mike Robinson as a RB/WR
    Come on, isn't it about time for the NFL Draft?


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