Saturday’s NFL Draft Buzz

 

Family members of LeSean McCoy made it known this week that he would declare for the NFL draft. On Friday he had an emotional meeting with the coaching staff and now he won’t make a decision until next week. Guaranteed dollars is the big thing in the NFL. There is a major difference between a late first rounder and early second round pick. The last pick in the first round in the 2008 draft was Kenny Phillips. His signing bonus was about

2009 NFL Draft Rankings: QB

 

2nd Rankings 9/18/08 QUARTERBACKS 1) Tim Tebow, Florida- Jr–(6-3 240lbs) Tebow can do it all. He can run but he isn‚Äôt afraid to pass. There are some who question his ability to be an effective passer in the NFL, but his work ethic and ability to adjust to defenses keeps him at the top of my rankings. 2) Matthew Stafford- Georgia, Jr- -(6-3 237lbs) Stafford still hasn‚Äôt passed up Tebow on my list, but he still has yet to throw a pick and his completion percentage is up so far this season. I expect his yardage to start to come back, and when it does he has a solid shot of grabbing the top spot. 3) Sam Bradford- Oklahoma, Eligible Soph-(6-4 218lbs) Bradford was red shirted which is why he is eligible for the 2009 NFL draft. As a freshman he threw for 36 touchdowns and had a 9/2 touchdownRead More »