Is Rhett Bomar the Top Quarterback in the Draft?


Published: March 14, 2009


... the college football season, Oklahoma's up-and-coming stud quarterback Rhett Bomar was dismissed from the team for accepting money from a car dealership for doing little or no work, an offense that violates NCAA regulations.

Bomar, the blooming Sooner was coming off a freshman campaign that was capped off with a Holiday Bowl MVP award.

Of course the Sooners bounced back, settling for a year of Paul Thompson before diamond-in-the-rough gunslinger Sam Bradford emerged as a Heisman winner and perhaps the greatest quarterback in school history. 

One can't help but wonder, had things worked out differently, would it be Bomar with the accolades leading into this year's draft rather than being a possible second day selection?

When you look at it though, he isn't a second-day selection type of player. He is worthy of the first day, and more. He has the size (6'2" 225 pounds), the arm strength, and the awareness to be an NFL starter. 

He performed...

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