The Draft: Top 10 Quarterbacks


Published: March 21, 2009


... for avoiding the pass rush. As a first-year college starter, he rarely forced passes or made risky throws. Sanchez will only continue to improve and eventually become a top-line NFL quarterback.

2. Matthew Stafford, Georgia. As he showed his arm and accuracy during his pro day on Thursday, he has the talent and intangibles to become an elite pro passes.

3. Josh Freeman, Kansas State. Freeman needs some work to be NFL-ready but has more physical talent than either Sanchez or Stafford, with great size, strength and a rocket arm.

4. Nate Davis, Ball State. Davis had little left to prove in college; the question is whether he can handle much tougher competition. He will work best out of the shotgun in a high-tempo spread offense.

5. Pat White, West Virginia. White dazzled in college, more because of his big-play flair as a dual threat than his passing skills. His arm and athleticism are getting him looks as a quarterback, b...

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