With only one season as the full-time starter under center at Texas A&M, Aggies QB Ryan Tannehill is still expected to be a late first-, early second-round pick.
In 2010, where he started the second half of the season after spending much time as a receiver in prior years, Tannehill completed 65 percent of his throws for over 1,600 yards and 13 TDs to six picks. This past season he compiled over 3,700 passing yards, ran for another 306 and totaled 33 TDs (29 passing).
Although he has the size to be a solid NFL quarterback, he's not an early second-round pick since the intermediate accuracy needs to improve as well as patience in the pocket.
Not doing so restricts him from maintaining fluid mechanics and the ability to read blitzes quicker pre-snap. Perhaps though, the best aspect of Tannehill is his ability to buy time which also translated into a solid year running the ball.
However, that may also be in danger. According to Joe Schad of ESPN, Tannehill has a concerning injury:
Former Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill broke a foot in training recently and will miss the Senior Bowl, according to his agent, Pat Dye.
Tannehill broke a fifth metatarsal in a passing drill, an injury that might require surgery.
That being said, Tannehill's status is likely to fall quite a bit and any injury is concerning to NFL franchises.