Talk about a tale of two completely different players and stories. Everybody knows Chase Daniel as the short and stout quarterback who put up gaudy numbers at Missouri, and most people know about Chase Patton, the perfect prototype for an NFL quarterback who backed Daniel up for three years.
But regardless of how different their college careers are, they're probably looking at similar experiences in the 2009 NFL Draft.
I am one of many believers that doesn't think that Daniel has the tools or experience to succeed in the NFL. He's too short, has no experience in systems outside of the spread offense, and has a below average arm.
Although his accuracy and mobility are fairly good, I doubt that an NFL team will take a late-round flier on him.
Patton is, again, completely different. He's got picture-perfect size for a QB, at 6'5'', 220 pounds, and has an absolute rocket for an arm. But he was never a starter in college and some scouts are concerned about his dedication to football; Patton has already been accepted to dental school.
I think it's likely that both players will at least get workouts with NFL teams after the draft, but again, it's doubtful that either gets drafted. If they could combine experience and skills, they'd make one heck of a quarterback, but separately, they're probably not anything special.