No player type in college football is more exciting than quarterbacks who can can hurt a team through the air and on the ground.
Dual threats are part of what makes college football great, and different from the NFL game. On Saturdays, signal callers are encouraged to run and in many cases, their ability to tuck it and go can lead them to team success and Heisman glory.
Tommie Frazier and Eric Crouch are two that come to mind immediately as examples. Yet, on the next level, experts frown, or are made nervous by the prospects of a QB who is just as likely to fly around as he is to let it fly.
These gifted players often have to hear talk of position changes to find a spot in the NFL. The Robert Griffin III's of the world are changing things, but the Tim Tebow's still fight to get under center.
In the 2012 college season, 10 young men pass and rush with purpose for their teams. Check them out in the following slides.