Getting a good QB is and always will be a focal point of building a football team. Whether it's at the NFL or college level, the QB of a football team is the most important position to the team. That is why college coaches covet any prospect they feel could be a successful quarterback.
It's one thing to scope out a QB prospect's size, delivery motion, arm strength, mobility and ball placement. Ryan Leaf and JaMarcus Russell possessed these outstanding physical traits, but both ultimately lacked what we evaluators call "intangibles."
Intangibles are things that can't be sized up, measured, timed or weighed. Either a QB has these things or they don't. Here are ten intangibles that college coaches, recruiters and evaluators always look for in a potential QB.