Manuel, who started 31 games during his time at FSU, is a prototypical "new age" NFL quarterback.
Blessed with a rocket launcher for an arm and great athleticism, Manuel's draft stock has been sky rocketing over the last few weeks.
The question now becomes, with needs at cornerback, wide receiver and inside linebacker, is it worth the risk for the Browns to select a quarterback? Especially one who is considered to be more of an athlete playing quarterback than a quarterback who's athletic.
In order to best answer that question, you need to first grade every aspect of his game. Start the slideshow below to find out the strengths and weaknesses of E.J. Manuel.