The quarterback position has evolved quite a bit, especially in the college game.
Quarterbacks are asked to, not only survey defenses and make the appropriate read, but if the play collapses around them, they must be able to improvise.
Long gone are the days when signal-callers strictly stood in the pocket and made a pass.
The schemes and speed of the defense have gotten to the point where having a stationary quarterback severely limits your production as an offense.
It may also mean a short leash, if you are a coach.
Here is a list of five dual threat quarterbacks, some of whom are not talked about enough.
Readers note: Tim Tebow will not be a part of this article—his game speaks for itself.