We are at the point of the year where prospects are preparing for the combine and every "draft expert" has their "big board" and their list of players who they feel are the best at their respective positions. I am no different.
I am starting with my top quarterbacks. I don't feel there is a sure-fire No. 1 quarterback worthy of a top 5 pick. Oklahoma's Sam Bradford and Jimmy Clausen of Notre Dame are the consensus No. 1-A and 1-B, but after them there is too much debate.
There are many questions after those two. Where will Tim Tebow land and how high? Does Colt McCoy have NFL arm strength? Is Jevan Snead a better pro player than college player? These are only three of many questions being asked.
I won't debate who are No. 3 through 10. Instead here are my top 10 quarterbacks for the 2010 draft PRE-Combine.
1. Sam Bradford- Oklahoma
2. Jimmy Clausen- Notre Dame
3. Colt McCoy- Texas
4. Jevan Snead- Ole Miss
5. Tony Pike- Cincinnati
6. Tim Tebow- Florida
7. John Skelton- Fordham
8. Dan LeFevour- Central Michigan
9. Jarrett Brown- West Virginia
10. Matt Nichols- Eastern Washington
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