2010 NFL Draft: Six QB Picks You've Never Heard Of

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2010 NFL Draft: Six QB Picks You've Never Heard Of

With the draft coming up, I've heard some comments about lower round QBs. So I comprised a slide show of these lower tiered QBs just so we could all get familiar with them.

I've heard a lot of fellow Seahawk fans disagree with a QB at six or even #14.

In my opinion I really don't see Jimmy Clausen being the right guy for us. He's listed at 6'3" but many sources say his actual height is around 6'1". Also he throws side-armed.

How is highly drafted, side-armed throwing David Carr's career going?

As for Sam Bradford, we know the guy can throw, and throw accurately. But last year he showed us how brittle his body is.

I really don't think either of these guys are the answer in Seattle.

So here's a list of QBs that put up great numbers in their college career. I know most of these guys didn't play for big college's. But neither did Kurt Warner,Joe Flacco, Tony Romo and Jake Delhomme.

So here we go:

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