At the beginning of the 2010 college football season, the constant debate among NFL Draft gurus Todd McShay and Mel Kiper concerned the quarterback position.
Who was the better prospect: Andrew Luck or Jake Locker?
The two Pac-10 gunslingers were using this season as a showcase of their talents, with the winner likely securing a spot as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Well, fast forward a few months into the season, and Locker has all but disappeared from that conversation.
Luck is the quarterback who's likely going to be chosen first overall, the guy who has the ability to turn a franchise around much like Sam Bradford seems to be doing with the St. Louis Rams.
So maybe that's a more fair comparison. Forget Luck vs. Locker.
I'm talking Luck vs. Bradford.
Here's a breakdown of the two stud quarterbacks and a final decision that should settle the debate.
Who's the better pro prospect: Bradford or Luck?