NFL Draft 2011: Mental Side of the Game Just as Importaint to Colin Kaepernick
NFL Draft 2011 Will Give Colin Kaepernick a Chance to Become a Star Somewhere
As most Titans fins might recall, Vince Young’s performance on the Wonderlic was less than stellar, and that certainly manifested itself on the field as Young was unable to hang onto the starting job during his time in Tennessee.
If the Titans were to draft Colin Kaepernick in the second round, according to CBS Sports Titans RapidReports, that mental side of the game won’t be a hindrance.
“Playing QB in the NFL has as much to do with a big brain as it does a big arm. Nevada's Colin Kaepernick scored a 37 on the Wonderlic. ‘The mental side of the game is something I take pride in. I excel there. I start to separate myself from other quarterbacks,’ he said.”
That isn’t to say that Kaepernick doesn’t have flaws or that he won’t need time to devlop into a legitimate NFL quarterback.
Even Kaepernick himself told the Titans RapidReports that there are areas of his game that he would like to improve on.
“What does Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick believe he needs to work on the most? ‘The biggest thing is to clean up my footwork so my throws are on time and accurate.’”
I think Kaepernick will take time, but he will be a good NFL player when all is said and done.
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