One of the most scrutinized positions in all of sports has to be the quarterback position. We dissect, analyze until we are blind, and then analyze once again. I don't know about you, but this past draft season, these draft pundits drove me crazy with all of their banal analysis of these young kids.
Over the years we have seen quarterbacks who were projected to be the next Johnny Unitas turn into Johnny Nobody. Then we've seen "Who?" turn into Tom Brady.
Brady gave hope to quarterbacks drafted in the sixth round. Even crazier is the notion that some general managers out there believe the guy they waited on for five rounds could be someone who is going to win three Super Bowls before 30. Or, I should say ex-general managers.
Okay, so let's get to this latest analysis. Josh Freeman was pick 17 in the 2009 draft and has blossomed into one of the NFL's top quarterbacks under 25. Here is a look at him and five others that are/could be on their way to successful NFL careers.
The order of slides is based on three QB's from the class of 2009, and then three from the class of 2010.
Each class is in no particular order.