2010 NFL Draft, Fire and Ice Report: QBs Not Named Sam Bradford Falling

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Senior Bowl and Combine are in the rear-view mirror and the Pro Days are at the midway point, meaning it is time to check in and see who stock is on fire and whose stock is icing down.
This week we look at the offensive side of the ball.
On Fire

QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
Coming out of a spread offense and offseason shoulder surgery, Bradford has established himself as the near consensus number one pick based on interviews, intangibles, a 36 on the Wonderlic, and tape of him playing behind pristine protection. 
RB Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
An excellent Combine in which he ran better than expected and displayed better than expected hands has positioned Mathews as the best all-around back in the draft and a likely first round pick.
It is possible, although not necessarily probable, that Mathews could be selected before C.J. Spiller.
WR Golden Tate, Notre Dame
Answered questions about his s...

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