2010 NFL Draft Player Profile: Sam Bradford

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sam Bradford is a "what you see, is what you get " prospect with very prolific numbers, good size, and a solid arm.
However, the fact that he sustained two injuries (to his shoulder) and that he missed the 2010 NFL Combine , well, it raises questions.
But that shouldn't keep Bradford from being discussed with the top prospects in the draft, or being mentioned for the top overall selection.
Bradford was extremely prolific at Oklahoma, and despite only playing in 31 NCAA games at Oklahoma, he still managed to toss over 8,000 passing yards, 88 touchdowns, and just 16 interceptions.
Come to think of it, that's not prolific, that's disgustingly beautiful.
People can knock Bradford for being a "system" quarterback or being robotic in his throwing motion, but the guy can flat-out light up the scoreboard, and has the ability to make every throw in the game.
He has perfect size with room to add significant bulk, along with excellent accur...

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