Rising Fever: QB Dan LeFevour Just Might Have What It Takes To Succeed

March 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It happens every year. Teams with a semi-void and need at quarterback are faced with a conundrum: They don’t deem it justifiable to invest first round money in the position, so they wait until the middle rounds to find their “gem.”
The unfortunate part is that very few if any of these picks ever really pan out. Kellen Clemens, Tarvaris Jackson, and Brodie Croyle are just some of the recent examples.
One player who could possibly break this trend is Dan LeFevour from Central Michigan. The 6’3" 230 pound former Chippewa was a four-year starter who compiled a successful career at the collegiate level.
The evaluations and projections run the gambit when it comes to LeFevour. He has been pegged anywhere from third ounder all the way to an undrafted free agent.
The knock on the young gunslinger is that he possesses no standout traits that would lead scouts to believe he can become a successful NFL starter. His arm won’t awe you, his instincts...

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