Mike Sando

USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, who played only 16 games his entire collegiate career, decided to forgo his last year of eligibility at USC to enter the NFL Draft. Sanchez made his decision the day after Oklahoma QB San Bradford decided to stay in college for at least one more year. From the beginning, when college players can declare for the NFL Draft Georgia quarterback Matt Stafford has been the number one QB in the draft. Currently Stafford is still the highest QB on Espn’s “big board” at number eight. Sanchez one the other hand has been flying up on everyone’s mock draft. Sanchez had a great pro-day and did very will at the combine. Now for every team its different. Some quarterbacks fit the system and [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
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