2008 QBs have unlimited potential
- It can be hard to evaluate quarterback classes. Following the Class of 2006 group that included so many upper-echelon, college-ready performers like Matthew Stafford, Tim Tebow, Mitch Mustain and Jake Locker, it is easy to get spoiled and have too high of an expectation level for the classes that follow.
In our opinion, the 2007 class was good, but not great and the likelihood is that many players in that class will have better college success than Jimmy Clausen -- the quarterback who received all the hype and attention.
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