Tebow still has work to do
Throwing motion is improved, but plenty of obstacles remain for Tebow
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- There was much anticipation about the unveiling of Florida QB Tim Tebow's retooled throwing motion at the Gators' pro day workout, and from that perspective, he exceeded expectations.
Tebow looked more like an NFL quarterback in his pro day workout than in his college career, and from the tempo of his drops to his improved footwork to his more compact release, he showed he is pouring himself into becoming successful at the next level despite having to strip his delivery down and rebuild it from the ground up.
What were the best parts of Tebow's performance and what gives scouts reason for concern? Where does his draft stock stand? And how did other big-name players fare at Florida's pro day? Todd McShay has all the answers for ESPN Insiders.
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