- Todd McShay, Scouts Inc.
Pro days are very much overrated as part of the NFL draft process and too much significance is often attached to what prospects do during scripted workouts in familiar settings.
However, 2010 has been a little different because all of the top quarterback prospects on the board came into their individual workouts with something to prove. Tim Tebow was showcasing a completely retooled delivery, Sam Bradford and Colt McCoy had to prove there were no lingering issues from shoulder injuries, and Jimmy Clausen is looking to prove on Friday that he is progressing well following toe surgery.
With the pre-draft process winding down, Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay takes a look at the 2010 quarterback class and says the top prospects have performed admirably but things get dicey after that.