- Todd McShay, Scouts Inc.
When evaluating quarterbacks, it is important to consider all aspects of their games -- intangibles, mental makeup, accuracy, release, arm strength and mobility. As we shuffle our draft board, take a look at how we rank the quarterbacks by skill set.
A quarterback with great intangibles lives to compete. He's a natural leader who is cool under pressure. He wants the ball in his hands when the game
is on the line and he's a tireless worker on and off the field. He also displays outstanding mental and physical toughness.