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49ers to Target the 2010 QB Draft Class???

Originally posted by unst4bl3:
I came to this thread to say.

JUST SAY NO TO TEBOW

What he said...
Originally posted by DANADA:
I would be so happy if we got Tebow.

You cannot be serious. That guy is going to suck in the NFL, he throws wobbly passes and is an option style QB. Great college QB's from the option offenses do not usuallly translate into even solid pro QB's.
Smith took the niners to a 7-9 record with less talent then Hill had last year. Thats why he still gets a chance.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by DANADA:
I would be so happy if we got Tebow.

You cannot be serious. That guy is going to suck in the NFL, he throws wobbly passes and is an option style QB. Great college QB's from the option offenses do not usuallly translate into even solid pro QB's.

His arm is a hell of a lot better than most option QBs. Most option QBs in college are athletes first, Tebow has a great arm and is every bit a QB.

I'm not a Tebow fan, but he's a solid QB. I doubted his passing skills too, but everytime I watch him play he impresses. Tebow is legit. He won't be able to run in the NFL like he does in college, but I could see him turning into a Ben Rothlesberger type of QB.
Tebow has serious talent. If an OC built a system around him, it might work out very well. If it failed, though, they would fire the OC and coaches in this league tend to coach for longevity, not creatively.
Colt McCoy baby
The 2009 QB class is very strong similar to the 1983 draft with respect to QB. If we have a top 10 first round pick we should be able to get McCoy, Snead or Bradford. My hope is we can get McCoy the kid has that “it” factor, one tough SOB, good head on his shoulders, and can handle pressure. If we are picking in the 10-20 range of the 1st round then Zac Robinson, Case Keenum or Todd Reesing. My choice would be Robinson (one of the 3 above are still around) he is always over looked because he is in the same conf as Bradford and McCoy, plays on an inferior team, and essentially taken his team to the next level damn near all by himself.

I think Tebow is the next Archie Griffin great college player with tremendous talent supporting him wins all kinds of awards (Griffin won 2 Heisman) but will be an avg. QB in the NFL. The most notable thing Griffin did in the NFL was fumble a kick off in SB 16, thanks Archie.
Originally posted by abowers1984:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Originally posted by cestmoi:
Sam Bradford is the real deal, has more athleticism than people give him credit for, great accuracy, strong arm, ideal height, and Mike Leach wanted him.

I would love to have him on the Niners.

he's legit, but so is McCoy from texas and i wouldnt mind one bit if we landed tebow despite what some people say on here. the guy gets results

I personally dont feel like McCoy's game will translate well to the NFL - average arm strength, minimal experience from under center, and I personally feel that his high completion percentage was somewhat soft in that the majority of his are of under 15 yard variety and operates typically between the hashes (just my opinion from what Ive seen from him)... The same can be said for Tebow as well.

Id much rather go after a player like Jevan Snead who has shown excellent arm strength, solid pocket presence, and excellent accuracy downfield while playing against some of the top defenses in the nation out of the SEC.

I don't know what you're watching? Colt McCoy was the most accurate QB in the country during the 2008 season! As far as his arm strength, I think McCoy has more than enough to be successful in the NFL. He is also mobile and does a good job of running with the football. In my opinion, Colt McCoy is like a mixture of Steve Young and Donovan McNabb.
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by abowers1984:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Originally posted by cestmoi:
Sam Bradford is the real deal, has more athleticism than people give him credit for, great accuracy, strong arm, ideal height, and Mike Leach wanted him.

I would love to have him on the Niners.

he's legit, but so is McCoy from texas and i wouldnt mind one bit if we landed tebow despite what some people say on here. the guy gets results

I personally dont feel like McCoy's game will translate well to the NFL - average arm strength, minimal experience from under center, and I personally feel that his high completion percentage was somewhat soft in that the majority of his are of under 15 yard variety and operates typically between the hashes (just my opinion from what Ive seen from him)... The same can be said for Tebow as well.

Id much rather go after a player like Jevan Snead who has shown excellent arm strength, solid pocket presence, and excellent accuracy downfield while playing against some of the top defenses in the nation out of the SEC.

I don't know what you're watching? Colt McCoy was the most accurate QB in the country during the 2008 season! As far as his arm strength, I think McCoy has more than enough to be successful in the NFL. He is also mobile and does a good job of running with the football. In my opinion, Colt McCoy is like a mixture of Steve Young and Donovan McNabb.

colt mccoy has heart man. he has the love for the game. and he can take a hit like a damn champ.
Originally posted by teeohh:
some people say Snead, but I don't trust a guy that looks like Clay Aiken, just like my daddy used to say



I honestly do not like to judge people on their looks, but I sure would hate for that to be the face of the 49ers.
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Why do people want Tim Tebow? He'll be a terrible quarterback in the NFL...
my top choice is McCoy but i wouldnt mind Tebow either. i think he is a very good QB, i wouldnt take him early like i would take McCoy but i wouldnt think twice about nabbing him in the 2nd or late 1st if he makes it that far
Colt is great in college, but after I think about the situation more, I agree with the person who said his game doesn't translate well to the NFL.
I mean, he is a decent scrambler, but not good enough to get yards in the NFL or scare anyone.
He completed a very high percentage of passes, but they were all short or dumpoffs, with the occasional bomb.
He played in the spread, which I don't think is a big deal, but it means it will take him quite some time to adjust to the NFL game.
He doesn't have a strong arm, although it isn't a noodle arm by any means.

I think he would be a good pickup, but he doesn't have the measurables to go top of the board like some people are suggesting.
He's good at everything, but great at nothing. Most guys who make it in the NFL are great at something.

Before anyone gets mad, he IS a GREAT college player, I would never knock the things he has done at Texas. And yes I have watched him play quite a bit, considering I'm in Texas
Originally posted by cestmoi:
Colt is great in college, but after I think about the situation more, I agree with the person who said his game doesn't translate well to the NFL.
I mean, he is a decent scrambler, but not good enough to get yards in the NFL or scare anyone.
He completed a very high percentage of passes, but they were all short or dumpoffs, with the occasional bomb.
He played in the spread, which I don't think is a big deal, but it means it will take him quite some time to adjust to the NFL game.
He doesn't have a strong arm, although it isn't a noodle arm by any means.

I think he would be a good pickup, but he doesn't have the measurables to go top of the board like some people are suggesting.
He's good at everything, but great at nothing. Most guys who make it in the NFL are great at something.

Before anyone gets mad, he IS a GREAT college player, I would never knock the things he has done at Texas. And yes I have watched him play quite a bit, considering I'm in Texas

based on the fact that he was the most accurate passer in college football last year, i would say he's great at decision making. i would take him in a heartbeat if he fell to us. im not a pro scout but i think he looks like the best QB prospect to me. Bradford looks a little scrawny and he was very timid against Florida last year