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

Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
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 think the chances of us getting McCoy or Bradford are VERY good. 2 picks in the first give us a lot of bargaining power!

i hope we dont have to blow both to get one of these guys tho. who do u guys see going first? and about where do you think they both go? my guess is bradford would go first but McCoy could turn it on too, he's really accurate, has a good arm and he has some wheels on him too. i'd be just fine with either one.
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
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 think the chances of us getting McCoy or Bradford are VERY good. 2 picks in the first give us a lot of bargaining power!

In my opinion, I think Sam Bradford will be the #1 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. I think we have a better chance at drafting Colt McCoy thanks to the 49ers trading with the Carolina Panthers.
[ Edited by PTulini on Aug 18, 2009 at 1:26 PM ]
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
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 think the chances of us getting McCoy or Bradford are VERY good. 2 picks in the first give us a lot of bargaining power!

In my opinion, I think Sam Bradford will be the #1 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. I think we have a better chance at drafting Colt McCoy thanks to the 49ers trading with the Carolina Panthers.

Chances are he would be picked up by St. Louis
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
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 think the chances of us getting McCoy or Bradford are VERY good. 2 picks in the first give us a lot of bargaining power!

In my opinion, I think Sam Bradford will be the #1 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. I think we have a better chance at drafting Colt McCoy thanks to the 49ers trading with the Carolina Panthers.

Chances are he would be picked up by St. Louis

Who Sam Bradford?
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by PTulini:
Originally posted by SybErkRimInAL:
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 think the chances of us getting McCoy or Bradford are VERY good. 2 picks in the first give us a lot of bargaining power!

In my opinion, I think Sam Bradford will be the #1 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. I think we have a better chance at drafting Colt McCoy thanks to the 49ers trading with the Carolina Panthers.

Chances are he would be picked up by St. Louis

Who Sam Bradford?

If Hasselbeck goes down again this year Seattle will have a very bad record, which I think will happen. So you will have 2 NFC West teams looking for a QB very early, the question is who has the worse record. I would say Bradford then McCoy go very quickly.
lol at some moron saying we're planning to tank. Mike Singletary and tanking don't even belong in the same sentence.
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.
[ Edited by abowers1984 on Aug 19, 2009 at 12:45 AM ]
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.

never know until it happens i guess. i just see all these guys with bg arms like jamarcus russel, kyle orton, mike vick... they can throw it a mile but its a guess where that ball is actually gonna end up. no team throws the ball downfield all day. i think McCoy and Tebow do what they need to do to win. especially tebow. and if what some of you guys are saying about tebow is true, and he ends up available in the 2nd or 3rd, i would take him in a heart beat. im just having regrets about spending another #1 pick on a QB. its a huge gamble
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
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.

never know until it happens i guess. i just see all these guys with bg arms like jamarcus russel, kyle orton, mike vick... they can throw it a mile but its a guess where that ball is actually gonna end up. no team throws the ball downfield all day. i think McCoy and Tebow do what they need to do to win. especially tebow. and if what some of you guys are saying about tebow is true, and he ends up available in the 2nd or 3rd, i would take him in a heart beat. im just having regrets about spending another #1 pick on a QB. its a huge gamble

Referring to just those big armed QBs is selective criticism if I've ever seen it... What about Carson Palmer, Aaron Rodgers, Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, Ben Roethlesberger. The fact is, if you had the choice between a QB with above-average arm strength or average to below-average arm strength, which would you choose.

Regarding selecting a QB in the 1st round, I simply dont understand the argument that teams shouldnt spend 1st rounders on QBs because of the low success rates. If a team has a need at that position, and a QB on which they have a 1st round grade falls to them - passing just shows a lack of confidence in your scouting department.

My top two options at QB in next years draft are Sam Bradford and Jevan Snead - If we have a shot at either, we should probably pull the trigger... Just like we should of had Sanchez fallen to this year or Flacco last year.
Originally posted by abowers1984:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
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.

never know until it happens i guess. i just see all these guys with bg arms like jamarcus russel, kyle orton, mike vick... they can throw it a mile but its a guess where that ball is actually gonna end up. no team throws the ball downfield all day. i think McCoy and Tebow do what they need to do to win. especially tebow. and if what some of you guys are saying about tebow is true, and he ends up available in the 2nd or 3rd, i would take him in a heart beat. im just having regrets about spending another #1 pick on a QB. its a huge gamble

Referring to just those big armed QBs is selective criticism if I've ever seen it... What about Carson Palmer, Aaron Rodgers, Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, Ben Roethlesberger. The fact is, if you had the choice between a QB with above-average arm strength or average to below-average arm strength, which would you choose.

Regarding selecting a QB in the 1st round, I simply dont understand the argument that teams shouldnt spend 1st rounders on QBs because of the low success rates. If a team has a need at that position, and a QB on which they have a 1st round grade falls to them - passing just shows a lack of confidence in your scouting department.

My top two options at QB in next years draft are Sam Bradford and Jevan Snead - If we have a shot at either, we should probably pull the trigger... Just like we should of had Sanchez fallen to this year or Flacco last year.

ofcourse you take the guy with the better arm but im just saying most guys who are known for arm strength and throwing deep, throw lots of picks too, favre is another who comes to mind. and no team throws downfield all the time. in football most plays occur in the short to mid-range level of passing for QB's. i would rather we get someone who's excellent at those throws than someone who can hit long range a little more often but not as good in the short and mid range. i think the best overall QB next year is Bradford but we wont have a chance at him. as far as taking a QB in the first round if we have him rated higher its a double edged sword. next year, a bunch of good QB's are coming out and we have other needs. i think we should find the passrusher we've been looking for for the longest time and maybe shore up the o-line or safety position. if the QB class is deep why blow a 1st rounder on a QB when there should be good QB's in the other rounds? the 2nd and 3rd rounds should have some pretty good QB's still available. if our QB is a glaring weakness this year, fine take a QB early, but i dont think it will be that much of a problem. i think Hill or Smith are capable of getting wins for this team.
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College QB notes:

Tim Tebow - says, he wants to take more snaps under center this upcoming season and wants to really work on his footwork.

As I figured he would, with his new QB coach who also tutored Tom Brady. If he improves his mechanics and plays in another BCS , no doubt he'll be a 1st round pick.

San Bradford - Has put on 12 pounds of muscle.

Colt McCoy - Says hes up to 215 pounds.
Who do you guys want in next year's draft? Bradford? Tebow? It's obvious we'll need a new QB.
I think Hill's done everything asked of him. He's in the middle of the pack as far as NFL starter go.

It just irritates me that someone like Smith should start over him, even if it is preseason. Hill has proven (easily, IMO) that he's the best QB on the team. Smith does not give us the best chance of winning.

Anyway, that's my rant.

If neither guy works out this year, then yes, we should definitely look at a rookie next year.
some people say Snead, but I don't trust a guy that looks like Clay Aiken, just like my daddy used to say


Originally posted by strickac:
I think Hill's done everything asked of him. He's in the middle of the pack as far as NFL starter go.

It just irritates me that someone like Smith should start over him, even if it is preseason. Hill has proven (easily, IMO) that he's the best QB on the team. Smith does not give us the best chance of winning.

Anyway, that's my rant.

If neither guy works out this year, then yes, we should definitely look at a rookie next year.

Who has ever said this??? The only QB that SHOULD be starting is the one that gives the team the best chance at winning. And currently at this moment that QB is Hill.

As for next year maybe Davis can step up? TOP_CAT seems to think the guy is god so lets hope he is if this turns out to be the case.