The problem with drafting a QB from a WINNING College team is that you don't know that the reason that he's successful is because of his supporting casts. You take a perennial top 10 team i.e. Florida, Miami, LSU, Texas, Alabama, USC and you know that they always have a very strong Offensive line. For the most part, they can protect their QB and give them enough time to find receivers.
You don't know how good they really are unless you see them frequently outside their comfort zone. i.e. running for their life BUT still making plays.
Lot's of NFL QB's today DIDN'T come from big named top ten football colleges. i.e: Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, Phillip Rivers, Drew Brees, Kurt Warner, Bret Farve ...etc.
[ Edited by Kauaiguy on Nov 18, 2009 at 12:35 AM ]