Colin Kaepernick played like Superman in 2012 as he took the 49ers to the Super Bowl.So, going into the 2013 season, the young 49ers phenom would have to rank among the top 10 quarterbacks in the NFL, right?Not so fast.Former NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski, now an analyst for ESPN, recently made Kaepernick No. 11 in his rankings of the 32 starting QBs in the league. And in doing so, he was dead solid perfect for two reasons.First, the sample size is small. Kaepernick, in just his second season as a pro, started just 10 games last season. He was – for the most part – brilliant. But there have been other QBs who came out of the gate hot and then fluttered downhill once defenses had time to study them, pick out their weak spots and throw a little adversity in their faces.But second, Jaworski is a fan. A big, big fan of what Kaepernick can do, so his No. 11 rating comes with a bullet. The sample size is small, but the talent is big, and Jaworski believes Kaepernick is a rising star who will be among the elite of the elite in no time. Already he ranks the 49ers' standout above Robert Griffin III, Tony Romo, Matthew Stafford, Cam Newton, Sam Bradford and Philip...