I wanted to get the opinion of some of the more football-knowledgeable on this board. Even though I'm an OU fan, I've always kind of bought in to the conventional wisdom that Jason White is not "starter" caliber for the NFL. People regularly have him projected as a late second day pick for the draft, etc. But now I'm starting to wonder, as he's putting up his second amazing year of stats: Why couldn't he be a great NFL QB? Call me crazy (actually, please don't) but watching MNF football last night, I found myself noticing a lot of similarities between White and a certain Peyton Manning. White has great pocket presence, he's very accurate with the ball. When given time, he can deliver the deep ball very accurately. He's got a quick delivery. He's shown this year that he can operate not only out of the shotgun but also from under center. His negatives seem to be that his arm strength is solid, but not spectacular. He also is somewhat slow footed. But watching Manning last night, I realized that slowness and average arm strength are trade offs I'd gladly make in return for a "field general" QB who is confident, smart, and accurate with the ball. Anyway, I'm not much of an X's and O's guy, so I'd thought I'd see if any of y'all have anything to add to this. P.S. Let's try to avoid blind homerism by my fellow OU fans, and blind hatered by those in the burn orange. Although I suppose you could argue this whole post is blind homerism.