One of the most respected film guys in the game. He only talked for a few minutes, but it was interesting stuff. I like that he doesn't buy into the ESPN hype machine. He only talked about three people: Manziel, Bridgewater and Clowney. I'll try to recap: On Manziel: Cossell says he doesn't put too much weight into pro days. Wonders why a QB like Manziel would be considered a top QB in a draft class. He's under 6 foot, doesn't play like he has a strong arm, is undisciplined, doesn't throw to open receivers, and a few other bad things I can't remember. Says people want their version of Russell Wilson, but says the Seahawks have to basically babysit Wilson and create the offense to play in spite of his limitations. Says Manziel's pro day doesn't reflect what he did on the field. He demonstrated a strong arm in his pro day but not on the field. He's a great natural passer, and it showed during pro day, but he throws off balanced a lot of times in games and makes poor throws. Says beating Alabama and the emergence of Russell Wilson are the only reason Manziel is so hyped. Says of course he had a good pro day because he had 2 months to script it. On Bridgewater: Didn't really say much. Cowherd asked him since Cossell believes a good pro day can't help your stock, can it hurt it? He said not really but it's a bit of a red flag since you had 2 months to prepare it. How can you have 2 months to script a pro day and still do poorly? On Clowney: Cowherd was excited about Clowney's ability in yesterday's athletic drills. Cossell told Cowherd to calm down. Said we already know Clowney is a great athlete so of course he's gonna perform well in athletic drills. What did we learn about Clowney we didn't already know? Cowherd then said but he was running drills and showed that he can drop back in coverage like a linebacker. Cossell said just because you have athletic ability doesn't mean you have football ability. Says just because he did it during pro day doesn't mean he'll do it on the field. I think he's right about Manziel. I think drafting Manziel would be a huge mistake. I also hope we don't make the mistake of selling the farm for Clowney.