Looks like Eric Edholm and some NFL personnel guys agree with me when it comes to the prospects of one Justin Rascati from James Madison University....Like Romo, he's good on his feet, loves to roll out, and makes quick, smart decisions and is very accurate. Please provide any news on this guy, he could very well be another Romo. JJ and his boys, Stephen and Wade, would be wise to roll the dice on him with a late round pick (or as a priority free agent, although my sources believe he will be drafted by someone in the late rounds). Thoughts? Make it a great day! Pro Football Weekly's Eric Edholm brings you hot news and the inside scoop about the NFL Catching up on some draft stuff with two personnel guys So the draft is a mere 10 weeks away … In football time, that’s a shade longer than a New York minute. I remember doing an ESPN.com chat back in November where about a third of the questions were draft-related. Poor Raiders and Lions fans – it’s such a long wait, isn’t it? I was buried in by snow today, so I worked from home and made a couple calls to people around the league I haven’t talked to in a while. I asked two personnel guys about the draft. No doubt they were rolling their eyes on the other end of the receiver at my “catching up” questions, but they were more than helpful. We talked about myriad things, but here were some of the highlights: Small-school talent is rising. Both men said they thought the group of talent from I-AA and lower-division schools could be among the best they have seen across the board, even if there is no Eric Swann in the draft. Asked for a few names to keep tabs on, the one director threw out Lane WR Jacoby Jones, who could be this year’s Vincent Jackson (a first-day D-II pick); and James Madison’s Justin Rascati, a West Coast-style QB who had a down senior season but could stick as a late-round pick.