1. Matthew Stafford, Georgia 6-2, 225 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 1 Post-Combine Skinny: He didn't solidify himself as the No. 1 quarterback, but he didn't falter in the slightest. Not quite as big as expected, but ran extremely well with a 4.81. Positives: Tremendous arm strength … Tough … Right mentality to be a franchise quarterback. Negatives: Not huge. Barely 6-3 … While good at Georgia, he didn’t win enough big games and so far has been more of a tools prospect than an on-field producer. 2. Josh Freeman, Kansas State 6-6, 248 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 3 Post-Combine Skinny: A huge winner from the workouts. Extremely athletic for a player of his size. Impressed more and more with every passing moment. Positives: Prototype size and strength. Can move, too. … Had to try to carry bad KSU teams … experienced and young. … Huge arm. Negatives: Still a bit unknown. Had to press too much to make things happen. … Needs to play up to his size and work on his throwing motion. 3. Mark Sanchez, USC 6-3, 227 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 2 Post-Combine Skinny: Passed every test. Showed real, honest fire and passion for the game off the field, measured up to Matthew Stafford on it. Cranked out a solid 9-8 broad jump and scored high marks for throwing when he wasn't expected to. Positives: Quick release. Good at getting the ball out of his hands in a hurry … Great fire. He’s not Matt Leinart … Can move. Negatives: Was fine at USC, but not elite … Barely 6-3 … NFL arm, but not jaw-dropping … If Pete Carroll didn’t think he was ready, what’s the issue? 4. Nate Davis, Ball State 6-1, 226 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 4 Post-Combine Skinny: Looked smooth and showed off his arm, but everyone was looking for more athleticism and speed that wasn't there. Positives: Great arm and excellent production … Can move in pocket and out … Bad weather thrower. Negatives: Not huge … A system player? He was put in great situations … Not a fiery leader. 5. Pat White, West Virginia 6-0, 197 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 11 Post-Combine Skinny: Told everyone he'd be willing to work at receiver, but he threw extremely well and tore off a solid 4.55. Positives: Elite, offense-defining running skills … Smart, with good enough arm to get by … Clutch … A winner. Negatives: Small and likely not durable as an every down quarterback … Average arm. 6. Cullen Harper, Clemson 6-3, 225 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 5 Post-Combine Skinny: Lifted 225 19 times. He ran well enough and he was more than fine throwing it. Positives: Good arm and mobility … Got through a tough situation last year … Tough and competitive. Negatives: He didn’t produce as expected with the spotlight on … Has work to do on delivery … Tries to do too much at times. 7. Rhett Bomar, Sam Houston State 6-2, 225 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 6 Post-Combine Skinny: A bit erratic with his throws, but he ran well, moved well, and lifted an benched 25 reps. Positives: Great arm and excellent physical skills … Fiery competitor. … Made the players around him better at SHSU. Negatives: Didn’t face top-shelf competition … Reconstructed knee … Not huge. 8. Curtis Painter, Purdue 6-3, 225 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 7 Post-Combine Skinny: Moved well for his size. Pressed a bit, but he didn't make any major mistakes. Didn't stand out, either. Positives: Mobile and productive when he gets rolling … Good character. Good guy. Negatives: Struggled to make his receivers better last year … Didn’t lead the offense to consistent production. 9. John Parker Wilson, Alabama 6-2, 219 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 8 Post-Combine Skinny: Ran well, looked strong. Solidified himself as a possible third rounder. Positives: Game manager … Solid passer with nice mechanics … Veteran who saw it all. Negatives: Not big. Not a prototype … Mediocre arm … Not mobile enough for his size. 10. Hunter Cantwell, Louisville 6-4, 235 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 10 Post-Combine Skinny: Big and lumbering. His delivery change from the Senior Bowl was a plus. Measured big. Positives: Great size and excellent arm …. Looks the part and could be good with the right coaching. Negatives: A statue … Needs a lot of seasoning and reps. Only started one year and was average. 11. Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas 6-1, 219 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 9 Post-Combine Skinny: Didn't run a fast 40 (4.91), but was athletic to make up for his lack of size. Positives: Ultra-productive bomber … Very accurate. Good winner … Solid arm. Negatives: Central Arkansas … Not mobile enough for his size … Small. Too small. 12. Drew Willy, Buffalo 6-3, 215 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 15 Post-Combine Skinny: If you liked him before, you love him now. Wasn't too fast, but was athletic. Moved well. Positives: Veteran four-year starter … Nice game manager and good leader … Accurate. Negatives: Not a great athlete … Good arm, not great. 13. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech 6-2, 223 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 12 Post-Combine Skinny: He was exactly as expected. Didn't run well, but threw fine when he wasn't under pressure. Positives: Ultra-productive … Tough as nails, especially for his size. Doesn’t get rattled … Great tough and timing. Negatives: Doesn’t have an NFL arm … System quarterback who needs work under center … Not tall. 14. Chase Daniel, Missouri 6-0, 218 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 13 Post-Combine Skinny: Measured up to the magical 6-0 mark, but he wasn't fast in the 40. Shortest arms of the QBs by far. Positives: Ultimate leader. Very fiery competitor … Great accuracy and production when he gets on a roll … Mobile. Negatives: Too short … Will be compared to Drew Brees because of size and production, but he isn’t Drew Brees … Gets in trouble when he tries to do too much. 15. Willie Tuitama, Arizona 6-4, 230 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 14 Post-Combine Skinny: Wasn't Invited To The Combine Positives: Good size and bulk. Looks the part … NFL arm with decent mobility in the pocket … Accurate. Negatives: Durabilty a major problem … Was fine at Arizona, but not special. Didn’t blow up as expected. 16. Stephen McGee, Texas A&M 6-3, 235 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 19 Post-Combine Skinny: Created a stir with his speed. His 4.66 40 was second only to Pat White. Ran well, and was fine throwing. Positives: Great runner … Quick learner. Can pick up any system right away. Negatives: Lost his job as a senior partly due to a shoulder injury … Not an elite arm. 17. Tom Brandstater, Fresno State 6-5, 220 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 17 Post-Combine Skinny: Measured as big as advertised. Was surprisingly agile and threw well. Positives: Excellent size and good arm … Could be a sleeper with the right coaching. Negatives: Didn’t improve enough with experience … Average production. 18. Mike Teel, Rutgers 6-3, 230 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 18 Post-Combine Skinny: Wasn't Invited To The Combine Positives: Good size … Overcame rough start to dominate late his senior year … Good arm. Negatives: Not mobile … Benefitted from having a good running game and great receivers. 19. Chase Holbrook, New Mexico State 6-4, 242 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 16 Post-Combine Skinny: Looked puffy. Too big. Threw well, but not well enough to make a statement of any sort. Positives: Big-time size … Excellent arm. Can make all the throws … Accurate. Negatives: Didn’t produce as well as he should’ve in QB friendly offense … Not mobile. 20. Michael Reilly, Central Washington 6-3, 214 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 20 Post-Combine Skinny: Big, strong, and athletic. While he looked like he belonged in the group, he didn't stand out in any way. Positives: Nice size, good mobility, good arm … Ultra-productive and accurate. Negatives: Central Washington is D-II … Good arm. Not a jaw dropper. 21. Brian Hoyer, Michigan State 6-2, 215 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 24 Post-Combine Skinny: Good buzz from a few of the scouts. Some think he has big upside as a pro and will be better than he was at MSU. Positives: Good arm … Solid game manager … Won’t get a team beat. Negatives: Struggled his senior year despite running game to fall back on … Not huge. 22. Todd Boeckman, Ohio State 6-4, 230 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 21 Post-Combine Skinny: Wasn't Invited To The Combine Positives: Excellent size and good accuracy with time … Handled himself well with Terrelle Pryor situation. Negatives: A sitting duck at times against fast defenses … Needs work on throwing motion. 23. David Johnson, Tulsa 6-2, 220 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 23 Post-Combine Skinny: Wasn't Invited To The Combine Positives: Tremendously accurate and efficient … Not a big arm, but good enough. Negatives: One-year starter … Horrible game in C-USA Championship … A system passer. 24. Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State 6-2, 218 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 22 Post-Combine Skinny: Didn't run at the Combine. Far smaller than originally listed. Small hands. Positives: Fiery for good and bad … Shockingly tough. Was battered at ASU … Good fire, sometimes to a negative. Negatives: Held on to the ball too long at times … Immobile … Not an NFL arm. 25. Chase Clement, Rice 6-4, 225 Pre-Combine Position Rank: 25 Post-Combine Skinny: Wasn't Invited To The Combine Positives: Ultra-productive … Very mobile with good size and moxie. Negatives: A system quarterback … Nice arm, but not elite.