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elsid13
02-05-2010, 04:35 AM
Thought this was interesting

http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/2010-draft-quarterback-grading-scale.html


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Starter Caliber

8.0 Starts first game as a pro…a prospect who possesses rare physical attributes that have an obvious impact on the game…will instantly become one of the best players at his position in the NFL.

7.5 Becomes a starter in his rookie season…a prospect who possesses physical attributes that will create mismatches and have an obvious impact on the game… will become a premier player in the league.

7.0 Starts in first game as a pro…a prospect who possesses physical attributes that will create mismatches vs. most opponents…a featured player on a team.

6.9 Becomes a starter during his rookie year…a prospect who possesses physical attributes that will create mismatches vs. most opponents…a featured player on team.

6.8 Becomes a starter during his rookie year…becomes a solid NFL player who has no real weakness…can’t be exploited or consistently taken out of games.

Dirty Starter Caliber

6.7 Contributes first year and starts second year…must be able to get on the field and make a contribution as a rookie…expected to start his second year in the league.

6.6 Contributes first year but may take time to become a starter…has the ability to become a starter and will be expected to assume a starting role.

6.5 Clean player who is inconsistent in his play due to character, alertness or competitiveness…has all the physical tools needed to become a starter…if he overcomes his deficiencies, he will be a star in the league…if he doesn’t, he’ll be a complete failure…NO middle ground.

Possible Starter Caliber

6.4 Has one deficient area of his playing skills or physical attributes but should be able to overcome it and contribute to a team…has the potential to become a starter based on his abilities.

6.3 Has one deficient area of his playing skills or his physical attributes that will be difficult to overcome but will contribute in spite of it…has the potential to become a starter based on his abilities.

6.2 Has one deficient area of his physical attributes that he can never overcome but has been productive and has the potential to be a starter in the NFL in spite of his shortcomings.

6.1 A clean prospect who will need time and development in order to contribute…physically, this player has all the tools to be a starter in the NFL but has not yet developed the necessary skills due to level of competition, offensive or defensive schemes, injury, grades or lack of playing time…true developmental player who has the potential to become a starter.

6.0 An underachiever who has exhibited a deficiency in some area of his play...has the abilities to become a starter but hasn’t played up to them…has a problem with football instincts, character and/or competitiveness…boom-or-bust prospect.

PRBronco
02-05-2010, 10:13 AM
Lol Dirty Starter caliber. Seen our share of those methinks. Skelton sure is high up there. That dude is huge.

oubronco
02-05-2010, 11:18 AM
Teblow above LeFevour is a joke

no-pseudo-fan
02-05-2010, 11:37 AM
John Skelton is from El Chuco!!!!! Denver needs more players from my neck of the woods.

Requiem
02-05-2010, 11:49 AM
I think this is a pretty solid overview of the class, as well as the ranking system in general. I'd rank LeFevour a little higher and degrade Tebow and McCoy.