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Old 01-19-2010, 04:01 PM   #1
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Old 01-19-2010, 04:03 PM   #2
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Official Skelton is 6'4 244

Fordham QB John Skelton and Northwestern QB Mike Kafka both had up-and-down days. Skelton was impressive from a physical standpoint and appears to have the strongest arm of the QBs here this week. Like Clark, though, Skelton had a few issues with his accuracy as a few of his throws sailed on him. Kafka, on the other hand, was by far the most accurate East quarterback on Monday and he put great touch on his passes. The concern with him is his drops. Kafka is trying to transition from playing in a shotgun-heavy attack to a pro-style system and his footwork appeared awkward at times. From Espn
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From our friends at Draftguys.com
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(Fordham) is throwing the ball with more confidence but didn’t really come alive until they started running the 2-minute drill. Earlier in practice he was playing it safe with the football and absolutely refused to challenge the edges of the defense. There was a play where he rolled out to his right and had Blair White streaking on a 9-route and Andrew Quarless running underneath. White had tight coverage, but was pulling away from his man—Skelton chose to check down and play it safe. Had he just thrown it in front of White and let him run under it, the result would have been a big play for a touchdown. When the team was running the 2-minute drill Skelton seemed really comfortable and had the offense in a good rhythm. His passes were on time, and he was very decisive with his throws.
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Old 01-21-2010, 08:26 AM   #6
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Keep an eye on Barry Church, S, Toledo....one of my favorite prospects in the draft.
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