Originally Posted by Jeremy
A good quaterback coach (which he did not have at Washington) could take his basic athletic ability and turn him into a good backup quaterback.
I'd rather draft an actual receiver than draft a project.
As the thread insinuated...Stanback might be worth taking a chance on in a late
rounds due to A) His injury B) A needed change of position C) Athletic ability
any "reciever" who lasts until the sixth or seventh round...probably wouldnt be worth drafting...(Colston is the exception to the rule ...and nobody should be thinking that we will duplicate what the saint did last year.)
I'm not sure if we want to draft a player in order to "teach" him to be a QB after he played the position for 3+ years.
That being said..I agree with you that there is more to Stanback then most people see...and if
we do draft him as a Qb...we have that Athletic ability to fall back on..so we can use him in some aspect.