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Quarterback Lookback: 2011 Predraft Analysis

Colin Kaepernick (Joe Nicholson/USA TODAY)

Now three years down the line, we pretty much know the stars and duds of the 2011 quarterback class, but it's interesting to look back at the extensive analysis on each player from NFL scout Dave-Te' Thomas. Who did he have as the cream of crop, the boom or bust, the most overrated and the biggest injury risk?

ORIGINAL ANALYSIS OF THE 2011 QUARTERBACK CLASS Originally posted Apr 15, 2011 The spread offense is more prevalent than ever before in college football and, as a result, evaluating the quarterback position has become increasingly more difficult than in the past. Scouts must poke and prod to project how a player will acclimate to the pro game and (usually) a significant system change. It's...

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