Brady Quinn has been projected to go anywhere from the first pick to somewhere at number 10-14. His workout yesterday solidified his spot as a hard worker, great competitor and an excellent quarterback. Scouts, coaches and even owners were in South Bend to watch him workout on Sunday. He will do the physical portion of the workout later in the month. This will allow his injured knee to heal a bit more.
As far as where Brady will go in the draft, It's all up to who you read and what city they are from. Right now the Texans are showing a lot of interest in possibly moving up the board to secure the Franchise QB. Whether the Texans can work out a deal with Cleveland, Oakland or Detroit, Quinn will go in the first 4 picks in April. Nobody in their right mind (assuming owners and managers are of that state) will pass on a 6 foot 5 inch, two hundred and thirty plus pound QB from The University of Notre Dame.
And for Jamarcus Russell going to Oakland with the first pick of the draft, I hope it's true, but can't see it. Other than being big and strong, Russell has shown less than any other QB in this draft. He has only started 20+ games and was picked by the media "AFTER" the Sugar Bowl game. A game where he tore up the 80+ ranked pass defense in the nation. If that is a good barometer to warrant a first pick, by all means, jump on it. Oakland, you are on the clock.
Mock Texan Draft
Another Texan Pick
Brady to Fins
Strongest Position in the Draft. Not really Quinn related, but Alex Flanagan is no slouch.