Sam Bradford will go first overall, Tim Tebow thinks he’s going higher than everyone says, and all the other quarterbacks seem to be dropping. That’s our best read on the quarterback situation in the final minutes before the start of the 2010 NFL draft.
One quarterback, Colt McCoy of Texas, says he can’t get a read on his own draft stock.
Interviewed on ESPN Thursday night from Austin, Texas, McCoy said he doesn’t have a feel for where or when he’ll be selected.
“I’m just trying to relax,” McCoy said. “I’m just kind of hanging out and waiting to hear my name called.”
McCoy says he really doesn’t have any idea when he’s going to hear his name called.
“I have no expectations,” McCoy said. “Today or tomorrow, going first or second round, I know that the team that wants me most is going to get me, and when my name is called and I get introduced to where ever I’m going to live, where ever I’m going to play, they’re going to get 100 percent of my best effort, and we’re going to do just what I did at Texas, and that’s win a lot of football games.”