No, John O’Korn. At least according to John O’Korn.
O’Korn, who managed just two touchdown passes and six interceptions as a part-time starter last year at Michigan, says that playing for Jim Harbaugh prepared him for the NFL better than any other quarterback has been prepared.
“Honestly, I think I’m the most NFL-ready quarterback in this draft just as far as terminology, and knowing what to do on a day-to-day basis, game-planning,” O’Korn said. “I was part of the game-plan meetings with coach Harbaugh, coach [Pep] Hamilton, the whole staff, coach [Tim] Drevno, all last fall, so just on a day-to-day basis what it takes to be an NFL quarterback, I think I would choose myself over any other guy in this draft in that regard.”
That might make O’Korn sound delusional, but he understands that he’s just going to be a guy fighting for a roster spot in the months ahead.
“That’s all I really can ask for,” O’Korn said. “Whether I get drafted or picked up as an undrafted free agent, that’s really not up to me, but I’m going to come in, I’m going to work and I’m going to be the best at whatever they expect me to do.”
Perhaps O’Korn means to say that he’s the most ready to be an NFL scout team quarterback, the most ready to be a camp arm who can give an NFL team good reps in training camp. That doesn’t necessarily make him worth a seventh-round draft pick, but it might get him the chance he’s looking for.