For those of you who don't follow college football, or some who just haven't had the time to see him play, here is a clip of some highlights of Sam Bradford's Sophomore year.
Couple things to notice here. His release is unbelievably quick. Also, his accuracy is amazing. He shows very good footwork in the pocket, and has the ability to slide step to aviod the rush and buy his WR's extra time. He is also very athletic for someone his size which is evident on a couple of his runs. What sticks out to me most is his ability to go through his progressions so quickly. Bob Stoops runs a very complicated offense, so it's not like he has 2 reads and then checks down. He shows such great field vision, decisiveness, and throws a very catachable ball. What he does very well that scouts love, but not many college QB's do well, is looking off, and being able to move the safety with his eyes. You will notice this on many of his throws.
I hope all you who are against drafting him just take 6 min to watch this, so you can get an idea of the type of talent this kid has. I know it won't sway many people's minds, but maybe it can open some.
I'd love to hear your comments whether positive of negative.