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Jaws on QB sleepers

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ESPN's Ron Jaworski named Jonathan Crompton of Tennessee as his No. 1 sleeper quarterback for the 2010 NFL Draft.

Jaworski was also once high on current Panthers starter Matt Moore as a sleeper. Moore went undrafted. "There are some people who have him not even drafted," Jaws said of Crompton. "He's a guy ... who has real upside. He’s very fluid with his movement, can make all the throws ... He throws with great balance. To be a consistently acccurate quarterback, you have to have rock-solid mechanics." Jaws is also high on Mike Kafka of Northwestern

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http://www.rotoworld.com/Content/playerpages/player_main.aspx?sport=NFL&id=5808

http://blogs.buffalonews.com/billboard/2010/04/jaws-on-qb-sleepers.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+typepad/buffalonews/billboard+(BillBoard)

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Honestly, Jaws knows his QBs.. I would take what he says to the bank when it comes to QBs. Him and Parcells.

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I agree... Jaws knows his sh*t...

I actually like those segments ESPN has been doing with Chuckie on SportCenter too...

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Crompton looks the part and makes pretty throws. The problem is they are more often than not to the other team.

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Crompton looks the part and makes pretty throws. The problem is they are more often than not to the other team.

Lol

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Seriously, were it not for Crompton, U of Tenn would have been in the running for a major bowl game and maybe even the SEC Championship. They had one of the best D's in college football and a good running game. Crompton just kept making throws to make Jake Delhomme cring.

How he's getting so much press is beyond me.

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Not my opinion because I haven't seen much of him, but I've seen several other scouts saying basically the same thing that he's their favorite late round sleeper QB.

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