With Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III almost assured of being taken with the first two picks in the 2012 draft, much of the intrigue surrounding the QB position has become focused on Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill.
After injuring his foot before the Senior Bowl, Tannehill was unable to participate at the NFL Combine, making his Pro Day at Texas A&M a must watch for most of the league.
Twenty one NFL teams were present to watch him on Thursday in College Station, most notably the Miami Dolphins (who sent GM Jeff Ireland and coach Joe Philbin), Cleveland Browns (who sent offensive coordinator Brad Childress) and Seattle Seahawks (who sent coach Pete Carroll).
Tannehill showcased the speed that made him an excellent WR at the start of his A&M career, running the 40-yard dash somewhere between 4.59 and 4.62 seconds. His arm was nothing to sneeze at either, as he completed 65 of 68 passes with two of his incompletions coming on dropped balls.