Sam BradfordHt/Wt: 6-4/218 lbs
Sam Bradford's 2010 Player ProfileBradford’s draft position has dropped as he’s had season-ending shoulder surgery, recovery time is from 4 to 6 months. He still expects to enter the draft. Bradford was rated by many as the top QB for the 2010 draft before the injury, and possibly for the 2009 draft had he decided to enter. There’s not a lot to add to his 2009 profile, other than the ‘durability’ question which might scare teams off. It might be a lot of money to pay a QB with a questionable shoulder, but if his shoulder issues are behind him, he could be the top QB coming out this draft class.
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Sam Bradford's 2009 Player Profile
After red-shirting his 2006 season, Bradford became the starter for Oklahoma the following season, where he passed for over 3,000 yards and set an NCAA record for most TD’s by a freshman with 36. After leading the Sooners to a 11-3 record in 2007, they followed it up with a 12-1 record in 2008 (not including bowl game).
This season he passed for 4,464 yards and 48 touchdowns, while only throwing 6 interceptions, and is a serious Heisman candidate. Averaged 1 TD pass But the question remains, will he leave college and enter the 2009 NFL Draft?
Bradford has a strong, accurate arm with decent athletic ability. He is an excellent decision maker with good pocket presence, which leads to not making careless turnovers (only 6 INTs). Not a vocal leader, but leads by example on the field. Has the size, drive, focus, and tools to be success at the next level.
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