As a result, here's a quick discussion about a couple of burning questions many people might have.
1. Will Bradford actually be the overall No. 1 pick in the draft? Assuming there have been no setbacks, and Bradford shows that today, the Rams would be crazy to pass up what figures to be a franchise quarterback. As obvious as it sounds, it all depends on his health. If he clearly exhibits that the shoulder has completely healed and he can make all the throws he needs to, then Bradford will find himself in a St. Louis jersey on April 22. Head coach Steve Spagnuolo was extremely interested in Bradford on OU's previous pro day, and there's no mistake about that. They will draft him if he shows signs of being all the way healthy in this next month.
2. If today doesn't go as expected, then what? This won't be an issue because Bradford will likely be fine health-wise and make all of his throws with the type of precision a No. 1 NFL draft pick needs. But if it does occur, the next month still features a workout with both the Rams and the Redskins. If he really struggles, look for him to go fourth to the Redskins. But there's a chance even if he doesn't "wow" anyone today or make all the throws with perfection that he could still go first overall.