|Tarvaris Jackson||Alabama State||QB||4.69||4.65|
|Omar Jacobs||Bowling Green||QB||4.88||4.93|
|Travis Lulay||Montana State||QB||4.75||4.73|
|Reggie McNeal||Texas A&M||QB||4.38||4.43||4.29||4.25|
|Erik Meyer||Eastern Washington||QB||4.72||4.69||4.16||4.12|
|Barrick Nealy||Texas State||QB||4.66||4.70||4.32||4.26|
|Paul Pinegar||Fresno State||QB||5.21||5.27||4.55||4.49|
|Quinton Porter||Boston College||QB||4.75||4.74||4.11||4.10|
|Michael Robinson||Penn State||QB||DNR||DNR|
|Kent Smith||Central Michigan||QB||4.66||4.63||4.50||4.47|
|Marcus Vick||Virginia Tech||QB||4.60||4.55||4.08||4.08|
While we would not call Jay Cutler's performance a knockout, the Vandy passer did well. His arm strength was evident and he had no problem driving the ball downfield or zipping the outs. Cutler was accurate but, as was the case at the Senior Bowl, he seemed to rely too much on arm strength to make plays. We were alerted the Cutler has not come over well during interviews either.
Bruce Gradkowski of Toledo also threw the ball well. His outs were crisp and nicely timed. There is the question of Gradkowski's marginal arm strength, which was evident watching his deep passes float.
Eastern Washington's Erik Meyer also looked solid. While his side-arm release will be a problem for some teams, Meyer showed good zip and accuracy on all his throws. His timing was impeccable all afternoon and Meyer, on the field anyway, improved his draft stock.
Ingle Martin also showed a lot of skill. His arm strength was obvious though Martin was a bit late and wild on the longer passes.
While he threw the ball well most of the day, it is apparent Omar Jacobs needs a lot of work. After taking snaps almost exclusively from the shotgun the past two years at Bowling Green, Jacobs footwork was horrid when simulating a drop into the pocket this afternoon.
Brett Basanez of Northwestern, Texas State's Barrick Nealy and Brad Smith of Missouri al struggled throwing the ball.