|Player||Mark Sanchez - QB - USC|
|Team||New York Jets|
|Pick||Round 1, Selection 5 (5 Overall)|
|Combine Stats||Ht: 6021v Wt: 227v Forty: 4.95v|
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|Chris Steuber Ranking|| |
#5 out of 357 overall
#1 at QB
Sanchez is an intelligent, physically gifted signal caller who dissects a defense with his awareness. He gets good depth on his drops, sets up quickly in the pocket and has a smooth delivery in which he releases a soft, catchable ball. He completes intermediate routes with precision and displays great touch on vertical throws.
|Tom Marino's Ranking|| |
#3 out of 501 overall
#1 at QB
|Adam Caplan's Flash Analysis||The stories of the Browns souring on Michael Crabtree might have been correct after all. While some question his arm strength, Sanchez is an accurate passer who has a good head for the game. He should be able to handle the pressure of New York. He also won't have to play right away since they have former second-round pick, Kellen Clemens, still on the roster.|
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Round 1: New York Jets Select QB Mark Sanchez
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