Pro-style or spread offense?


This should be either the starting point or end of the discussion of "What's the best for a college quarterback to be in?" Graham Harrell, who went undrafted (later picked up by the Browns as a free-agent) and threw for 131 touchdowns in his final 3 years didn't get a sniff from GM's in this year's draft. Chase Daniel (a finalist for the Heisman this year) went undrafted as well. Signing with the Redskins as a free agent. The pro-style is the way to go for college QB's, in my estimation.