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NFL Draft > 2010 Prospects > QB > Sam Bradford

Sam Bradford Scouting Report

Position: QB
Conference: Big12
School: Oklahoma Sooners
Year/Status: Drafted
Jersey Number: #14
Height & Weight: 6'4 - 218 lbs.
Drafted 1.1 in 2010 by STL

2010 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

Sam Bradford's first two seasons at Oklahoma are well documented. He threw for over 3,000 yards as a freshman and dominated the college football world as a sophomore, ending up with a trip to the BCS Championship game and a Heisman Trophy. Bradford could have been a first round pick after his sophomore season since he was draft eligible after redshirting in 2006. Then 2009 happened. Bradford hurt his shoulder early in the season and it took about a quarter of the Red River Shootout for the Longhorns to send Bradford back to the sidelines. Now we have to wait and see how serious this injury really is. Even if he does not take another collegiate snap, Bradford will be an extremely accurate passer and has a good arm when it is not in a sling. Bradford was considered by many to be the top player in this draft. But the short comeback from his injury raises a lot of questions. If he does not come back in 2009 (or comes back for another half before injuring his shoulder again), his stock will drop as NFL teams worry about his long-term health. One thing is for sure, if Bradford can stay healthy, he is the best quarterback in this class. 1/19 Update: Bradford missed the rest of the 2009 campaign, but he is still considered by many as the best signal caller in this class. Certainly he would be without the injuries and the injury problem seems to be a thing of the past. Bradford is a top five talent and his doctor is also the team doctor for the Redskins, who have the fourth overall pick in the draft. If he is healthy and available, do not expect him to have to wait until pick number five to hear his name called on draft day. 3/24 Update: Bradford did not participate in any drills during the NFL Combine and instead just showed up for the interviews. The Rams brass are talking with him and even his doctor who performed the surgery on his shoulder said he could very well end up being the first overall selection in the draft. However, the true test will be during his pro day on March 29th when Bradford will throw in front of scouts and coaches for the first time since his surgery. Barring a disaster, he will be a top four pick and quite possibly the first overall selection. 4/7 Update: Bradford finally threw for NFL teams and he did everything everybody expected of him. His shoulder issues appear to be a thing of the past and he is looking more and more like an NFL quarterback. And Bradford is looking more and more like the Rams' quarterback. St. Louis released Marc Bulger in early April and are certainly looking for a quarterback and Bradford appears to be the one they want.

Last Updated Apr-07-2010 by Joel Welser

20 Comments | Add Yours
Prediction: 1st Round

Sam Bradford has heart and toughness!!
That's why he is above Mccoy fore sure.

Found this poll the other day: http://www.ciskopics.com.

Can't wait for the Drafts!

Posted by:
osasko 04/18/10 03:15 AM
Prediction: 1st Round

Toughness and the boys got Heart!!
Number one!

Found this poll: http://www.ciskopics.com

Can't wait for the drafts.

Posted by:
osasko 04/18/10 03:03 AM
Prediction: 1st Round

Sam Bradford has all the college credentials needed for a 2 year career, but he isn't worth the number one pick or a Top 5 pick for that matter. He is a second round at best talent being pushed to the top of the draft by false hopes. He may have added bulk but is easily dinged up and not ready to run an NFL offense. His career path as a top 5 pick will be that of a bust, but if he came in as a second rounder that, in the right system,can learn for two years from the bench and maybe be somewhat productive.

Posted by:
jnols 04/16/10 04:06 PM
Prediction: 1st Round

I don't think Bradford would be a good pick for the Rams. He's injury prone, and would most likely be beat up just like QB Marc Bulger was in a pass-happy division. Suh is what they need, and is the safest pick. If the Rams traded Atogwe and the 33rd overall pick for McNabb, or even Kolb, they could then trade the #1 overall pick to TB for a nice #3 pick replacement for Atogwe in Eric Berry, and probably get a decent upgrade in round 2 from TB's 42nd pick if Tampa wants Suh bad enough.

Posted by:
cow_b_oy2000 03/24/10 06:27 PM
Prediction: 1st Round

worth #1 pick, very good leader

Posted by:
davidbuskirk 03/06/10 04:45 PM
Prediction: 1st Round

if the rams don't take suh they will trade down there are there are 3 Bradford 'Clauson Colt mcoy.NONE OF THEM R # 1 PICKS THEY WILL STILL BE THERE LATER

Posted by:
kvnwillshire 03/02/10 11:15 AM
Prediction: 1st Round

Anywhere between 1-9. And him falling to #9 would be just as surprising as Rodgers falling to #24. Rams, Seattle, Cleveland, Oakland and Buffalo all needs QBs. If the Redskins decide to move on from Campbell then they will draft him, assuming he's there.

Posted by:
Horcasitas 03/01/10 07:18 PM
Prediction: 1st Round

The best decision Bradford ever made was to stay in school. If he'd come out last year he would have gone to the black hole that is Detroit and he would have suffered the same fate as Stafford. Now he'll go to a team that can afford to sit him a year and get him an elite LT to protect him. There are 3 teams in the top ten that need a franchise QB. He won't fall further than Seattle and he probably won't fall that far.

Posted by:
akryan 02/15/10 07:19 AM
Prediction: 1st Round

If Bradford goes to Washington then he will put up great numbers...He will have a coach that will tell him to sling it down the field...I wonder why none of the great QB's are coaching anyone now? Marino, Montana, Elway, Nameth the list goes on and on....None of them are trying to teach the next generation how to play football?
Oh well........

Posted by:
letsdraft 02/05/10 05:34 PM
Prediction: 2nd Round

Too much risk

Posted by:
damiangonzales93 02/03/10 06:25 AM

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