Since this season looks awash like other past ten seasons, I am paying a lot more attention to college football, (especially the quarterbacks out there), since it looks like we will have a good chance at drafting from a pretty good crop coming out. I watched Ryan Mallett play against Georgia and was very impressed with his arm strength and he can make all the throws. Obviously at 6'7, 238lbs, he has some mobility issues. What I like about Mallet is he play's in a pro-style offense and against SEC competition. A good test for him will be tomorrow against Alabama. He has thrown for 9 touchdowns and only 2 picks through 3 games. Threw for 380 yards against Georgia.
Andrew Luck from Stanford, who is more mobile than Mallett and has good size at 6-4, 235lbs. Luck is only a junior, but it is certain he is coming out. So far through three games, he has thrown for 10 touchdowns and no interceptions.
Christian Ponder, Florida State, had a very rough outing against Oklahoma, and was 11-28, 113 yards only. So far through three games, he has thrown for 5 touchdowns and 3 picks.
Jake Locker had a terrible game against Nebraska, going 4-20, making Trent Edwards stats look respectable.
From what I have seen, I think the Bills should take either Mallett or Luck next season. I like there size and they both look like franchise quarterbacks. Some scouts that have watched Mallett state that he makes throws that they have never seen any quarterback make before, his arm is that strong. Which is vital playing in the Ralph. Luck, adds another dimension in that he is a lot more mobile than Mallett, which is needed with the Noffensive line that could be out there.