This post is part of a continuing series in which we break down 13 2011 NFL Draft prospects - our Baker's Dozen - that should interest the Buffalo Bills. Keep up to date on our Baker's Dozen series here.
Blaine Gabbert is another in a long line of "boring" character scouting reports, as there really isn't anything major to touch on, particularly when looking for anything negative. Gabbert is squeaky clean off the field (judging by his Twitter account, he does pretty much nothing but travel and go fishing), is super competitive on it, and has the intelligence and work ethic to deliver on his immense potential.
For a time, I was convinced that Gabbert's impeccable character and intangibles would get him drafted No. 1 overall by Carolina. I thought for sure that the Panthers would prefer the high-talent, high-character guy to the higher-talent, questionable-character guy in Cam Newton. All signs currently point to me being wrong on that front - especially considering that Gabbert may slide down as far as No. 5 overall, and perhaps even further. His game tape is causing a lot of people to question him at the moment, but you'll never hear those questions regarding his character.