Like getting a bust at 3 is so much better than getting one at 1? QB has been one of the most difficult postions to predict. Here is a link to a good article on the subject even though it is a 2001 article. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/statitudes/news/2001/04/12/firstround_qbs/ Winning the big game is way overblown in college as well. How many college QBs even have a shot at the big game? Heck Volek could have won the big game if he played at USC. Look at all the college QBs that won big games as well as Heisman awards and never amounted to anything. Didn't Miami win a championship with the great Dorsey at QB when Dorsey threw for 362 yards against Nebraska? The logic of giving too much emphasis on winning the big game is shown in even mentioning Eli Manning as one who never won the big game. Eli Manning is a poster child of how you can be a great college QB and because of the team you play on not have a shot at the big game. Manning's stats his senior year were 253-of-400, 3,340 yards, 27 TDs, 9 INTs. He could be twice as good as Leinert for all we know.