Scouts differing takes on players most consider to be THE top three picks--Andrew Luck, RG III and Matt Kalil--showing that there isn't as much consensus as we might think there is...
One scout on RG III:
"He cannot play quarterback....He's just running around winging it. He has no idea how to play quarterback. He's got no vision. He's got no accuracy. No touch. Anything you look for in an NFL quarterback, he doesn't have it. You want him to run around and throw the ball and just keep running, he can do that. He's [Michael] Vick, but not as good a thrower."
"He is a Matt Ryan-type player," another scout said. "He can't carry the team on his shoulders, but he's a really good manager. His arm isn't even close to Aaron Rodgers' and he doesn't have Aaron's feet. He's smart, competitive, tough. His teammates love him. The media has put so much pressure on this kid. It's unbelievable. They've basically anointed him Jesus Christ."
What do you think? How much do we ignore that there really are differing opinions about every player? It has always been apparent with the Oakland Raiders, but what about the other teams? Are there really teams that don't have Luck, RG III nor Kalil in their top three at all?