If you don't normally follow the Senior Bowl workouts, it is a great opportunity to evaluate QBs:
FLASHBACK NOTES on RUSSELL WILSON and KIRK COUSINS
Wilson threw for over 11,000 yards with 109 touchdowns and only 30 interceptions during his time with the North Carolina State Wolfpack and Wisconsin Badgers.
He demonstrated great decision making, a strong, accurate arm, quick delivery and tremendous scrambling ability in his illustrious collegiate career.
The only knock on Wilson—and it's a major one—is his lack of ideal NFL quarterback height.
He measured a shade below 5'11'' at the Senior Bowl earlier this week.
However, once Wilson put the pads on and stepped on the field, he impressed nearly all the draft experts and scouting onlookers.
("When it's all said and done, this quarterback might be the best at the 2012 Senior Bowl. Play-maker!").
Kirk Cousins – Michigan State: Cousins’ arm strength is a plus for sure. He has a a very slight wind-up, but the ball jumps out of his hands. After struggling to put some air under some of his deep throws early on in the one-on-one drills, he started to do a better job of dropping it in the basket later on. Cousins looks the part and has wowed NFL teams in his interviews from a character standpoint.
....or just pull out the darts.....