Top 10 QB prospects
Ryan is best described as a winner who has all of the intangibles needed to lead his team to victory. He has consistently shown the ability to direct his team to wins in adverse conditions (Boston College defeated three ranked opponents on the road in '07), and his penchant for orchestrating late game comebacks has cemented his status as the ultimate competitor. Although there are other quarterbacks in this draft class that may possess better physical tools, Ryan's overall package of skills and intangibles pushes him to the top.
Although Henne was a four-year starter in the Big Ten, scouts have questions about his decision-making and durability. He missed three games last season, and only completed 58 percent of his throws as a senior.
He had a strong showing during Senior Bowl week and will likely land near the bottom of the second round. He is an ideal developmental prospect who could eventually become a starter in the right system.
A team will take a flier on him late, hoping to find a