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What about taking a chance on Fitzpartick?

pigskinguy

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Assuming we take a late flyer on a QB, what about Fitzpatrick from Harvard. I don't know much about him.
KB, Boomer what do you guys know about him? Is he worth a late round pick? Or could we get him as an undrafted FA?
 

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Better players still available. The guy reminds of Fiedler with a bit less mobility and a little more arm.
 

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Havent seen too mcuh of him....McPherson just has too much potential to pass up with this late of a pick IMO. I really hope we get him with our next pick.
 

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pigskinguy said:
NOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

OK forget I said anything :D

he's better than Fiedler.....he actually operated out of the gun a lot at Harvard....he's got a good arm, he was a track athlete, and he got a 50 on the Wonderlic

http://www.nfl.com/draft/profiles/2005/fitzpatrick_ryan

Attended Highland (Gilbert, Az.) High School … Second-team Class 5A all-state as a senior, adding Arizona High School All-Star team, Fiesta Region first team, Fiesta Region MVP and team MVP honors … Set one state record -- throwing a 99-yard touchdown pass -- and 12 school records (school records include yards passing for a game, season, and career; TD passes for a game, season and career; and completions and completion percentage for a game, season and a career) … Led the team to the state playoffs from 1998-2000 and to the 1999 Fiesta Region title … Member of the school's basketball and track teams … Graduated in the top 1 percent of his class … Also was named to Boy's State and served as its 2000 Treasurer … Recipient of the Presidential Award of Excellence.

Fitzpatrick is a well-built athlete with a muscular upper body, quick feet and very good field vision. He is a player that possesses good leadership poise and smarts for the position, a student of the game who is a quick thinker and communicator on the field. He also is effective in running the one-back multiple system or operating out of a pro set. … Fitzpatrick operates mostly out of the shotgun formation, but when he does take snaps from under center, he shows decent quickness driving back to his set point.
 

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He also is effective in running the one-back multiple system or operating out of a pro set.

Sounds a lot like the system we'll be running (single-back).
 
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