I must admit, I'm envious of other teams when I see an Aaron Murray, Connor Shaw, or Manziel on the other sideline. How have we shot so many blanks in recent years with QB recruiting? Does anyone know the pedigree of those players I mentioned above? I'm wondering if we're picking raw talent over bonafide top level high school experience and leadership. I know Tebow played in the Florida High School Championships for Nease, did Driskel ever play for anything on the line in high school? My sense was he was a talented thrower on a crappy team. I know Murray was playing for Tampa, did he ever win anything at the high school level or at least make the playoffs? Did Shaw? Did Johnny Football? My point is: there are times, especially in important games, where Driskel acts like he just picked up the football for the first time. He has no awareness, no football sense, and you can see the pressure causes bad decisions and overthrows to open receivers. We really saw that in his very first game (was it Bama?) when he was overthrowing receivers by ten yards. Is it possible that we are picking kids with awesome game film but no real football savvy, and shouldn't we be limiting ourselves to talented QBs from powerhouse HS programs? FWIW, Purifoy played QB in Pensacola and played against some real humdingers in terms of powerhouse programs. He probably as more big game experience than Jeff. Another example would be JB IV, who apparently was awesome in high school....playing for a Catholic school against less than 5A powerhouses. Maybe we should be looking for talented kids who have already been battle tested at some of the upper levels of high school programs.