At the College Football Roundtable each week, we ask each member of the college football coverage staff for their opinion about a specific topic from the past week in college football. This week we asked our experts for potential first-round busts – a list Vernon Gholston showed up on – as well as...[details]
The Good: Brohm has a good arm and a quick, compact delivery that allows him to deliver the ball with excellent velocity, good timing, touch and fine accuracy. He has progressed quickly in all aspects of play since starting as a sophomore. He can deliver the ball into tight spots in the intermediate and short zones. He is very competitive, hard-working and shows the ability to direct an offense.
The Bad: As a senior, he made too many mistakes and tried to force the play at times. He must improve his decision making and pocket presence to realize his potential as a pro prospect. He opted out of the critical Senior Bowl All-star game because of a lower leg injury.
This is special to Rivals.com from Frank Coyle. Coyle has written about the NFL Draft in his newsletter for more than...[Complete Bio]