Phins Rock wrote:
Jake Locker......Just no.
Colin Kaepernick is not a QB. Period.
Per Scouts Inc
Checking in on Locker
Washington's Jake Locker's day was a little bit like a microcosm of his career. He made some unbelievable throws, like one fade route in the back of the end zone. Perfect timing, perfect touch and dropped it right in. He nailed a couple skinny posts where he led the receiver and put it in the perfect spot for yards after catch. And maybe his best throw of the day was a sideline comeback route where he just drilled it with perfect timing. But he can't bottle it up and do it consistently. He had a handful throws that he made one time, but didn't do it the next time. It's that inconsistency that is frustrating. If it was just today and you saw something else on film, you could attribute the inconsistency to just being Day 1. But if this pattern continues, this isn't going be the week he needs it to be. Still, he did not have a bad day. In fact, he had the best day of the QBs here and there is no doubt who is the most naturally talented QB here.
A quick look at the QBs on the North team: Washington's Jake Locker has made some great throws, but he's inconsistent with his accuracy. The same can be said about Iowa's Ricky Stanzi. Nevada's Colin Kaepernick is throwing the ball pretty well, but his long delivery is a little concerning.
According to CBS Sports' Rob Rang, Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick showed "spectacular" arm strength at Senior Bowl practice Monday.
By virtually all accounts, Kaepernick was the most impressive quarterback on Monday. NFL Network's Mike Mayock also praised Kaepernick's arm power, noting that it had Eli and Peyton "giggling" at last year's Manning Quarterback Camp before Monday's eye-opening display. It's early, but Kaepernick already appears to be gaining ground on the elite draft-eligible QBs.
Source: CBS Sports