“Ask the scouting departments and the general managers around the league and I think you would end up with a yes on that. Basically at his age, 23, the number-one pick in the draft with two years of experience already under his belt. That’s pretty good.”I’ll leave it to the draft experts to determine whether or not Gabbert would have graded out higher than any of the incoming rookie quarterbacks.
What I think Scelfo should be more concerned about, is making Gabbert play well in the NFL right now.
Because up to this point in his career, he hasn’t done that enough.