I have considered those things, that's why I mentioned them. His spectrum lies from Alex Smith to Aaron Rodgers. Smith came from the spread, was considered intelligent, and had the strong arm. Rodgers came from the WCO, was somewhat mobile, and has the quick release that Gabbert has. IMO, either of those QBs are comparable to Gabbert. And, like I said, I think he was miscast in that spread, had lesser talent, and wasn't asked to take deep shots. Chase Daniel had Danario Alexander, Jeremy Maclin, and Chase Coffman. All that considered, I have him ranked #16. I think he's worth taking in the middle of the first. I put more stock into his junior season, clearly you can you see the loss of velocity during his senior season. But, his velocity has come back in the offseason, and he's torn up the workouts thus far. Hunter is rated higher than normal only because I think he's one of the safer picks. My board is essentially based on success rate in the NFL, and the only reason he's not higher is because I don't value RBs too much. He's very scheme versatile, I've seen him one cut up the field in the zone, I've seen him pound it up the middle in the power O, and I've seen him bounce it to the outside when everything fails.