Thats my guy. I was almost completely sold during the Sugar Bowl that he was going to be a stud. And I'm almost happy he threw that pick at the end of the game because if he leads that comeback he's probably going to get picked before #8. For the Tennessee Titans, I don't see a better fit than a small town southern quarterback like a Mallett. Not a lot of hype or fame surrounding him like there was Young. Has the arm to make all the throws, great footwork from what I can see. Mechanics look good and with a 6'6 240 lb frame, hes the prototypical NFL quarterback. Mallett isn't a scrambler, which differs him from Jake Locker. I think this benefits Mallet's pro prospects because Locker has the tendency to scramble whenever he feels pressure, not allowing him to progress through his reads or let the play develop. Which is a skill he still hasn't fully achieved. Mallett on the other hand will use both sides of the field to find an open receiver and throw it on a line with velocity, no more VY touch passes. Watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OurYaWeYlQw&feature=related I realize its a highlight video, I couldn't find any game film on him. But use it for what its worth. Notice when Mallett doesn't see a window on his first read, he doesn't tuck it and run or throw the ball away, he progresses to his 2nd, 3rd, and sometimes 4th read of the play and makes a great throw. He can throw on the move, step up, and even has a nice deep ball touch. I'm hoping he's there at #8 and we pick him, I feel like he can be a better version of Big Ben and a franchise QB.