In high school, Brady was once a third-string quarterback on a winless football team.At Michigan, he never had the type of numbers that were Heisman worthy.That debate is important, too, because it is mostly based on what seasoned, professional scouts think.The higher a certain player’s capabilities are in their minds, the higher you can expect that player to go in the NFL. The ones who break every expectation and every projection that has been set for them.Once he established himself though, it became clear that he was a monster.His performances earned him two NFL All-Pro selections, a result that defied his selection in the sixth round of the 2000 Draft.As of now, he is the Packers’ all-time receptions leader and his record doesn’t look like it’ll be receiving any threats soon. Thomas may have been part of the 2000 Baltimore Ravens championship season, but he was far from a huge factor in the game.In fact, Thomas was mainly a special teams starter in Baltimore for three years before he claimed his starting spot in the heart of B-More’s defense.
Few could have guess this outcome when he was selected at the 224th overall pick of the 2010 NFL Draft.
Ahead of the 2011 draft, however, Sherman didn’t have the scouting report of a champion.
In fact, he didn’t even have the look of a cornerback, period.
Sherman was also a wide receiver at Stanford University, where he played with Andrew Luck.
He even admits that he doesn’t have the type of athleticism that usually wows professional scouts.