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With the Falcons, he was an athlete more than a QB, depending on his legs more than his arm and never quite accurate or consistent as a dropback passer.
A (triumphant?) return Dave Goldberg 2010
While Brandstater is a more classic dropback passer, the 6-foot-6 Kaepernick is thriving in the pistol, a shotgun derivative which involves plenty of option rushing and multiple-receiver sets.
But remember that Green Bay came into last week's game preparing for Kolb, a conventional dropback quarterback.
The debate about whom to select between Young and Bush is compounded in that Young does not fit the conventional concept of a dropback quarterback.
A classic dropback passer, he finished with three 3,000-yard seasons in a row.
Start with Harrison Beck, a 6-2, 210-pound quarterback from Clearwater, Fla., who's rated as one of the nation's best dropback passing prospects.
Smith, a dual threat his first two seasons, was primarily a dropback passer last year and Missouri suffered for it with a 5-6 record after going to the Independence Bowl a year earlier.
If the dropback technique fails, point the rod down the line, reel tight, and pull straight up.
Crappie Commando 2002
Mitchell is a classic dropback quarterback with a really strong arm and a tremendously quick release.
Ind., is one of the top dropback quarterbacks in the country that I have seen play this year and is also one of the top pitchers in the country.