I got on the field for the Florida/Tenn. game and the first thing I noticed about Leak is that is is short. He's only about 6'1" maybe 6'2". The second thing I noticed is that he commands respect, which all of the Florida players gave him without any hesitation that I could see. The only time I saw mumbling and grumbling among the players was when Urban put Tebow in the game. As for Leak's game, it's a bit harder to judge because of that funky offense. What I can see is arm strength, he has a fairly decent arm, and he has a lot of confidence in that arm, maybe too much. Accuracy is decent, not great. Problems I saw were in reading defenses. I'm not sure he understands defenses as well as he should. He tends to lock on to certain receivers on certain routes and I don't think I saw him get to the #3 option on the read progression chart but maybe once or twice. Courage. No doubt he's a much better QB when he has time and room. (Easy to say that about most every QB.) However under pressure he breaks down very quickly and because he's not mastered reading defenses, the result is usually dumb plays. He needs to be more of a man under pressure. He shows very little interest in running the ball, which is odd considering that offense. Bottom line: He needs a year or two in a system to learn to read defenses and work on his accuracy a bit. And provided batted balls don't become a huge problem, he could be a serviceable NFL backup for a few years.