Was searching through some article archives and I found some interesting articles about Brady in college. The Sporting News October 11, 1999 Draft watch - possible top ten quarterbacks that may be selected in the 2000 Quarterbacks Though the 2000 quarterback crop pales in comparison to the 1999 class, this isn't a bad group of passers. If Purdue junior Drew Brees enters the draft, then it's likely three quarterbacks will be taken in the first round. 1. Chris Redman, Louisville, 6-3, 215. Accurate and intelligent--a good combination for a QB. Throws better than Tim Couch or Peyton Manning, the last two No. 1 picks. Has courage in the pocket. Doesn't have great feet. 2. Chad Pennington, Marshall, 6-3, 220. Randy Moss' old QB is one of the most productive passers in NCAA history. Strong arm. Heady player. Isn't a great athlete but can elude pressure. 3. Drew Brees, Purdue, 6-1, 212. This junior could end up as the best of the group. Has all the intangibles. Makes good decisions. Doesn't have a big arm, but can make most of the throws and has been ultra productive. This year's Cade McNown. 4. Tee Martin, Tennessee, 6-3, 215. Great arm and throws a pretty ball, but isn't always accurate. Raw product has potential to improve, and has the right attitude to do so. 5. Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech, 6-1, 200. Has been very productive, but probably is a product of the system. Throws a lot of short passes. Has an ordinary arm. 6. Marc Bulger, West Virginia, 6-3, 210. Has a quick release, but a pop-gun arm. Competitive and smart. Can move in the pocket. 7. Tom Brady, Michigan, 6-5, 213. Classic, tall, drop-back passer with a decent arm. Has improved his play and could continue to rise. Could be an NFL backup. 8. Giovanni Carmazzi, Hofstra, 6-3, 220. Sturdy quarterback who has played against a lower level of competition and run a funky offense. Has decent speed. Accurate on the short routes. 9. Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech, 5-10, 189. Option QB is a winner, but probably too small for the NFL. Has enough athleticism that he could try to convert to receiver. 10. Doug Johnson, Florida, 6-2, 217. Has a decent arm, but could be a product of the system. Makes some poor decisions. Doesn't move real well. COPYRIGHT 1999 Sporting News Publishing Co. PS. Wikipedia says "Tee Martin has had offers from the Oakland Raiders to return to their team as of September 21, 2007. According to Oakland they want to incorporate him as a wide receiver/quarterback option."