The most impressive quarterback performer on the day was Deerfield Beach's Denard Robinson. Although he checked in at just 6-feet and 176 pounds, his 4.39 40-time was just one of the many good things he did on Saturday. His testing numbers were the best of any quarterback at the event and he showed that he can throw it to with some strong passes during the 1 on 1 drills. It was easy to see why Robinson already has several scholarship offers and will likely be getting many more.
Brandon Doughty -- While he didn't run through all the testing drills, the 6-2 1/2, 183-pounder looked very good throwing the football. He has a live arm and he's very coachable. A rising junior, Doughty looks like he'll be one of the top quarterbacks in Florida's Class of 2010.
Jeff Godfrey -- While he only goes 5-11 and 170, Godfrey threw the ball as well as anyone at the event. He has a big time arm, especially for his size, and is only getting better and better. We saw him at this same event a year ago and he's gotten a lot better and we expect the same when he shows up next year, considering he's also a Class of 2010 prospect. If he's able to grow a little, he'll likely be a national recruit next year.
Chris Schirippa -- At 6-1.5 and 180 pounds, Schirippa tested pretty well and had a good day throwing the football. He doesn't get to throw the ball a whole bunch in his high school offense so that's why it was good to see him matching up so well on Saturday.
Junior Delpe -- At 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, Delpe is still learning how to play the position in a lot of ways. However, his size, arm strength, and athletic ability will give him a lot of opportunities. He's not a big recruiting name just yet but the kid has a lot of potential and he showed it to everyone on Saturday.