Tim Tebow's college career has been one that directors dream about producing on film. He's a modest, humble kid who just loves the game of football. Whether you like his game or not-- Tim Tebow is a winner. He has been since his first collegiate start in 2006. Now, after a storybook collegiate career, he is taking his game and fanfare to the NFL and looking to be selected in this year's NFL Draft.
Tebow doesn't have the most fundamentally sund mechanics, nor does he have the arm strength of a Jamarcus Russell coming out of LSU. What he does have is a tremendous desire to win and play the game of football (something that no. 1 pick Russell lacks). Tim Tebow said that he gets his inspiration to do well in football from his various football fans supporters, and also critics: “I relish everything about it. The people who support me and believe in me, that pushes me, and the people who don’t think I can make it, that pushes me even more.”
And that's just it!
Tebow's willingness to learn what it takes to be a professional NFL QB and his humility will make him a starter in the NFL someday. If Tebow goes to a team with an established NFL starter (Colts, Patriots, New Orleans, etc.) and has time to absorb the speed in which the game moves and work on his fundamentals, I think he will be a success. In today's NFL, there is this "rush" to put QBs on the field as soon as they are drafted and have them learn through their mistakes, when having them sit off to the side and learn through mentoring and of-field repititions have shown to be most effective for QBs who have the potential to be an elite QB, but are not quite there just yet. Rex Grossman is a good example of a QB with the potential to be a great QB, but was rushed on to the field too soon. Aaron Rodgers sat back for several years under Brett Favre and when he finally was put on the field, he stepped in and the Packers offense didn't miss a beat!
Again, if Tebow is brought along like a developmental player, there is NO QUESTION IN MY MIND that he will be a success.