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    Production, Smarts, and Size--Meet QB Tim Hiller

    3. Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan -- A four-year starter in college, Hiller didn't follow up his fantastic junior season with more of the same as a senior, and that has sent his stock plummeting since the fall. But he also wasn't playing with a lot of talent around him in 2009, and scouts do give him high marks for his size (6-4, 229), brains (4.0 GPA) and experience playing under center in a pro-style offense. Hiller was invited to and worked out at the combine, and played in the Texas versus the Nation all-star game.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/w ... ?eref=sihp

    http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticle.d ... LID=129730

    Smuckers, Bobby Knight, and Tim Hiller? How can you go wrong??

    I think this kid could be a big time find for someone.
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    Re: Production, Smarts, and Size--Meet QB Tim Hiller

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub
    3. Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan -- A four-year starter in college, Hiller didn't follow up his fantastic junior season with more of the same as a senior, and that has sent his stock plummeting since the fall. But he also wasn't playing with a lot of talent around him in 2009, and scouts do give him high marks for his size (6-4, 229), brains (4.0 GPA) and experience playing under center in a pro-style offense. Hiller was invited to and worked out at the combine, and played in the Texas versus the Nation all-star game.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/w ... ?eref=sihp

    http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticle.d ... LID=129730

    Smuckers, Bobby Knight, and Tim Hiller? How can you go wrong?? He would be required to take the recently implemented CDTGA (Co-ed- Dope-Twitter-Gold digging bar wench- Aversion) exam before consideration. Typical questions might be,” Do you find anything inherently wrong with canceling a gun in your sweat pants? “How about in your carry-on airline bag?” “Do you think before you twitter?” “Do you think at all?”

    I think this kid could be a big time find for someone.

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    Re: Production, Smarts, and Size--Meet QB Tim Hiller

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub
    3. Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan -- A four-year starter in college, Hiller didn't follow up his fantastic junior season with more of the same as a senior, and that has sent his stock plummeting since the fall. But he also wasn't playing with a lot of talent around him in 2009, and scouts do give him high marks for his size (6-4, 229), brains (4.0 GPA) and experience playing under center in a pro-style offense. Hiller was invited to and worked out at the combine, and played in the Texas versus the Nation all-star game.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/w ... ?eref=sihp

    http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticle.d ... LID=129730

    Smuckers, Bobby Knight, and Tim Hiller? How can you go wrong??

    I think this kid could be a big time find for someone.
    From what I am reading...seems like a smart kid who makes good decisions. But, probably doesn't excel in any one part of his game. Not known for his arm or accuracy. Sounds like a career second stringer.

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    Re: Production, Smarts, and Size--Meet QB Tim Hiller

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub
    3. Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan -- A four-year starter in college, Hiller didn't follow up his fantastic junior season with more of the same as a senior, and that has sent his stock plummeting since the fall. But he also wasn't playing with a lot of talent around him in 2009, and scouts do give him high marks for his size (6-4, 229), brains (4.0 GPA) and experience playing under center in a pro-style offense. Hiller was invited to and worked out at the combine, and played in the Texas versus the Nation all-star game.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/w ... ?eref=sihp

    http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticle.d ... LID=129730

    Smuckers, Bobby Knight, and Tim Hiller? How can you go wrong??

    I think this kid could be a big time find for someone.
    From what I am reading...seems like a smart kid who makes good decisions. But, probably doesn't excel in any one part of his game. Not known for his arm or accuracy. Sounds like a career second stringer.
    True...but these are also the same things they said about a Michigan QB who was drafted in the 6th round.
    Steelers 2015 Draft???....Go Freak! As in....

    1-Bernardrick McKinney MLB Mississippi State 6 ft 5 250 4.5 40 yard dash

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    Re: Production, Smarts, and Size--Meet QB Tim Hiller

    [quote=Dee Dub]
    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn
    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub":2lvyj909]3. Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan -- A four-year starter in college, Hiller didn't follow up his fantastic junior season with more of the same as a senior, and that has sent his stock plummeting since the fall. But he also wasn't playing with a lot of talent around him in 2009, and scouts do give him high marks for his size (6-4, 229), brains (4.0 GPA) and experience playing under center in a pro-style offense. Hiller was invited to and worked out at the combine, and played in the Texas versus the Nation all-star game.

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    http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticle.d ... LID=129730

    Smuckers, Bobby Knight, and Tim Hiller? How can you go wrong??

    I think this kid could be a big time find for someone.
    From what I am reading...seems like a smart kid who makes good decisions. But, probably doesn't excel in any one part of his game. Not known for his arm or accuracy. Sounds like a career second stringer.
    True...but these are also the same things they said about a Michigan QB who was drafted in the 6th round. [/quote:2lvyj909]

    You may be onto something here. If we draft enough of these QBs known for average arm and average accuracy...we should find the next Brady! Dee...you are a genius!

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