Well... Like I said guys... I did this strictly off of watching gametape without any knowledge of what the pundits were ranking the players. I know a lot of people like the Georgia linebackers, but I thought they seemed to be more products of the system than players that excelled on their own merit.
As for Pough... I'm fully aware that his 40 time is lackluster, but the thing that stood out the most to me was his anticipation. On many many plays, he'd get a jump on the play before the back even got the ball in his hands. Reminded me a lot of Lofa Tatupu, but I also understand that may not translate due to the quality of competition that Pough faced. Still... his football IQ, fundamental tackling ability and his ability to work through trash impressed me.
As for Colby Cameron... Don't mind the mechanics. His accuracy, velocity and arsenal of throws is impressive in itself. If he had poor grip like Jake Locker or Dave Krieg for example, I'd be leery of him, but he exhibits excellent grip. Some may think he looks smallish, but he's the same weight and height as Joe Montana, an inch shorter and 5 lbs. lighter than Rich Gannon. Definitely more athletic than either of them. I also really liked the fact that he'd turn it on and progressively get better as a game goes on, which tells me he plays well under pressure and does a great job of adjusting to defensive schemes. To me... Those are the qualities you look for in a QB.... not the throwing mechanics or a heavy build. If throwing mechanics and size determined the success of a QB in the NFL, Jamarcus Russell would've won the Super Bowl several times by now.