Thanks for the quick response.
I just watched some more stuff on Stanley. You can definitely see the big-time potential and why Ole Miss was so high on him before JSeahawk's boy Jeremiah Masoli transfered down there and took his job. Interesting note, Stanley was actually the starting QB for that epic season/home opening loss to Jacksonville State for Ole Miss. His line wasn't bad at all though, 6/10 133 3/0, but I digress. He's definitely got the big time arm that'll wow scouts around the league come pre-season.
I don't know why, but for some reason Colby Cameron reminds me of Kevin Kolb when he was at U of Houston. A dude who can just sling it from all angles but someone, like you said, I'd rather avoid. Mostly because I doubt his body will be able to withstand an NFL beating and secondly because I don't think he'll be able to make all the throws in the pro's.
Good call on Rodgers. If he tears it up in camp/pre-season for a few years, teams will be salivating at the thought that he's a late-blooming version of his brother.
I actually like Dysert the more I watch him, although it's probably because he's the only QB to come out of Miami (Ohio) since Big Ben, and I used to LOVE Big Ben in college. That was actually one of my finest "scouting" moments, was when I saw a thursday night game featuring Miami (Oh) when Big Ben was a RS Freshman and I told a bunch of friends that he was going to be a Hall of Famer. Absolutely ridiculous call at the time with limited to no actual scouting being done, but who knows, maybe I'll end up being right after all, although I went from loving him to hating him after XL and now being Rapelisberger. So it's bittersweet. Back to Dysert, something tells me someone in more need of a QB will fall in love with his arm this year and pick him way before we ever have the chance.
So with Aplin, I guess you see him as kind of a perfect fit for Seattle as a longterm backup but a guy who won't be too appealing outside of Seattle's system to other teams?