Teams are going to talk themselves into loving Logan Thomas come draft time, whether it's in 2013 or 2014 (it'll be 2013). His scouting report has to begin with his ideal size. Thomas' 6'6", 254-pound frame gives him the ability to see more of the field and makes tackling him a formidable task for even a defensive lineman.
He has good arm strength and an easy over-the-top delivery, and Thomas is also a plus athlete for such a big quarterback. He's already a better prospect than Brock Osweiler, who went in the late second round this year. If Thomas has a season that makes him want to declare for the draft as a junior this year, surely he'll be a