Rogers, Johnson earning rave reviews

Hawaii QB Timmy Chang is just as overrated as an NFL draft prospect as he is a college football player.

Updated: November 3, 2004, 11:00 AM ET
By Todd McShay | Scouts, Inc.
Note: Our scouts watch college football with an eye on the next level. This week they look at Hawaii QB Timmy Chang and Michigan WR Braylon Edwards; Auburn CB Carlos Rogers; LSU OC Ben Wilkerson; and more, while also updating their top 32 draft prospects.

Hawaii QB Timmy Chang is just as overrated an NFL draft prospect as he is a college football player. Some publications rate Chang as high as a third-round pick. That's ridiculous. It is telling that Chang broke the NCAA Division I-A career interception record, before he did the passing record.

Chang has good arm strength, a quick release and above average mobility. He is capable of getting into a rhythm and spreading the ball around in a wide-open scheme. However, he is undersized and extremely inconsistent as a passer.


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