He started just 19 games in his college career, and up until a month ago, he was nursing a broken bone in his right foot. He threw 21 interceptions over the past two seasons, and he lost four of his last six games.
No, Texas A&M’s Ryan Tannehill is not a perfect signal-caller, not with all those question marks on his resume. But on Thursday night at the NFL draft, that won’t matter one bit.
“He’s the key to this entire draft,” says one agent.