An obvious CFL trend over the years has been that many quarterbacks who were big names in the NCAA haven't exactly dominated three-down football. That's been particularly notable over the last calendar year, with former Florida pivot Chris Leak, ex-Hawaii star Colt Brennan and one-time Michigan man Tate Forcier all being cut. Of course, those three had somewhat different levels of success in college; Brennan broke NCAA passing records with mid-major Hawaii, while Leak wasn't dominant but still was the quarterback on a national championship team with Florida, while Forcier had one good year at Michigan before being overtaken by Denard Robinson and then bouncing from school to school. They all were relatively well-known before they went north, though, and they all washed out of the CFL quickly, while guys like Thomas DeMarco, Scott Riddle and Justin Goltz who played at lower levels in the NCAA still have CFL jobs. Having a job is one thing and being a starting quarterback is another, though, so it's worth examining just where all eight projected CFL starters this year came from (in a school sense rather than a birds-and-the-bees sense, of course). Here's that information:Read More »from Where do CFL quarterbacks come from?
Andrew Bucholtz is a Canadian football blogger for Yahoo! Sports.