You draft the best available player.
This trade helps both ballclubs.
This trade changes the balance of power in the eastern conference.
I'm surprised he fell this far.
He's a legitimate first round pick.
He's a steal in this round.
He was a workout wonder.
He's a projected second rounder.
His attitude is a question mark.
Who will be this year's Ryan Leaf?
He has the complete package.
He's got the skills.
He reminds me of a young John Elway.
He's a player from the John Elway mold.
Players like that don't come around very often.
He has unlimited potential.
He has a lot of upside potential.
The Broncos really covet this guy. (Other than in the Ten Commandments, Draft Day is the only other time the word `covet' is used.)
He has all the tools.
He's a physical specimen.
He has all the makings of a great one.
He reminds me of another guy who wore number 23.
His presence bodes well for the future.
You'll be hearing a lot from him.
He's got a bright future in this league.
He's the epitome of a great student-athlete. (`Epitome' is rarely used outside of this sports cliche.)
He brings a lot to the table.
He's a blue-chip prospect.
He decided to forego his senior season and enter the draft. (Athletes never `skip' or `pass up' another year of eligibility. No, they only `forego' it.)
His stock is rising.
He's a youngster who bears watching.
He's being groomed for a future starting job.
He needs to bulk-up in the off-season.
He's a work in progress.
He's a project.
He's going to set the world on fire.
He can play at the next level.
He can play on Sundays.
He's a franchise player.
The team is really high on him.
He can take this team to the Promised Land.
He's going to re-write the record books.
He's all world.
He's a future Hall-of-Famer.
- Mission Statement