This is a fairly weak draft for quarterbacks, particularly compared to last year's bonanza. Even if Boyd doesn't have the traditional height for the NFL, he's a heck of a talent and it may not matter if he can top this season's productivity next year. I believe Dabo's central point, and it worked for CJ, is that the money difference between the first round and the second is more than sufficient reason to stay in school another year. Although the NFL has cut back on the monster contracts for the top 3 picks, there is still significant room for guaranteed cash up top. For instance, RGIII contract is worth about 7 times that of Russell Wilson. Unless he has an 8-touchdown game against Georgia in the *Peach* Bowl, the best thing for him is to not hire an agent and wait until all the other underclassman quarterbacks have decided one way or another. Maybe if he comes back we can call Jacksonville, Oakland and Kansas City's race to the bottom in 2013 "Dodge For Tajh." Whatever the case, I hope he keeps his wits about him for the bowl game. And for Pete's sake that he doesn't get drafted by New England or Dallas, I want to be able to cheer for him on Sundays.