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Scout.com director of scouting Scott Kennedy takes a closer look at quarterback Cam Newton.
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Hey I'm Scott Kennedy director of scouting for Scott dot com we're here to talk little cam Newton's draft status and give a little scouting report on cam and I think the positives that can bring to the table pretty obvious the guy who built six foot five plus 230 plus pounds. -- under report sixty got a cannon for an arm period you're going to the girl -- to build a robo quarterback this is the guy. The questions about emirates consistency and his accuracy but doesn't really -- is arm it's strange that sounds. Sure there's a lot of talk about Tim Tebow and how he threw the ball and -- release was -- awkward would might have affected hit his timing and get the ball off. That's not the case with cam with cam got such a strong arm he's got a flu and released. He's a great athlete but sometimes it breaks down -- its feet a little bit so when when Cannes audience when he is getting set and throwing up on the back foot. Correctly bracing and throwing instead of trying to throw off balance in June when he starts losing his accuracy. But if you talk about his arm strength -- a plus if you talk about -- speed obviously it's a plus you talk about some of the intangibles he brings the table. You brought his team from behind to win a BCS championship and brought in from behind about six time this year Auburn so the guy is a winner. He Bartel should stubborn group simple a junior college I think he was a little immature when he was coming in the Florida. But he's grown up a lot we saw that over the course of the year some of the off the field stuff I don't think that's gonna concern. NFL scouts nearly as much but we are talking about what he brings that table biblically. The guy is is -- Probably the best prospect in this draft of it all comes together forum he's worthy of being a top five pick and a franchise quarterback you just have to maintain that consistency of the past.