Wilson elected to transfer in 2011 to Wisconsin and Glennon, who was battling for the No. 1 job, assumed the starting role. He surprised many with his immediate positive results with 3,054 passing yards, 32 total scores and 62.5-percent completions, leading the Wolfpack to eight wins. Though his yardage total spiked as a senior (4,031), Glennon otherwise posted similar numbers (31 touchdowns) and a 58.5 percent completion rate.
Glennon might have been the most talented, but streaky prospect at the Senior Bowl. His highlight reel looks like video of a sure-fire top pick, but he needs to continue to eliminate the mistakes in order to make those highlights a consistent part of his game.
WEAKNESSES: Has just two seasons as a starting quarterback and saw his completion rate drop and interceptions rise last season. Lacks the athleticism to escape pressure and has erratic accuracy when forced to re-set his feet, making him vulnerable to pressure. Highly inconsistent throughout the week of practice and in the Saturday game at the Senior Bowl.
COMPARES TO: Derek Anderson, QB, Panthers -- With only two seasons as a college starter, Glennon has the upside to warrant development and may very well ascend to greater heights than Anderson has. He has a big arm to make all the throws like Anderson. Glennon is a streaky passer and a stationary target in an era in which dual-threat QBs are thriving.