BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter who posted passing numbers of 72.9%/4,335/39/18 as a senior. Awarded all-Conference and All-America honors
as a junior when he was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year after passing numbers of 69.7%/4,170/33/10. All-Conference
selection as a sophomore after 63.5%/3,527/28/10. Awarded all-Academic honors throughout college.
POSITIVES: Daniel was an ultra-productive college passer who did an outstanding job running Missouri's spread offense. He lacks the size
and arm strength to be anything other than a clipboard holder in the NFL, and he will be limited to the types of systems he
can play in. Daniels� head for the position will make him an asset to have on a roster.
NEGATIVES: Lacks pocket stature, and cannot withstand the rush. Gathers into his motion and takes a while to get the ball out of his
hands. Cannot drive deep passes, and consistently has receivers slowing up in their routes, waiting for the long ball to reach
ANALYSIS: Smart, savvy quarterback with marginal physical skills for the next level. Patient in the pocket, buys as much time as necessary
for receivers, and displays outstanding field awareness. Controls the offense, natural looking off the safety, and makes good
decisions. Knows where his receivers are on the field, and always in tune with pass catchers. Sells the ball fakes, poised
under pressure, and possesses good pocket intangibles. Uses all his receivers spreading the ball around the field, accurate
in the short and intermediate passing game, and displays good pass placement.