QB | (6-2, 208, 4.75) | Florida A&M
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: Shared time and even started as a true freshman at Texas Christian in 1999. Completed 86-of-150 passes for 1,213 yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions. Finished fourth in the NCAA in passing efficiency in 2000, when he completed 102-176-1,584-16-6 at TCU. Also ran for 265 yards and four touchdowns. Missed two games in '01 with an injury, but still completed 136-252-1,824-13-8. Had 23-9 overall record at TCU but decided to transfer because he wanted to play in a passing offense. Florida A&M head coach Billy Joe runs a spread, no-huddle offense where everything revolves around the quarterback, so Printers went there. At Florida A&M, Printers sprained his ankle early in the season and never really seemed to put it together. In eight games, completed 123-218-1,517-12-5.Positives: Good athlete with a good, live arm. Can drill the ball and throw a tight spiral. Has long arms that let him play taller than he is. Can buy some time with his feet and run with the ball.Negatives: Very erratic passer. Struggles to read coverages. Questionable judgment. Will force the ball into traffic. Had a disappointing senior year.Summary: Needed to take the bull by the horns as a senior and did not do it.* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.