Chat with Kevin Kolb

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Welcome to The Show! On Tuesday, NFL prospect and former Houston quarterback Kevin Kolb will stop by to chat about the NFL draft and his NFL Combine experience.

Kolb left Indianapolis pleased with his performance at the Combine. According to the Houston Chronicle, Kolb said he had an incredible interview with the Houstan Texans. Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay said that Kolb seized his opportunity with Brady Quinn, JaMarcus Russell and Troy Smith not working out at the Combine.

Kolb rewrote the record books while at Houston. The 6-3, 225-pound QB finished his career with a school-record 12,964 passing yards. He threw for 85 TDs in his Cougar career. In 2006, his senior season, Kolb finished with 3,809 yards passing, 30 TDs to just four INTs, completing 67.6 percent of his passes.

Kolb also holds school records for pass completions (964), pass attempts (1,565), total plays (2,037), total offense (13,715) and touchdowns responsible for (106).

ESPN.com's Mel Kiper Jr. puts Kolb among his top quarterbacks in the draft, while Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay ranks Kolb as the fifth best QB at the NFL Combine.

Send in your questions now, then join Kolb on Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET!

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