The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner was the star attraction at Florida’s pro day Wednesday, receiving rave reviews from NFL scouts, coaches and general managers after he unveiled his new, compact throwing motion…
Their performances, though, were clearly overshadowed by Tebow. He spent the last two months fine-tuning his new motion, which includes smaller strides, holding the ball higher and eliminating that long, looping release that had experts cringing and analysts calling for him to move to tight end or H-back.
He worked with longtime NFL assistant Zeke Bratkowski, former NFL coach Sam Wyche and former college/ NFL assistant Marc Trestman.
“I made a lot of changes and improved on a lot of things,” Tebow said.
So, in two months he’s been able to pull off what a supposedly gifted coaching staff at Florida couldn’t do in four years. Sounds like more grist for the recruiting mill.