Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder is one of six QB’s at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, this week, and is one of the more intriguing prospects in the 2011 draft class. An injury suffered against Oklahoma in the early part of the season hampered him all season long and Ponder missed a decent amount of his senior year. He finished his Seminole career with 49 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions, though he threw 20 TD’s and just eight picks in 2010.
Talking with the media this week, Ponder discussed his health, the other QB’s in Mobile, and more:
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