Brohm has no regrets, evening as draft stock falls
If the NFL draft were the stock market, then Louisville's Brian Brohm would be Bear Stearns.�Last year at this time, Brohm was considered by many a top-five pick, his value peaking. Yet he bypassed the 2007 draft to return to Louisville, had a difficult campaign, and now he might slip out of this year's first round completely.
While this year's crop of quarterbacks is headlined by Boston College's Matt Ryan, who is expected to be selected within the first eight picks, the 6-foot-3-inch, 230-pound Brohm might have the most compelling story because of his unexpected plunge. He insists he has no regrets.
"My season didn't go as well as expected, but I feel like I learned a lot from that," the 22-year-old Brohm said. "I wouldn't go back and change a thing."