A simple search of "christian ponder draft stock" was all it took.
From Big Cat Country(a Jacksonville board):
"Ponder, based on his 2009 numbers could easily have been a top ten pick last year. Injuries hurt his 2010 draft stock significantly, and Ponder didn't exactly light up the scoreboard this year either. Recently, his injury problems and concerns with his arm strength had dropped him out of the first round and possibly down to the third or fourth. I say had, because Ponder has put on quite a show since the season ended for FSU. Ponder performed admirably in Senior Bowl practices, and reports went out that his arm was injured during the year, and that had affected his numbers during the 2010 season. He was the MVP of the Senior Bowl game, and went on to throw at the combine. He is a quick study, has taken snaps under center in his college career and, if he's healthy, has a quality arm."
Bleacher Report posed the question, who would be the first QB taken in the 2011 NFL draft?
"Who would be the first quarterback taken in the 2011 NFL Draft?
Most pundits, myself included, put Florida State's Christian Ponder and Washington's Jake Locker at the top of the discussion.
Ponder was coming off a good junior season that included 2,000 yards passing and 14 touchdowns on an otherwise unimpressive Seminole offense."
Sure sounds like a guy that is just a "draftable QB," eh?
But I'm just changing history for the sake of argument.