You want to say he's not an "elite" athlete, then maybe. But to say he "isn't that great" just has little merit. Great is a relative term. Is he a great athlete compared to the average 23 year old guy? Sure.Is he Vince Young or Mike Vick? Not even close. Tebow might succeed as a pro QB, but it won't have much to do with his wheels. People really overrated the "slash" aspect when they talk about QB prospects who had some success running the ball in college. That stuff generally just doesn't work against the insane speed/strength of pro defenses. You do realize there's more to being an athlete than running fast, right? If you want to say he's not an elite runner or isn't that great of a runner in terms of speed, you won't get much argument there. But to say he's not a great ATHLETE is simply false, IMO. The guy is a tremendous athlete, not just compared to average 23 year old guys, but compared to other athletes in the NFL. Looking at just his speed and ignoring his tremendous power, strength, and agility is disingenuous.Almost every player on the field in the NFL is a great athlete. David Gettis was a three time 400m champion in California. Fendi Obobun and Jimmy Graham were 4 star basketball recruits. Toby Gerhart played center field for the Stanford baseball team. Guys like this are commonplace in the NFL. If you think Tebow's athletic ability somehow distinguishes him from the rest of the freaks in the NFL, you are mistaken. He brings nothing dynamic to the table as an athlete compared to the players he'll face on Sundays. As I said earlier, his workout numbers are reminiscent of a slow, undersized TE. There's a reason slow, undersized TEs don't take handoffs out of the backfield. I'm not "ignoring his tremendous power, strength, and agility" as much as I'm recognizing that the DBs/LBs/DEs in the NFL trump him in every single one of those categories. For comparative purposes, what's the difference in speed between Tebow and Steve Young? Young ended his career with 4000+ yards and 40+ rushing TD's. Young also had 6 seasons of 300+ rushing yards.