A quick look at some noteworthy quarterbacks' performances in the Senior Bowl on Saturday:

Christian Ponder » The MVP (7-for-13, 132 yards, two touchdowns) threw some pretty passes, made good reads and delivered the ball on time and to the correct shoulder. He still might be slotted as a third- to fifth-round pick. "Average arm, super smart," ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper said when evaluating him. "His accuracy is good."

Jake Locker » Accuracy issues plagued him in the game, though he finished fine after a week of doing so during practice. He's a career 54 percent passer. Is this going to change?

Colin Kaepernick » The Nevada QB showed off his cannon arm, albeit one with a windup that must be corrected, and good athleticism. He delivered strikes with force. Kaepernick looks raw in terms of being NFL ready. But he's intriguing.