October 2, 2014
Depending on who you ask, Colin Kaepernick's Senior Bowl performance ranged from sub-par to average with some bad luck mixed in between.
Regardless, he still remains a hot commodity.
FoxSports insider Adam Caplan writes the Vikings and Dolphins are both seriously considering drafting the former Nevada quarterback in the second round of the NFL Draft.
Meanwhile, ESPN still remains cautious. Draft guru Todd McShay writes that Kaepernick is talented, but still needs lots of work, most notably with his delivery.
During Saturday's Senior Bowl, Kaepernick led a scoring drive, but he also threw an interception that bounced off his receiver's hands.
Kaepernick's next big workout comes at the scouting combine in Indianapolis. That gets started on Feb. 23.