If thats the case then I'd jump all over it. I think some of these guys get labeled as "running qbs" and get written off by old school scouts and gms as well as fans. Fact is that having a threat to run is an incredible weapon to gash defenses that are asleep at the wheel as well as escape the pocket with regularity when it goes to hell. Now, all of these guys must learn to win from the pocket and go thru progressions. And that means an NFL progression. X-H-Y-Z type of four rote read. Nobody can deny the advantage of having a guy who has a last read (and absolute last not just after primary and co primary aren't there) to take off with the ball in opposed to taking a sack or throwing it away. It's icing on the cake if you have an effective guy from the pocket if he can really make a D pay with his legs. Its a new age of QBs. Alot of the college guys have running ability and are able to make the jump to the pros. Even guys like Luck are a threat to reel off 10 if you give him a lane. QBs always will have to have a good pocket ability, but gime a guy that is a TRUE dual threat.