There are some similarities between Clements and Collaros. Both their names start with C and have eight letters (numerologists take note). Collaros seems more of a pocket passer with good zip on his passes. Clements liked to roll out more with not as much zip on the ball. Tommy Clements was a great QB in his day, equaling Deiter Brock in the hated blue & gold (because they were so good).
Collaros has developed into a premier CFL QB. I was a bit skeptical at first, of his success as an injury replacement with the Argos and his sudden ascension into the starter's role in Hamilton. I was thinking, who is this guy? Obviously the Ticat brain-trust should be commended for their judgement in pursuing and signing Collaros.
Zach is almost untouchable. He senses the "zone" he has to manoeuvre in the pocket and while scrambling. This is an innate talent, like D. Flutie, that you can't teach. He is in total control and command on the field. If he stays healthy, Zach could become one of the all-time great CFL QB's. :thup: