Tim Tebow, former Heisman winner and current Florida Gators quarter back, will request a projection from the NFL advisory committee to find out where he might go in the 2009 draft.
Tebow himself seems unsure as to what his plans are for the future. He isn't likely to go as early as a Matt Stafford or Sam Bradford should they both declare. Todd McShay in the article linked above says he isn't a first or second round pick.
At the same time Tebow's stock is unlikely to improve after another year with the Gators. Everyone knows what he's about by now. If he wants to test himself in the pro's or simply get a few pay cheques then he might decide to declare. So far Colt McCoy has said he will definitely stay with Texas and Matt Stafford has made it very clear he intends to head for the NFL. Sam Bradford is so far undecided but after consulting the advisory committee there's a good chance he turns pro.