Experienced LB with aggressiveness you would want with the IQ to make an immediate impact, though lacks in pass rush
Position: QB - Pocket PasserCollege: Colorado BuffaloesGridiron Guy Position Rank: 10 of 11NFL Draft Tracker pos. Rank: Age: 22 | Height: 6'5 | Weight: 230 lbsNFL Size Comparison: Philip Rivers Player at a Glance: A pretty average QB with solid throwing mechanics and a potential for some playmaking ability that is underdeveloped in the mental... Continue Reading →
A perfect example of a pass-first scrambler, Tua has the ability to really make a splash in the NFL with his extremely high development level and deadly ability to pass the ball.
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Early on, it seemed like Stanley possessed all of the fundamentals you would want in a QB. Throwing mechanics were pretty strong, progressions and recognizing defenses were about where you would want them for a QB who is going into the draft.
Overshadowed by Tua Tagovailoa almost his entire college career, Hurts finally had the ability to step into the spotlight all his own by transferring to Oklahoma.
Position: QuarterbackCollege: Oregon DucksGridiron Guy Position Rank: 5 of 11NFL Draft Tracker Position Rank: N/A Age: 21* | Height: 6'6 | Weight: 237 lbs*Will be 22 when the draft occursNFL Size Comparison: Carson Wentz/Josh Allen RESUME: 3rd most pass attempts in the Pac-12 Conference (382)3rd most pass completions in the Pac-12 (258)4th highest pass completion... Continue Reading →