#1) Trevor Lawrence - Clemson(Jr.) What I Like: Great vision on the field and understanding to pick a part coverages, useful mobility and playmaking, Intelligent approach to leading the passing attack, mature sense of timing and taking care of the ball, quick on reads and progressionMy Concerns: Has moments of poor ball placement, often keeping... Continue Reading →
Strong Arm Scrambler who is behind in almost every other facet of the game and relies on his legs too much to bail him out.
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 →
Player at a Glance: Promising Pocket Passing QB with high upside and mature sense of the game, though not as flashy as his peers
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.
It finally happened. After many weeks of being held back by the likes of Costello and Fromm, Tagovailoa now sits as the only top QB from the preseason who has yet to have a poor performance as of now.
Note: The following are not scouting reports, but rather impressions gained from the standard eye test. In Depth scouting reports will not be written on these players until after their 2019 football season is concluded.