Unfortunately, this isn't typically done anymore. The last time I remember a QB sat long enough to properly develop is Aaron Rodgers and maybe Kirk Cousins, both different situations. I'm probably missing a few in between. The NFL wants guys to plug in and play immediately. The teams that take the time to properly develop quarterbacks are the teams who have really good quarterbacks already and draft a mid round prospect, your New Englands, Green Bays, etc. Hopefully he can land on one of those teams.
I agree you. I just don't think that he is a great quarterback. He helped us out with some big wins in 2014, like I said, I don't know if we win them with a different quarterback. But from my perspective and I am no NFL draft evaluator. I just don't see how he is a draftable QB prospect if you look at how he played in 2015. Yes, he went undefeated as a QB, which not many guys can say. But if you look at the competition in 2015 that he faced, it's not very impressive. We are talking about 8 touchdowns and 5 interceptions in 8 games. My position should have been made more clear in the thread, but I am talking more specifically about as an NFL prospect. Cardale seems like a great guy, he's just not a QB that I like
Wow. I've never heard of this guy but Keith Marshall from Georgia is killing it so far. 4.28 unofficial 40 and 25 reps on bench is near tops for RB's.
Wait a second. Two ACC teams in the top 4? Something seems a little off.
I'm a bit surprised Noah Brown is not on the list.