The good: Has been a productive performer over his four college seasons, starting 39 of 40 games. A good developmental prospect who has the attributes of a future NFL passer. He set school career and single-season records over his four starting seasons. Has a live arm with a compact delivery and has developed a nice understanding of defenses. He is quick in his setup and has the mobility to avoid the pass rush. As a senior, he was 217 of 339 for 3,296 yards and 29 TDs.
The bad: He needs work on the finer points of the position to maximize his fine arm and athletic ability.
Outlook: Could become a regular in the right setting with development. Faces a tough learning curve as a No. 3 QB. A sleeper prospect and a good late pick with upside potential.
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