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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Hammer, Mar 29, 2023.
The guy who created the test said it wasn’t a big deal.
I’ll set it up!
Then why bother giving them a test at all if the test doesn’t mean anything?
The test is designed to judge or guage a players ability to process information and how quickly they can make decisions based on that information. For an NFL QB those are the most important traits to possess.
How many guys that could “make all of the throws” or were athletic freaks flame out because they couldn’t read defenses or have pocket awareness, go through progressions, etc. Then on the other side is the Tom Brady’s and Peyton Mannings who were not athletic at all but dominated specifically because of their ability to know where to go with the ball quickly. Change plays at the line based on defensive alignment, quickly go through progressions, etc.
I hope this kid works out and he might have a stellar career. But I think he is a high risk, low ceiling proposition. If I was going to take a risky QB prospect I think I’d go with Richardson before Stroud. At least his ceiling is though the roof if he can make the transition to the NFL.
I wouldn’t bother with either. Richardson has started a grand total of 13 games and has a poor completion percentage. Another guy with great combine numbers but doesn’t have the game to back it up.
I am starting to have a sinking feeling we are getting ready to mortgage the future on another QB who won’t pan out.
Me too. Way too much chit in the air right now with how they want a QB. Now, I will say it does depend on how 1 and 2 fall.
I don't think they will move up for Levis or Richardson.
no need to move to get the ND TE
Move back and get hooker
I agree, I’m not really sold on any of the QBs this year. Not in the top 5 draft picks anyway. And I certainly don’t want to move up and bet the farm for one of them.