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Player: Trevor Lawrence

College: Clemson

Position: QB

Pro Best fit Position: Any NFL Team

Ht 6’5”

WT 213lbs

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Pros: Lawrence has been the starter for Clemson since he was a true freshman. He has all the tools of an elite passer. He has elite arm talent, football intelligence, and athletics. Lawrence has precise touch and good ball placement. He stands tall in the pocket and shows good pocket presence including footwork. Lawrence is comfortable with making tight-window throws and he doesn’t look rattled in broken down plays. He has the ability to diagnose the defensive coverages and shows good pre-snap awareness.

Cons: Lawrence lacks the body armor to hold up to NFL hits and has a very lanky frame. He had some issues with his deep ball, inconsistent accuracy to place the ball. He appears to lock in on his wr before the snap and keeps his eyes locked on his wr while waiting for an opening. 

Player Comp: Andrew Luck

Expected Round: Top 3

 

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Player: Zach Wilson

College: BYU

College Position: QB

Pro Best fit Position: Starting QB

 

Ht 6’3”

WT 210lbs

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Pros: Wilson is a 3 year starter for BYU. He finished his career with over a 70% completion percentage. He has a low touchdown to interception ratio. Wilson is a gunslinging QB and very competitive. He has experience in a pro-style offensive system. Wilson has a rocket release and can get rid of the ball quickly. He has above average pocket poise, shows good patience while scanning the field, and keeps his vision downfield. Wilson is excellent at throwing to open receivers on comeback or sideline timing routes. Shows great accuracy while on the move. 

 

Cons: Wilson has some injury concerns. He needed surgery to fix his broken thumb in his 2nd season, needed offseason shoulder surgery to fix a torn labrum. Wilson’s arm strength and ball velocity are not elite and he can put too much air under the ball when throwing downfield. He tries to do too much on every play which results in poor sacks and interceptions. 

 

Player Comp: Tony Romo

Expected Round: Top 5

 

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Player: Justin Fields

College: Ohio State

College Position: QB

Pro Best fit Position: Starting QB

Ht 6’3”

WT 228lbs

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Pros: Fields is a well built player with prototypical NFL size and weight to play in the NFL. HE has experience in a pro-style system. Fields is an accurate passer and has good arm strength. He can make all the throws and can push the ball downfield. He excels at hitting wrs on the run. He can throw to open wrs and is great at making throws on the run. He has elite mobility and can buy time to make plays. He would excel in an RPO type offense. 

 

Cons: Fields lacks the experience on deep routes because the buckeyes offensive system is built on getting rid of the ball quickly and to short and intermediate levels on the field, and for this reason, his deep ball accuracy and ball placement are at times poor. Fields is too reliant on throwing to his first read. He holds the ball too long if his first read isn’t open and that causes him to take unnecessary sacks. Fields also lack field vision. 

 

Player Comp: Dak Prescott

Expected Round: Top 10

 

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Player: Trey Lance

College: NDSU

College Position: QB

Pro Best fit Position: Starting QB

 

Ht 6’3 ⅜” 

WT 224lbs

Arm 31 ½”

Hand 9 ⅛”

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Pros: Lance is a well built prospect. He is tall and tough as nails. He was setting records with the highest amount of touchdowns without an interception in FCS history. He is the best running QB in this draft class and ran for over 1,000 yards during his freshman year. He can run a pro-style offense and shows tremendous poise inside and outside the pocket. He has arm talent and shows terrific ball placement, touch, and deep ball strength. 

 

Cons: Lance only had 17 career starts so he lacks game experience and his lack of experience going up against big college programs. He is overly reliant on his running ability and is too quick to tuck the ball and run. He needs to improve his footwork and he is a little late with his delivery and overly confident with ball velocity which gives defenders the chance to make plays on the ball. 

 

Player Comp: Josh Allen

Expected Round: Top 10

 

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Player: Mac Jones

College: Alabama

College Position: QB

Pro Best fit Position: Starting QB

 

Ht 6’3”

WT 217lbs

Arm 32 ½”

Hand 9 ¾”

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Pros: Jones became a starter during his sophomore campaign. He has immense poise and pocket awareness. Jones has experience working under center. He has great footwork inside the pocket with the ability to slide and maneuver to buy time. He shows great pre-snap awareness and recognizes the defensive coverage. He uses his eyes to look off receivers and doesn’t settle on his first read. He keeps his vision downfield, does not get nervous when there’s pressure, and shows good patience in the pocket. He also has a very fast release. 

Cons: Jones arm strength is lacking and his balls downfield are usually hanging in the air. He lacks the ability to add more zip to his throws. Gets a lot of balls batted down at the line of scrimmage. Jones lacks mobility and he is not a danger in running. 

Player Comp: Matt Ryan

Expected Round: Top 15