Originally Posted by DJ's left nut
And I think that's all I said - that when his feet aren't under him, he's got an average arm; Bradford-esqe.
As to his accuracy, I think he's at 8-10 in the league but man that's a hard thing to compare. Coming out of college, Bradford was the most accurate passer I saw in years. I thought he would be a guy that would come into the NFL and be among the top 5 most precise passers out there.
As it turns out, his accuracy is above average, but not elite. Because of that (and some other guys I overrated a little bit), I've started tempering my thoughts on a college QBs accuracy until I see it in action at the next level. I think his is superb, but it's hard to bet much on it.
As a pure thrower, he looks outstanding to me. The question will be how he reacts when the bullets are flying and how he handles teaching, because he does need a little bit.
I'd love to read a post draft interview where they (Dorsey, Reid) admit that they had Geno #1 all along and that Clark hired a cast of QB specialists to help identify te top guy and make the best effort possible to help him develop his skills.
Guys on my draft wish list:
Jace Amaro, TE
Marquise Lee, WR
Kony Ealy, DE
Eric Ebron, TE
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE
Aaron Donald, DE