Hackenberg > Luck

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  1. futurescout

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    Unbelievable he was only a true freshman
     
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    Very good mechanics, advanced footwork for his age and tremendous feel in the pocket.
     
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    Let us give him 2 years before we start talking about the kid. But I agree he looks promising.
     
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    I've talked this draft to death. I can't anymore until draft day. It should be Day 3 of the draft today.. so stupid they moved it back.. It's refreshing to look ahead
     
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    If Tannehill fails, I'd love for the team to get this kid, he has elite everything.
     
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    Hack just has to remain humble. I met the kid when he went up to State College. Insanely talented, but he's does let praise go to his head
     
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    He's a great talent, but it's really premature to say that he's already a better prospect than Luck.
     
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    So know they are thinking about moving the draft back to April and making it 4 days..they couldn't just leave it the way it was..SMH.
     
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    His arm talent is far superior at 18 years old.. By the time he is 21-22 his arm will get even stronger.. His footwork is also more advanced than Luck is now. This is without a doubt an elite QB. Only going to improve over the next few years
     
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    Arrogance or confidence? I look at this 2 ways.

    #1 He is highly confident in himself, but still knows he has to get better and works hard. I love confidence in QB's... Aaron Rodgers is a highly confident player/person
    #2 He thinks he's "already arrived" and doesn't work hard because he thinks he doesn't need to (see Jadeveon Clowney)

    If it's the 1st case I see no issue, actually I see that as a positive. If it's #2 that's a huge red flag. Having never met the kid, and only heard him speak in interviews (seemed pretty well grounded to me, especially coming from the military school in hs) I have to ask you ChambersWI, which case do you think it is, #1 or #2?
     
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    Been watching this kid, he's got the goods. If Tannehill fails I'd hope the Phins do a sack for hack like the colts did for luck whenever he declares for the draft in a couple yrs.

    But I sure hope Tannehill doesn't fall flat on his face and becomes the Franchise QB this team has needed in a long time. I'm sick of the team always looking for a QB.
     
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    Great talent there.
     
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    Bad joo joo in this thread. I'll hold off from watching this kid, in Tannehill I trust.
     
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    Miami won't have a shot at him.. He's going #1 in 2016 or 2017
     
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    Primary reason draft is so late this year was the late Easter and the Easter shows at Radio city. It will be earlier next year, and in future years it will travel across the country.... From a lawyer who works for the NFL
     
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    I still prefer the original Saturday & Sunday daytime format....this commish seems to need to constantly be changing something...I do not like him.

    I get why they changed it...but should Superbowl Sunday be moved to Saturday if it was more profitable?
     
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    I was more sick of this team ignoring and passing on good quarterback talent for over a decade prior to Tannehill getting drafted....did not seem to be looking hard enough for me.
     
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    I also have a new found appreciation for Allen Robinson after watching those highlights. Really knows the intricacies of the receiver position.
     
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