It's the Rory McIlroy factor. If the game evolves to favor the driver, Lawrence is awesome. If the driver is negated and all the little stuff matters, Lawrence can struggle.I've seen Trevor Lawrence look very average at times. Other than that he's Peyton Manning!
Phenomenal wide receiver is worth a pittance compared to a swing at a potentially great quarterback. Chris Grier doesn't seem to understand that.Is this really a great quarterback class? Lawrence seems like a consensus franchise quarterback, but I think a lot of question marks after him.
The wide receiver class could be phenomenal.
Some people care, actually.You guys who want to fight about your college teams....it’s not needed. Nobody cares. Literally nobody. it would be like me talking about my fantasy team or my brackets. NOBODY CARES,
If you’re just biased for your school’s guys, most people probably just throw away your opinion. If someone has their college team in their name and then advocate for a guy from that school, I just toss that opinion right away unless the person has a track record of even handedness. Clinical analysis is useful.
I get that. I would like to see Miami take someone like Davis Mills maybe in the 3rd. He could develop as a backup for Tua. I think he has potential.Phenomenal wide receiver is worth a pittance compared to a swing at a potentially great quarterback. Chris Grier doesn't seem to understand that.
Wide receivers are loaded every year. If you look at high school recruiting it's going to remain that way. Every year there are more guys with make it grades than spots for them. I didn't really follow college football in 2020 but I guarantee there will be freakish receivers in the 2022 draft. The Ohio State kids come to mind. Plus the Clemson kid if he's healthy.