Slimm's 2019 Quarterbacks (underclassman)

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  1. ILfinfans85

    ILfinfans85 Well-Known Member

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    Just go top DL or OL with first 2 picks. Then grab Trace Mcsorley in the 3rd. Dude is a competitor! Baker Mayfield type competitor!! Then let him and Falk battle it out.
     
  2. SCLSU Mud Dogs

    SCLSU Mud Dogs ಠ_ಠ Finheaven VIP Donator

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    You're overestimating it.
     
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    SCLSU Mud Dogs ಠ_ಠ Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Why draft McSorley in the 3rd when you can sign him as a undrafted free agent?
     
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    hahahaha just killing folks in this thread today.
     
  5. mrbunglez

    mrbunglez Reading Is Fundamental Donator

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    You want another Tannehill type player go draft Daniel Jones he’s got Tannehill written all over him. Me personally? I want to stay away from those types. Kids Tannehill lite.
     
  6. ILfinfans85

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    Draft him lower then but that dude will get drafted!! Plus like most others u won't give a undrafted or low round pick a chance. Always has to b a high pick then it is gripe that he is a bust.
     
  7. SCLSU Mud Dogs

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    That's not true. Two of our lower-drafted defensive linemen (Godchaux and Taylor) were drafted in rounds 5 and 6 and proved to be worth it. If a player is good he will make a team and play. Just because he was a good college QB doesn't mean his game translates to the NFL.

    If he wants to come here as an undrafted player, I'm cool with that. But I certainly wouldn't waste a draft pick on him.
     
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    Not trying to be a dick about it. Just stating what I think is and isn't.

    As far as draft analysis, I play eighth fiddle. Guys like @j-off-her-doll, @ckparrothead and @TedSlimmJr are 100% the experts in this sub.
     
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  9. TedSlimmJr

    TedSlimmJr Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ

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    This is a good setting for a quarterback like Jarrett Stidham to look good also - he's not facing a pass rush - which is where he falls off a cliff. Arm strength was never an issue for Stidham, which is why he'll come away from the Senior Bowl with some buzz. Just don't go back and watch the tape if you want to like him.
     
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    Looked to me like Will Grier tried to flex his arm for the scouts and it backfired on him. He couldn't hit the broad side of a barn.
     
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    I don't know that Daniel Jones has Tannehill's arm strength, which is actually pretty solid. That was never the issue. I am not there live but the deep crossing pattern drill was interesting. It didn't look from my TV set that Jones drove the football well.
     
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    There was a sideline throw that Daniel Jones threw really nicely. I'm not exactly sure how much pace it had on it but it had nice spin and was excellently placed. Of course, Terry McLaurin got ridiculously open against the coverage, when he really shouldn't have been that open on that route against that coverage technique, and that provided a pretty wide window from a timing perspective for Jones to pop the ball into. Still, it was a nice throw all told. A pro throw.
     
  13. mfish41

    mfish41 It is what it is Donator

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    So i've had some down time at work recently with a few upcoming trials settling and I've been watching some OU games. I really like Kyler Murray.

    He has excellent footwork (probably from baseball), a good arm, and he seems to have a good idea of what the defense is doing pre-snap.

    I'm all in on this guy.

    P.S. i see how scouting can become addicting and a hobby. I just don't have much time for it unfortunately
     
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    Do you guys think Francois is done as a qb after what just happened?
     
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    mfish41 It is what it is Donator

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    He hasn't been the same since the knee injury and plus he clearly has some off field issues.

    The juice isn't worth the squeeze.
     

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