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Based on what I saw from Trevor Lawrence in 2018 (watched every single snap he took), he's one of the best quarterbacks I've ever seen.

Leadership? check
Strong arm? check
Anticipation? check
Mobility? check
Accuracy? check
Clutch? check
Easily.

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Tua is crazy accurate and pushes the ball downfield with great anticipation, arm strength looks average tho, that limits his ceiling in my opinion.

Im more worried about his post snap verification than anything. But it’s minor stuff. Like to see him in a post snap read ask at least more pro style one
 

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"Terrible for Trevor" or "Lousy for Lawrence" threads starting early.
 

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Im more worried about his post snap verification than anything. But it’s minor stuff. Like to see him in a post snap read ask at least more pro style one
Yea I think that's more of a ask type of thing than an ability, but at the same time I wish Alabama did more of that to prepare him for the NFL.
 

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Yea I think that's more of a ask type of thing than an ability, but at the same time I wish Alabama did more of that to prepare him for the NFL.

Looks heavy rpo with little run cause he’s such a damn good passer accuracy and placement wise.

But I think he’s got the run part in him similar to Steve young
 

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First year starter who played maybe the best football any college freshman ever has.

Well at least that I’ve seen. Not to mention despite that body bama dline players couldn’t even get him to ground. Of course that doesn’t matter much but he’s obviously got wiry strength.

That red zone throw also for the td in tbe champ game was ungodly. Over one level and between another
Agreed best true Freshman at QB, I've ever seen , you don't see many QB's with than kind of arm strength play with great anticipation (he doesn't move of his 1st read too early)
 

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Looks heavy rpo with little run cause he’s such a damn good passer accuracy and placement wise.

But I think he’s got the run part in him similar to Steve young
Steve Young is a great comp, other than him leftys haven't done well in the NFL, I wonder how his mechanics will translate.
 

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Tua is crazy accurate and pushes the ball downfield with great anticipation, arm strength looks average tho, that limits his ceiling in my opinion.
Arm strength looks decent enough for the NFL. It may not be a rocket like Josh Allen, but it’s strong enough.
 

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Ken Stabler was successful along with Mark Brunell, no one would call their mechanics textbook tho.
I thought Stabler's were okay if I factor in he always played hungover or perhaps still buzzed :)

Boomer is the only other effective lefty I can think of.
 

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Looks heavy rpo with little run cause he’s such a damn good passer accuracy and placement wise.

But I think he’s got the run part in him similar to Steve young
I think with the change at Bama’s OC spot with Steve Sarkisian running it, Tua will benefit from it.
 
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