Jordan Plocher of GM Jr. joins the hangout and we discuss why the top of this QB class should be a quartet rather than a trio.
Chris Bonner is Jordan Plocher’s (rhymes with “blocker’) top-rated QB in this class. I get it. I don’t think there’s much separation among my top four–and it should be a top four rather than a top-two or top-three. Bonner reminds Plocher and me of Joe Flacco.
- What makes Bonner ahead of the game despite playing at a lower division of football?
- What Bonner’s work from center reveals about his game?
- Bonner’s depth of talent maneuvering and resetting from the pocket.
- Why Bonner’s touch should continue to develop in the NFL.
- Examples of throwing receivers open.
It’s all there on this All-22 version of the RSP Film Room of Bonner versus Sam Houston State. Enjoy…
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