The RSP Film Room had a great guest, a fine prospect, and an excellent game.
Inside the Pylon’s Mark Schofield chose Carson Wentz a few weeks ago when I asked the writer and former D-III QB to join me in the RSP Film Room. Neither Schofield nor Wentz disappointed. We watch the championship game between North Dakota State and Illinois State that reveals a ton about Wentz physically, technically, mentally, and emotionally.
Wentz is no joke as an NFL prospect. He’s not perfect, he has areas that he must continue to develop, but he also possesses skills that are difficult to teach if you don’t already exhibit them at this point in a college career. If this game is an indication of what we’ll see in 2015, I’d like Wentz on my NFL team.
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