RSP Boiler Room No.65: QB DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame) – Long-Range Accuracy

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Three plays display Kizer’s arm strength, accuracy, and maneuverability.

Arm strength can break the will of a defense, but it takes maneuverability and accuracy to make it happen. DeShone Kizer has this triumvirate of skills.

This Boiler Room episode features three plays from Kizer’s Michigan State performance that demonstrates three impressive skills: vertical accuracy; opposite hash accuracy and power; and near pin-point placement on a difficult throw after an efficient evasive maneuver from pressure.

These aren’t cherry-picked plays. I’ll be sharing more impressive feats from Kizer, including additional displays of pocket skills and his craft at manipulating a defense.

In case you were wondering, I wasn’t a fan of any team picking an early-round quarterback last year. This year, I wouldn’t argue against a team taking Kizer early. More soon.

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