Rookie Scouting Portfolio contributor Mark Schofield visits the podcast for a conversation about difficult quarterback evaluations for this 2019 NFL Draft class. Spoiler Alert: it’s almost all of them.
Mark Schofield and I delivered analysis on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray at the RSP site this week. Our thoughts on evaluating Murray sparked further conversation about difficult quarterback evaluations this year, which is essentially most of the class.
Mark and I explain why this year’s class is a difficult evaluation and then we get into individual cases:
- Kyler Murray
- Dwayne Haskins
- Will Grier’s
- Gardner Minshew II
- Easton Stick
- Drew Lock
- Daniel Jones
We discuss process versus results, how the changing NFL landscape factors into our evaluations, when does a physical or technical trump card become a liability for a passer, and how we’re weighing pre-draft process versus film with some of these quarterbacks.
As always, Mark delivers thoughtful insights that are well worth your time.
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