Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler room examines Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm’s skill for reading the position of coverage relative to receivers, which has been the basis of his wise decision-making and his appeal as a 2020 NFL Draft Prospect.
For a young quarterback, there’s a lot of wisdom in Jake Fromm’s game. This no-play is a good example of a situation where many young quarterbacks would try to do too much either with their arm or their legs.
Fromm does exactly what’s necessary. Few young quarterbacks, many with exceptional traits, lack this maturity.
If Fromm doesn’t let the pressure of the NFL game dictate immature behavior, it will be the plays like this one below that separate Fromm from strong-armed, more athletic prospects.
I’m growing more confident with each viewing that he will.
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