The College Draft with Ross Tucker and Matt Waldman: 2020 College Quarterback Preview

Rookie Scouting Portfolio author Matt Waldman and Ross Tucker review the prominent college quarterbacks with NFL potential in this week’s College Draft.

For the next four weeks, Ross Tucker and I will be reviewing prominent skill-position prospects who you’ll see on Saturdays this fall. This week, we begin with quarterbacks:

  • Why Trevor Lawrence shares a lot of Andrew Luck’s skills and potential and where excels with his footwork.
  • The specific footwork issues with Ohio State’s Justin Fields that could be limiting his ability to read post-snap changes to coverage.
  • What makes Trey Lance’s pass placement so good and why he could push his way into the top tier of quarterback prospects in this class?
  • Sam Ehlinger’s underrated skillsets.
  • D’Eriq King’s potential to become an underdog on the rise and where he’s patient as a passer that belies his reputation.
  • The tale of two Georgia quarterbacks: One will start this year but the other is a better NFL prospect long-term.

Listen to the show here.

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