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He makes a lot of short throws, slow release, and his mechanic is terrible. Not 1st round material.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1851143/kevin-hogan

Like I said, he has a big arm. Not a lot of accuracy on it (something that an be developed). The guy is going to be a very good nfl player.

Or do you know more than Dane Brugler?

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I think bridgewater will be a very good QB. But, there are definitely some questions about him. Small things, though. I would still say he's the 2nd best QB to come out in the last 5 years but, I think that hogans game translates incredibly well to the te NFL.

When I see bridgewater, I think of a player like Russell Wilson, I think of a player like Matt Ryan, but with more mobility.

When I see hogan, I think of a lesser Aaron Rodgers. Mobile enough to make a run, with a huge arm.

Bridgewater was a dual threat QB in high school(Northwestern) and during his freshmen year at Louisville. I can see him running a 4.5 like Geno Smith at the combine. Everyone said Geno was not a mobile QB not knowing that he was a dual threat at Miramar HS and his freshmen year at WV.

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I'd have to agree that Hogan just hasn't been that impressive. What is happening is he is riding in the coattails of Luck's success, and a finally good program in Stanford to make a name for himself... But the dude right now.. is just not good at football. Case in point, watch last weeks Stanford game.

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http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1851143/kevin-hogan

Like I said, he has a big arm. Not a lot of accuracy on it (something that an be developed). The guy is going to be a very good nfl player.

Or do you know more than Dane Brugler?

To say he'll be a better player in the NFL than Teddy Bridgewater is laughable. Bridgewater is so talented that he was on everyone's radar during his sophomore year. Hogan is not even being talked about and he has Jameis Winston to contend with next year who is being talked about in his red-shirt year. Hogan is not in the big boys' league. Hogan is at best a third rounder next year.

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I'd have to agree that Hogan just hasn't been that impressive. What is happening is he is riding in the coattails of Luck's success, and a finally good program in Stanford to make a name for himself... But the dude right now.. is just not good at football. Case in point, watch last weeks Stanford game.

You can't cherry pick the games. Trust me. The guy is above average now, and guess what, he's only a red shift sophomore.

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No mention of Zach Mettenberger or Aaron Murray? :unsure:

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No mention of Zach Mettenberger or Aaron Murray? :unsure:

 

I have never taken Mettenberger seriously becomes he just seems like that frat boy QB who happens to be filling the role but he is impressing me this year.  

 

Size, arm, agility, accuracy, fundamentals are in check.  

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I have never taken Mettenberger seriously becomes he just seems like that frat boy QB who happens to be filling the role but he is impressing me this year.  

 

Size, arm, agility, accuracy, fundamentals are in check.  

 

I'll give you the persona, especially after he got in trouble for groping someone.

 

What about Murray?

 

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I'll give you the persona, especially after he got in trouble for groping someone.

 

What about Murray?

 

 

I think Murray can be very successful in the right system.  

 

I believe he has one of the most refined games out of the draft class with the intangibles to come along with it but his restrictions are there.  I think he's shown he is NFL-caliber accurate and has occasionally quieted the arm strength doubters this season.  Good vision, quick decision maker. 

 

I can honestly see him as a Cutler/Big Ben heir type deal.  Give him the Rodgers treatment with a good offense in place coming into the league and he could actually be damn good.   

 

If I had to choose, out of the Ms of the SEC, he'd be at the top of my list ahead of Manziel and Mettenberger.

 

My favorite thing about him is how easily he can make it seem to place the ball just perfectly for receivers in tough spots. 

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No mention of Zach Mettenberger or Aaron Murray? :unsure:

 

i mentioned Mettenberger on page 1 in my top 5, but Murray is also a decent prospect which should be a 2nd or 3rd rounder.

 

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