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An early look at 2022 QB class...


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First off, this is not an indictment on Darnold because I truly hope he can be successful in Carolina but if it doesn't work out and we are, once again searching for a QB then here are some names that the Panthers may look at:

The Top Tier

Sam Howell- Some may argue whether or not he is the top QB in next's years draft but he seems to have the talent to be good. He definitely has a gunslinger mentality and has some mobility. The one thing, in my opinion that might cause him to drop some will be whether or now he can stay consistent with accuracy. 

Sam Rattler- I am putting him in discussion but I am not sure if he will come out this year. He's got the arm talent and mobility to be a solid starter and even superstar potential, imo. I really feel like he could be better than Murray and Bakerfield. 

Carson Strong- I was kind of debating to put him in the 1st tier group but the more and more I watch his game, he is really impressive to watch.  Strong arm, good accuracy and touch, and decent mobility. Admitting though, haven't watched much of his game though.

The Second Wave

Desmond Ridder- He's been a pretty solid QB for the Bearcats but consistency with accuracy to me seems to be a thing with him. Interesting to see if can improve on that throughout the season.

Malik Willis- I am only putting him in the second tier because I know very little about his game but everything I have heard is that he can be a solid QB at the next level. Trey Lance proved that you don't have to be at a big school to get drafted high. I will continue to research him this season.

Phil Jurkovec- This guy has the physical frame to be a good QB. 6'5 and 225 lbs and has a rocket of an arm. Reminds me a bit of a Big Ben in his game with good mobility to improvise.

Kedon Slovis- Another guy I haven't really followed but he definitely is a gunslinger and looks to have a good touch on the ball. Should be considered in the 1st round if he plays well during the season.

JT Daniels- Speaking of USC QBs, Daniels is getting a second shot after transferring from USC to Georgia. He didn't play very much last season due to his injury but played extremely will down the remaining stretch. Got off to a rough start this season vs Clemson though and did not play again today against UAB so injury riddled will be his downfall. 

I know there are more QBs and I know these are not the best analysis of each prospect but I will continue to follow their journey and see how they do this season. 

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Rattler's first name is Spencer. Just an FYI and he is coming out this year. He and Howell are viewed as the two top QBs in the class so he isn't going to pass that up. Today he had a nice rebound game:

20/26 for 243 yards and 5 passing touchdowns. He also added 4 carries for 29 yards on the ground. 

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42 minutes ago, Varking said:

Rattler's first name is Spencer. Just an FYI and he is coming out this year. He and Howell are viewed as the two top QBs in the class so he isn't going to pass that up. Today he had a nice rebound game:

20/26 for 243 yards and 5 passing touchdowns. He also added 4 carries for 29 yards on the ground. 

Yeah sorry.... I meant to put Spencer but my mind was thinking Sam lol

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That Jack Coan kid from Notre Dame actually looks decent. I wouldn't mind him as a late round pick if he decides to declare for the draft. 

I feel like this year's class feels a bit underwhelming but then, haven't watched too many games outside of Georgia. 

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On 9/19/2021 at 9:20 AM, methodtoll said:

That Jack Coan kid from Notre Dame actually looks decent. I wouldn't mind him as a late round pick if he decides to declare for the draft. 

I feel like this year's class feels a bit underwhelming but then, haven't watched too many games outside of Georgia. 

He's looked okay, but I want to see him against someone other than FSU, Toledo, and Purdue. Not exactly 3 stout defenses.

BTW, has he really been sacked 14 times in 3 games?

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On 9/19/2021 at 4:32 AM, Rags said:

 

Like Tulane is Tulane but goddamn look at this throw

 

You can't teach that

It's a good throw. And Corral is a good player that I think ends up being a 1st rounder. But Howell has made that exact same throw 15+ times in his career lol. Just look at the dime he dropped to Josh Downs against UVA this past Saturday. 

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