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Dane Brugler Mock Draft 1.0 (from The Athletic)


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8 hours ago, pantherj said:

Pickett reads the field like Darnold. We've got to do better. We can't miss on another QB.

You are the first person I’ve seen with this take? 40 TDs to 7 INTs 67.7% completion and over 4000 passing yards breaking Marino’s record at Pitt. I’ve seen the one year wonder and limited athletic ability arguments, but reading the field appears to be a strength. 

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47 minutes ago, ForJimmy said:

If he is a Burrow-Lite, I’ll be happy with him. The line will have to be upgraded in some shape or form also…

I haven't seem him enough.

Of the guys I have seen, I like Matt Corral the best.

Saw some of Malik Willis, that one's a 'no' for me.

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3 minutes ago, mrcompletely11 said:

Just did a mini deep dive on Pickett.  Very burrow esque type last season.  Although he isnt very mobile, has small hands and tends to fumble.  Also wears two gloves.   Probably should pass on that alone.  

Problem is that for whatever issues you find, you have to count on Matt Rhule recognizing them too.

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4 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

Problem is that for whatever issues you find, you have to count on Matt Rhule recognizing them too.

Interesting blurb outlining some positives:

 

Here is what McShay wrote, in part:

“His arm strength and pocket mobility are average areas in his game, but his toughness in the pocket, fast eyes on progressions and awareness in holding the safety stand out. His decision-making is improving after back-to-back seasons with 13-to-9 TD-INT ratios. And Pickett flashes some second-reaction ability, too, scrambling when he needs to create.”

Wrote Kiper (a day before the North Carolina game): “He is accurate to all three levels of the field, has shown patience in taking the checkdown throws when necessary and has good zip on his throws.”

The top five quarterbacks on both analysts’ lists are the same: Pickett, followed by Liberty’s Malik Willis, Ole Miss’ Matt Corral, Cincinnati’s Desmond Ridder and North Carolina’s Sam Howell. Boston College’s Phil Jurkovec, a Pine-Richland graduate, is ranked sixth by Kiper, seventh by McShay.

With big games remaining all across the country and serious evaluations upcoming as early as January, many opinions will change before the end of the season. The draft is scheduled for April 28.

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