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College quarterbacks today


Stuart Smith
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4 hours ago, Stuart Smith said:

Anyone seeing any “under the radar” quarterbacks today that might be worth a late round draft pick? While watching the Wake-Pitt game Sam Hartman looks good to me. 

That didn't age well.

Also, FWIW, Sam Hartman's ceiling is probably a Day 3 pick. That was before his performance against Pitt.

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3 hours ago, kungfoodude said:

That didn't age well.

Also, FWIW, Sam Hartman's ceiling is probably a Day 3 pick. That was before his performance against Pitt.

In my opinion it’s:

1. Matt Corral

2. Kenny Pickett

3. Malik Willis

4. Carson Strong

5.  Sam Howell

6. Desmond Ridder

In that order. Everyone else is day 3 or undrafted.

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1 hour ago, Cdparr7 said:

In my opinion it’s:

1. Matt Corral

2. Kenny Pickett

3. Malik Willis

4. Carson Strong

5.  Sam Howell

6. Desmond Ridder

In that order. Everyone else is day 3 or undrafted.

I'd take......

1. Kenny Pickett

2. Carson Strong

3. Matt Corrall

4. Sam Howell

5. Malik Willis

6. Resmond Ridder

I haven't seen the WKU kid, so maybe he factors in.

Pickett is a bottom half of the first, top of the 2nd guy, IMO. 

What a year we picked to not have QB figured out AND not have any Day 2 picks.

Edit: Most of my list is actually interchangeable based on what a team wants. Any of those guys could be shuffled around, IMO. Not a big gap between them.

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