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Senior Bowl QB's


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This would actually be a good year for us to coach the senior bowl again because a lot of the top QB's look to be attending.

My Top 3

1. Kenny Pickett- Is the most Pro ready QB in this year's class but his sudden massive improvement over his previous seasons is a topic that needs to be discussed. However, the tape doesn't lie, and the tape shows that he's worthy of a 1st RD pick. I think he projects to be around a Kirk Cousins, Derek Carr, Ryan Tannehill level QB. 

2. Malik Willis- Will need the most development out of the top 3 QB's in the class but he is the only QB this year that flashes superstar QB ability. His throw against Middle Tennessee at around 2:25 in the 2Q is the best throw of any QB this year. 

3. Sam Howell- With the injury to Matt Corral I think Sam now slides into the number 3 spot. He did have a down 2021 season, but he lost a lot of his weapons on Offense and the UNC Offensive line was atrocious. As the draft process starts up, I feel that his stock is set to rise.   

I know based on recent reports that it looks like we are going to try and go after a veteran QB in the offseason I highly doubt that unless the want to rerun next year with Cam that we will be able to acquire one. We lack the spare cap space and draft assets that are need in order for us to get a veteran QB. 

 

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Just now, Martin said:

Couldn’t agree more. Not very mobile, but seem to have everything else you look for.

His mobility and knee are the two flags. But you can’t deny his deep ball and accuracy coming from one of the more advanced college systems. If his knee checks and let’s say he was in the last draft, I’d take him ahead of Mac Jones.


 

 

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4 hours ago, davos said:

His mobility and knee are the two flags. But you can’t deny his deep ball and accuracy coming from one of the more advanced college systems. If his knee checks and let’s say he was in the last draft, I’d take him ahead of Mac Jones.


 

 

I was thinking the same thing, a Mac Jones with a great arm. Which is pretty darn good.

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Willis would be interesting if we had a good staff around him and a vet QB to play until he is ready (similar to the Niners with Lance). Unfortunately we have neither. I think Pickett has the highest floor, but Howell and Strong have higher ceilings. 

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On 1/8/2022 at 6:44 AM, CmC2k said:

 

Kenny Pickett- Is the most Pro ready QB in this year's class but his sudden massive improvement over his previous seasons is a topic that needs to be discussed. However, the tape doesn't lie, and the tape shows that he's worthy of a 1st RD pick. 

 

 

I’m interested to see Pickett at this event.  He has good film.  Which that’s what matters.

And while we’re talking massive improvements.  The top pick in 2020 made just as big a leap.  Joe Burrow looked like a rd 6-7 guy prior to his final season.  And he had crazy weapons around him.  So,  really interested to see Pickett at this event.

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I think this is a good draft to throw mid-late pick on a QB. 

Pickett going 1st echos are getting louder.

He has to show how that his tiny hand are able to throw a NFL size ball. 

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On 1/8/2022 at 2:08 PM, LinvilleGorge said:

Most interested in hearing about Willis, Zappe, and Strong. See how they handle the step up in competition level and look with a stronger supporting cast. I've already formed my opinion on Howell, Ridder, and Pickett.

I want to know more about Zappe.  What is your opinion on Ridder? 

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12 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

I want to know more about Zappe.  What is your opinion on Ridder? 

Zappe has put up absolutely video game numbers. I wanna see him against better competition and with better surrounding cast.

I put Ridder in that Kellen Mond)Davis Mills bucket as a prospect. Probably a backup, but maybe a developmental starter. Late 2nd/early 3rd range IMO.

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51 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Zappe has put up absolutely video game numbers. I wanna see him against better competition and with better surrounding cast.

I put Ridder in that Kellen Mond)Davis Mills bucket as a prospect. Probably a backup, but maybe a developmental starter. Late 2nd/early 3rd range IMO.

Mond is the example I was looking for---that is about what I thought.

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