Now accepting offers for the RG3 Pick of the century!!!
Using the Julio Jones - Falcons trade last year as a blueprint:
- draft picks: their 1st- (27th overall), second- (59th) and fourth-round (124th) picks this year and their first- and fourth-round picks in 2012.
Browns @ 4
Redskins @ 6
Dolphins @ 8
Chiefs @ 11
Seahawks @ 12
Cardinals @ 13
Possibly the Bronos @ 25
Teams must understand: I am expecting the farms-kings-ransom to be paid for this pick. So please keep that in mind.
Keep in mind, this kid is the best thing since Air:
What I like…
- Possesses a natural feel for the game.
- Displays the ability to create with both his arm/legs when plays breakdown.
- Keeps eye level down the field when flushed from the pocket looking to create the big play vertically first.
- Can be a magician with his legs, making defenders miss and picking his spots to run.
- Exhibits excellent feel/coordination when deciphering when to throw on the move and despite being unorthodox at times makes everything look very easy.
- Is simply a natural passer who can throw from a number of body angles and release points with accuracy.
- Possesses excellent foot quickness, resets his feet instantly and can quickly balance himself and get rid of the football.
- When he sets his feet in the pocket generates good toque from his lower half and the ball really comes out cleanly. Spins it well on all levels of the field.
- Touch on bucket throws down the field is top-tier for a QB prospect.
- Is comfortable throwing receivers open at the second level and can fit the football into tight areas when he sees it.
- Has improved every year on campus as a passer. Is worker and a humble kid as well, not a "five car garage guy."
What I don't like…
- Isn't comfortable taking snaps from under center. Has some experience, but doesn't get much depth, wants to settle his feet too quickly and isn't natural off play action yet.
- Doesn't consistently stay in an ideal throwing position from the pocket. Gets upright and narrow with his base and will bounce around trying to stay in rhythm.
- Lacks a great feel going through his progressions at this stage, more of a one side of the field guy who when flushed can find secondary reads.
- Doesn't do a great job pre-snap identifying the blitz and locating the hot man.
- Gets inconsistent with his release point from the pocket at times, but mostly when rolling right. Will drop arm angle and at times looks to guide the football.
Impression: A "plus" athlete who can really throw the football, is a student of the game and is only starting to scratch the surface of his potential. Has as much upside as any prospect in the draft and looks like a future franchise signal caller.
And he just ran a 4.3 40....
Ready, Steady, GO!!!