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I have been watching a ton of film on this kid. I firmly believe if he had an even average Oline, and receivers that could catch, he would have been projected to go in the top five.

 

He reads defenses really well, and makes smart decisions. The kid is fast too. Ive watched him outrun corners. He has won games seemingly single handily.

 

I think this kid has a great chance to be a good QB. Cant wait to see him with a great running game, and a few seconds to throw.

 

I dont understand why he was ever considered to have a weak arm.

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I dont understand why he was ever considered to have a weak arm.

Partly because he was soft tossing to Duke receivers who couldn't catch, and partly because he's a very relaxed looking athlete.

 

He's on film running away from ACC cornerbacks, and he looks like he's in a casual half sprint.

 

And there are some very casual looking tosses that go 50 yards.

 

He's just a hell of an athlete.

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I have been watching a ton of film on this kid. I firmly believe if he had an even average Oline, and receivers that could catch, he would have been projected to go in the top five.

 

He reads defenses really well, and makes smart decisions. The kid is fast too. Ive watched him outrun corners. He has won games seemingly single handily.

 

I think this kid has a great chance to be a good QB. Cant wait to see him with a great running game, and a few seconds to throw.

 

I dont understand why he was ever considered to have a weak arm.

 

Probably due to the competition in the draft.

 

Murray probably has one of the best looking arms coming out of the draft in the last 10 years, the kid is a baseball player who is playing football so he knows how to throw a ball naturally, his throwing motion and ease of it is a thing of beauty.

 

Haskins is somewhat in the same category, he just throws the ball really welll and can drive the ball to the outside of the field with a flick of the wrist.

 

Jones though, you watch him throw a ball to the outside of the field and they commonly float out there waiting to get picked off.

 

It's more of a timing issue with Jones, he would wait to long to pull the trigger, got to just take a step back and fucking sling it on those out routes, otherwise a CB is going to read it and break hard on the pass.

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