I'm a fan of Tyler Wilson. Prototypical size at 6'3 220 and while he doesn't posses an elite arm, it's definitely above average and shouldn't prevent him from making NFL throws. He does a great job of placing the ball where only his receiver can get it. He'll throw an occasional deep ball that hangs on him, but for the most part he's what you're looking for in terms of leading his receivers and throwing to a spot. Mechanics are solid, quick/tight delivery while keeping a good base and willing to stand in the face of pressure to deliver a strike. Also love how he throws on the run while utilizing his mobility, he's no Vick but Wilson is athletic enough to get out on bootlegs and keep defenses honest.
Very clean QB prospect, though I doubt we have the chance to draft him. He'll probably be Matt Barkley's main competition to be the top QB off the board.
Casey Pachall is a Jr to keep an eye on; 6-5, athletic with a live arm and gunslinger mentality. He has a ton of confidence in his arm, as he should, and it should be fun to watch him continue to develop his game. As he becomes an upperclassmen I'm sure the TCU coaching staff will put more on his plate, relying on him to make more pre-snap reads and challenging him to go through all his progressions... something he'll need to do at the NFL level.
Last edited by TheFinisher : 09-01-2012 at 03:59 PM.