Glennon stands out in QB group
North Carolina State's Mike Glennon
had a good day and showed the strong, easy throwing motion we expected to see. This venue is made for him because he can let it rip here. Glennon was accurate on Tuesday, and had good timing and good ball placement. His decisions were good during seven-on-seven drills, with Glennon taking what the defense gave him and making underneath throws when they were needed.
He also did well anticipating and throwing the ball deep into tight windows. He was consistent and took the step he needed to. It was a big improvement from yesterday, when Glennon was adjusting to new receivers.
Syracuse's Ryan Nassib
took a step back, though. There is a huge difference between him and Glennon when it comes to driving the ball down the field. Nassib needs to go off his back foot to get into his throws. Glennon doesn't need to do that. Nassib's passes died when he looked downfield.
He did well in seven-on-seven drills, but he doesn't have that big-time arm. He also over-strides and was less accurate when throwing deep.