Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by IAmLegend, Sep 3, 2013.
I kind of like Blake Bell out of OU
Winston really continues to impress. He's a legitimate Heisman contender. His #'s against #25 Maryland today:
23-32, 393 yards, 5 TD's, 24 yards rushing
FSU stomped Maryland 63-0 and Winston didn't even play most of the 4th quarter or his numbers could've been even better. Kid looks really impressive thus far.
What do you guys think about that Murphy kid from Florida?
I like the QB from Washington Keith Price... He impressed me tonight against Stanford on the road, he threw some darts out there.
Winston looking good again this week.
In one thread you say Dallas can't win with Romo and now you like a QB who can't make NFL throws.
Update: In the biggest game of the CFB season thus far, Jameis Winston and #5 Florida St. dominated #3 Clemson in Death Valley. Winston is a top 3 Hesiman candidate right now, and is flat out ballin. His stats last nightL
22-34, 444 yards, 3 TD's, INT, 1 rushing TD
He flat out controlled the game and dominated on the road in a tough environment for all 3 1/2 quarters that he played. His one INT was not even his fault. It was a broken route by the receiver. This kid continues to impress, and I'm looking forward to watching him the rest of the season as Florida St has one of the toughest schedule in all of CFB.
Jameis Winston is a straight out stud of a prospect. Not sure how we would finagle it, but I'd love for him to be a Cowboy.
We would have to be the worst team in the league the year he comes out, because he is going #1 whenever he decides to declare for the draft.
you have to be joking! Bell is the worst starting QB Bob Stoops has had at OU since he arrived by a long stretch. I don't even see him as ever making an NFL roster.
Winston may find some initial success in the pros but I don't see him being a good NFL QB for any extended period of time a la Geno Smith
Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA: Sometimes you have to remind yourself that quarterbacks like Hundley, Marcus Mariota and Johnny Manziel are just redshirt sophomores. On Saturday against Stanford – in likely his hardest game of the year – Hundley looked like a quarterback in need of another year of college football. Hundley threw for only 192 yards and was intercepted twice while completing 61.5 percent of his passes. Several of Hundley's throws were off-line, especially when he tried to throw on the run. If Hundley's arm catches up to his feet, he'll regain top draft status. For now, it should be a wait and see.
Senior quarterbacks: Not to pile on quarterbacks, but the top seniors had issues on Saturday. Clemson's Tajh Boyd was picked apart by Florida State, LSU's Zach Mettenberger missed a few throws against Ole Miss he was completing a couple weeks ago and Georgia's Aaron Murray is finally feeling the effects of so many injured teammates. Then there's Stephen Morris of Miami who relies too much on his arm and will overthrow receivers. Figuring out where to slot these senior quarterbacks is going to be the hardest part of the draft evaluation process.
Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois: Garoppolo could be a top 50 pick in the draft (I have him ranked No. 40 on my Hot 100 seniors list). Teams apparently are very hands-on with this quarterback. According to Rich Moser, the associate athletic director at EIU, all 32 teams have been on campus to see Garoppolo this season, including two general managers. In three home games this season, 13 teams have seen him play live, and at each road game there have been a minimum of two scouts on hand.
6-foot-3, 222-pound quarterback with textbook mechanics and record-book statistics, a legitimate NFL prospect coming off two straight FCS national player of the week awards.
In three games, Garoppolo has completed 63.6 percent of his passes for 1,281 yards and 14 touchdowns with only one interception
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer didn't mention names when he called Garoppolo "one of the best quarterbacks I've ever seen'' after noticing No. 10 on film preparing for San Diego State, Eastern's season-opening opponent.
Bet Jerry is watching
As a Univ. of Miami Hurricanes fan it pains me to say this but Winston is the truth!