- Athletic quarterback who is a threat to leave the pocket and gain positive yardage at any time. Possesses very good vision balance, elusiveness and deceptive speed and power as a runner.
- Gets the ball out quickly, making ·splitsecond decisions. Good short to intermediate level accuracy, demonstrating the ball placement to allow receivers to run after the catch.
- Sees the field very well when the play breaks down and occasionally changes plays at the line.
- Good (not elite) arm strength and can easily make all the NFL throws with effortless deep passes.
- Good zip and ball placement on the quick slant. Good touch down the seam and on post-corner, flag routes to attack the defense vertically and horizontally.
- Lack of height, measurables and overall size are huge red flags - looks diminutive in the huddle. Lacks the arm strength to drive the ball downfield to keep defenses honest.
- Slight frame with limited room for additional growth. Possesses an average arm that forces him to wind up to drive the ball longer than 15 yards.
- Too often fails to give receivers a chance to make a play after the catch. High completion percentage padded by many quick screens.
- Scouts' concerns with him begin with his sub-6-foot frame. The Drew Brees success stories are few and far between in the NFL. The lack of height will force him to look around - rather than over - massive offensive and defensive linemen in the NFL, making it difficult to find good passing lanes.
- Strong enough arm to make basic throws but has only average overall arm strength.
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