From the moment he stepped on the field in high school, many people knew that Jake Fromm was a special quarterback. Even at Georgia fans saw how good Fromm was leading them to a national championship appearance in 2018. Now it appears NFL teams are getting excited about Fromm as a prospect.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Fromm is buzzing after his interview with teams.
Quarterback coaches have been a fan of his for a reason. In the past, Fromm has shown to have high quarterback IQ and confidence in being a quarterback. An example is in the...
Florida International University’s James Morgan has gained traction as a quarterback prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft. In recent weeks, the buzz surrounding the fifth-year senior has grown louder.
The top-tier of quarterback prospects for this draft includes Joe Burrow (LSU), Tua Tagovailoa (Alabama) and Justin Herbert (Oregon). From there, analysts and fans start to argue the merits of players like Jordan Love (Utah State) and Jacob Eason (Washington).
Morgan remains outside that class of quarterback, but he’s been steadily climbing the ranks over the last several weeks.
Meet the next Taysom Hill: Tom Flacco. Well, at least that's what the experts think.
Flacco is more known as being the brother of Super Bowl winning quarterback Joe Flacco. To many at Towson University, he's just the star quarterback for their program.
Flacco started his college career at Western Michigan in 2015 and 2016 playing just 13 games. He threw for 188 yards and ran for another 266 yards in his time there. Rutgers became his next destination in 2017 and graduated in the summer of 2018.
Fans saw Flacco on the field as a starter for the first...
The 2020 NFL Draft is full of elite talent on the offensive line, which necessarily pushes some players down the board. TCU right tackle Lucas Niang is one of those prospects, even before injury concerns reportedly pushed him to Day 3.
Regardless of stock, Niang is a solid player who should improve considerably with NFL coaching.
Niang played in 12 of 13 games during his freshman season in 2016, and started the final eight games in 2017. He began as a full-time starter in 2018, earned an 83.5 overall grade from Pro Football Focus. Since 2017, Niang was on...
Aside from Clemson's Isaiah Simmons, the 2020 NFL Draft class lacks elite talent at linebacker. However, Mississippi State linebacker Willie Gay Jr. will be a Day 2 pick, but has first-round talent.
Gay spent three years at Mississippi State, playing in 28 games. He played in only five games in 2019 due to a foot injury and suspension. He was involved in a cheating scandal involving a tutor completing homework assignments for players, reportedly got into a fight during practice with quarterback Garrett Shrader, breaking Shrader's orbital bone. Gay was also ejected from the Egg Bowl in 2018...
The 2020 NFL Draft is filled with great prospects at offensive tackle, to the point where teams could very well be finding starting-caliber players into the third round and beyond. One of those players is Auburn senior Jack Driscoll, who has moved onto many radars after a good Combine performance.
Driscoll graduated from Massachusets with a bachelor's in hospitality and tourism, and transferred to Auburn to pursue his master's. He started nine games as freshman for the minutemen and has started every game since.
On tape, Driscoll does appear to have decent athleticism, and he surprised at the NFL...
This NFL Draft class is loaded with offensive tackles. As many as six could go in the first 20 picks, but there is also a good amount of depth. UConn's Matt Peart is an intriguing developmental prospect who was creeping up draft boards even before he caught people's eyes at the NFL Combine.
Born in Jamaica, Peart didn't play football until his junior year of high school, opting instead for basketball, lacrosse, and track. Connecticut was the only major school to offer him a scholarship, and Peart ended up starting every game of his career for the Huskies....
The 2020 NFL Draft boasts one of the best wide receiver classes in recent memory. And while players like Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, and Henry Ruggs III are getting all the hype, there will be starting-caliber prospects available much later on. One of those players is Minnesota's Tyler Johnson, a productive senior who may end up being better in the NFL than he was in college.
Johnson played quarterback and defensive back at North Community High School, but switched to WR after enrolling at Minnesota. Despite his inexperience at the position, Johnson was able to carve out a...
Next quarterback up to analyze is none other than Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama's golden child. We all know the story, Jalen Hurts was struggling a bit vs Clemson in the national championship so Tua takes over in the second half then throws the game-winning 41-yard TD pass in overtime.
Then he played lights out all year (only losing to Clemson in the national championship rematch) which got people so excited all you could see where signs "Tank for Tua" for all NFL teams that began the year losing.
We will start this quarterback scouting report series with the biggest name this year, a player who has the #1 pick as a near-lock, Joe Burrow. Joe Burrow has had the spotlight around him even as a backup at Ohio State. The former 4-star recruit played some snaps as redshirt freshman and sophomore at Ohio State but ended up transferring to LSU as a graduate after narrowly losing the quarterback battle to Dwayne Haskins who went on to become a first-round pick. They were really neck and neck before Joe Burrow broke his hand in August that...