Jerry Jeudy Scouting Report

Route running is just as good as any NFL receiver out there, he has shown he can run any route and perform any move asked of him nearly perfectly every time. Hands are incredible and catch balls thrown all around him. Seems to manage to come down with a shocking number of balls for his size, demonstrating his physical toughness. His run after catch ability is unparalleled and is the best I’ve seen in a number of years, has elite breakaway speed and crazy jukes, spins and other creative moves you can’t even think of.

Justin Herbert Scouting Report

Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon Year: Senior | Height: 6-6 ¼ | Weight: 236 | pSPARQ (Combine Percentile): 88.41 Strengths: Herbert has the requisite traits that scouts will seek in an NFL quarterback – a tall and lanky frame with plenty of room left to add more muscle to his 237 lbs, an incredibly talented arm thatContinue reading “Justin Herbert Scouting Report”

Jake Fromm Scouting Report

A very smart and young quarterback with a mature football processor for his age. Excellent at throwing outside the numbers – specifically back shoulder throws. Extremely good decision making, will hardly ever but the ball in harm’s way. Fromm has a very good understanding of pre/post snap reads and uses them effectively to make smart decisions.

Jalen Hurts Scouting Report

Jalen Hurts, Quarterback, Oklahoma Year: Senior | Height: 6-1 | Weight: 222 | pSPARQ (Combine Percentile): 96.00 Strengths: Throws are generally accurate but don’t consistently make throws into tight windows. Has plenty of experience in big games and stays well composed under the brightest lights, thrives when the play breaks down and he is forcedContinue reading “Jalen Hurts Scouting Report”

Jacob Eason Scouting Reports

Accuracy is generally quite good when given time to set up, leads his receiver to the ball and pushes it into spots defenders can’t attack. Processor is good, not great, he makes good decisions but often hesitates. Some beautiful spot throws on deep outs, slants, etc. – consistently hits receivers at the top of their routes.

Why Russell Wilson has my MVP Vote

MVP: Most Valuable Player. Not the most talented player, not the best player each season; but the player who provides the most value to their team each season – the player who individually has the most impact on their team and would hurt their team the most if they were to be replaced. There’s aContinue reading “Why Russell Wilson has my MVP Vote”