He's a good enough runner to be a
factor with his legs if he needs to be.
Athletically/skill wise he is a smaller version of Shea
Patterson from the 2016 class. Buys a lot of second
chances and can create on his own. It is very easy to
like this kid despite the mesasurable concerns. Our
question lies in the upside and how much there is four
years from now. In our opinion this guy needs to be
exclusively in the shotgun spread to maximize his
strengths and mask deficiencies. Possesses competitive
intangibles and also has great players around him. Will
be heavily recruited by power five spread schools.