Evans surprisingly declared early this year after just 14 college starts and one season at Virginia Tech. But Evans is set to be a 23-year-old rookie after bouncing around schools early in his career. Evans, who has a ways to go in terms of footwork and play progression development, has the same intrigue as Cardale Jones did a year ago, and he might go in the similar draft range. Evans is a dual-threat passer who improved in confidence and decisiveness as the 2016 season went along. He’s mentally equipped to develop after a year or two in the NFL, but he’ll be a project quarterback for an NFL team.
Jimmy Kimmel rolled out part two of his NFL “Mean Tweets” series late Thursday, just days before Super Bowl 51.
This year’s lineup includes Rob Gronkowski, Tony Romo, JJ Watt, Odell Beckham Jr., DeMarco Murray and Josh Norman, among others, who recite the brutal insults on camera.
Some of the stars’ responses are just as good as the tweets themselves. See for yourself.
Webb doesn’t have great velocity control or perimeter placement to be a plug-and-play starter in more than few systems, but he possesses the requisite size, arm talent and vertical accuracy to entice teams to spend a top-three round pick on him.
After his early-season struggles and midseason injury in 2016, Kelly went from over-hyped senior quarterback to forgotten in a draft class eventually dominated by underclassmen. He struggled mightily without Laremy Tunsil and Laquon Treadwell to start the year, and his reckless ball placement and inefficient play progression won’t help him win teams over. Combine all that with his off-field red flags, and Kelly will have to rely on his arm talent and athleticism to get him drafted.