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    Who’s the number one QB in this class? And why?


    Brian Johannes
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    My top 5 are

    1. Dashone Kizer, Notre Dame
    To me he has it all. Touch, arm strength and accuracy. He isn’t as good as Andrew Luck but he plays very similar to him. I believe he should go back to college but doubt he does.

    2. Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina
    Another player that likely needs to go back to school because he only has one year under his belt but tremendous talent. Strong arm very accurate.

    3. Dashaun Watson, Clemson
    Reminds me a lot of what I saw last year watching Dak Prescott leading up to the draft. Strong arm and doesn’t drop the ball in a lot. Needs to get bigger.

    4. Luke Falk, Washington State
    Very similar to Jared Goff in that he has a quick release and can get the ball downfield. Good accuracy but could improve down the field.

    5. Kevin Anderson, Fordham
    Watched him once this summer and fell in love. Doesn’t play the greatest competition but had a quick release the ball jumped off his hand. Showed good quick decision making. Can’t wait to see more.

    Most Overrated: Pat Maholmes, Texas Tech
    People love his arm but that’s all he has. He’s a complete gunslinger and I really question his accuracy. Especially the deep ball where he literally just throws it up and often isn’t even close to the WR.


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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I was ridin that Mahomes train after last year, but he’s shown no improvement. Which is not what I expected, given that he’s been coached by Kingsbury</p>


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    Individuals cherish his arm yet that is all he has. He’s a total gunslinger and I truly question his precision. Dissertation Help Particularly the profound ball where he truly just tosses it up and frequently isn’t close by anyone’s standards to the WR.

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