By: James Johnson If you all recall, back when Zach made his spreadsheet and grades on the QB prospects of 2014, I told you all I would post my very own QB rankings in due time. Well…. I final got to it. Here is my top 10 rankings for this years QB class! Read the rest of this entry »
By: James Johnson
After pretty good reception of my last scouting report, I decided to take a swing at another and pick up at the position I last talked about: the QB position. And so I figured, why not talk about someone who is said to not only potentially be the number one QB in the 2014 draft class, but who could also be the number one overall pick of 2014, Teddy Bridgewater? His name is one you might have grown familiar with in the world of college football, but if you’ve been living under a rock for the past year I’m here to help you learn a thing or two about him and his skill set. Just as I did with Tajh Boyd, I chose two games of Bridgewater’s to evaluate below, although I’ve seen a good portion of his games and took them into consideration as well. Hopefully by the end of this report you’ll see exactly what it is about this kid that excites scouts and better understand the hype around him. Enjoy!
Prospect: Teddy Bridgewater
Measurables: 6-3, 218 lbs.
Tapes of Choice to evaluate: Again, I’ve seen about 90% of Bridgewater’s games and took his overall film into consideration with this scouting report. However, to study him and see some of the things I see in him I want you all to look at his cuts against Rugters (2012), and Ohio University (2013).