QBs 1-2 post

By | January 10, 2019

QBs 1-2 at 2019 draft: could it happen??? … It was barely a week ago that the thinking around the NFL was that this was a weak draft year for QBs without any true elite prospects at the position such that any team looking to upgrade at the position would probably be better off waiting for the 2020 draft which is projected to be a QB-rich affair. However, that was last week. This morning, there’s a palpable buzz around the league that when all is said and done no one should be too shocked if QBs are taking with the first two selections overall this coming April 25th. For starters, as noted yesterday, it appears as if Ohio State redshirt sophomore Dwayne Haskins, who announced earlier in the week that he will be entering the 2019 draft, is grading out with a top 5 grade on draft boards around the league. Meanwhile, there are multiple reports that Oklahoma junior Kyler Murray, this year’s Heisman Trophy winner, will put his name into the upcoming NFL draft, despite the fact he had been expected to pursue a baseball career after being selected with a top ten pick in last year’s MLB draft. Read more