Lamar Jackson Comparison Breakdown

Breaking down some of Lamar Jackson's closest comps here to get a better sense of who Jackson is....and who he isn't. Well known draft analysts created waves early December when they suggested that Lamar Jackson is a WR, not a QB. A lot of draftniks subsequently lost their shit over this. In my opinion, this take doesn't suggest Jackson can't play QB in the NFL... just that he could make a bigger impact at the next level as a WR. I don't necessarily agree, but that's a valid argument. Running Ability ______________________________ As a QB, you can't help but see another Mike Vick in Jackson. Both were the most athletic guys on the field and had big arms. As a scrambler/runner Vick was a litt


1. DB | Minkah Fitzpatrick* | Alabama Fitzpatrick first stood out to me playing CB in 16' for Bama early in the year. I thought he was the most talented DB on the team at the time. He switched over to safety after injuries and has remained the best DB on the team. I think he could project to both safety or CB. He's a high character team leader with length/size, athleticism, and ball skills. It's a lofty comparison but he reminds me of Charles Woodson. 2. OG | Quenton Nelson | Notre Dame Nelson sneaks up on you. At first glance, he's just a typical looking interior offensive lineman. Then he makes a play that shocks you. Then he does it again. He's got a ridiculously powerful initial jolt. He

College Week 14 Standouts

QB Kelly Bryant, Clemson The junior QB has progressed a lot this season, taking up the mantle from Watson, and he had probably the best game of his career in the ACC championship. He completed 79.3 % going for 252 and totaled 2TDs. A dangerous runner, it's his precision as a passer that's making strides this year. OT Mitch Hyatt, Clemson Hyatt isn't mentioned much but he just puts out workmanlike performance after performance. Solid feet and good technique show up every Saturday. I thought he was good vs a talented Miami line on Saturday and helped Bryant have a career day. CB Nick Nelson, Wisconsin I haven't really looked at Nelson this season so the Big 10 championship was my first look at

College Week 13 Standouts

RB Patrick Laird, California Cal RB Laird has been on a tear of late. 544 yds on 85 carries and 15 catches for 146yds the last three weeks of the season, including 178 vs UCLA. His strength is his versatility. He has adeaute burst and speed with size and will catch and block. A better pad level would help him in traffic, however. Likely an UDFA but one to keep a lookout for. RB Nyheim Hines, NC State Hines is your typical small stature breakaway RB. But he uses homerun speed and balance as well as any back in the nation. He carried the Wolfpack vs UNC with clutch chunk runs en route to his best game of the season, tallying 196yds on the ground and 2TDs. WR Jordan Lasley, UCLA Lasley was the

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