Hi, I'm Matt Williamson with E r.
Barker and like most my top three quarterbacks in this draft, Go Joe Burrow to attack Livia Loa and Justin Herbert.
But I do see a noticeable gap between all three.
With Borough clearly being on top.
What stands on most about Burrows is accuracy, poise, pocket presence.
It's uncanny this past year, LF l issues offense went to a very high percentage of just five man protections didn't give him much help with his great mind for the game.
And he this excelled.
I mean, obviously, borough thrive with this amazing processing speed.
That's just one example of what he brings the table.
He's an elite quarterback that is only really missing a cannon for an arm, and really, he should be an easy choice for the Bangles first.
Overall, he clearly stands alone.
For me, it's difficult for me to comment on to his medicals, but that is a massive concern.
He now has suffered two major injuries.
This style of game could lend itself to MME.
Going forward was much more grueling slate of games ahead of him in the NFL, but like borough to has really great accuracy and ball placement, allowing it usually, you know, usually allows his great receivers to really do a lot of damage after the catch in Alabama's R P o heavy offense, he's a twitchy athlete and uses that well.
Remover navigate the pocket.
Commenting on the quarterback's personality is also also really difficult, like medicals.
But by all accounts, and it definitely shows on the field, both East top to exude a lot of confidence and leadership and really our field generals on and off the field.
Actually, as for Herbert, he has great tools.
His body and abilities are very prototypical for today's NFL.
He's got a massive arm, big, strong frame, great runner and athlete.
Oregon's offense didn't didn't help him as much as some of the other programs in the draft, though, and I wonder how he would have you know, I would have let the world on fire and say, Oklahoma's offense.
I think I have been a lot different.
They send throw downfield enough it Oregon.
But he doesn't nearly have the pocket presence of the top two, and his short accuracy is a little bit worrisome as well.
He could hit big or he could wash out.
But there is a lot of variance with Herbert.
So that's a wrap.
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