Rookie Quarterbacks

In-depth fantasy outlooks for all of the top quarterback prospects entering the 2019 NFL Draft. Outlooks include player analysis, college stats, combine metrics, best team fit, fantasy ceiling and floor analysis, player comparisons projected draft round, projected draft team, highlight videos and full-game film.

Drew Lock – University of Missouri

Drew Lock- This guy has all the physical traits you are looking for in a NFL Qb size, height, and arm strength. Drew has gotten better every year even with the constant change of offensive coordinator each year, so who ever is callings plays it does not matter drew has shown his ability to be a coach-able player to adapt to the playbook. His stats up above show the growth. Drew will most likely be the third QB off the board in this upcoming draft . He’s a Day 1 pick and probably will land on a team that he can learn from a veteran QB. Drew at times flashes high end potential with his pocket presents and awareness once the pocket collapses. He’s also willing to run if he is flooded out the pocket.

Daniel Jones – Duke University

Daniel Jones has actually moved up in my rankings as of a revisiting his film and his senior bowl performance. 6’5 220lbs build has a great touch and almost perfect ball placement. Completed 61% of his passes for 2,674 yards with 22 tds 9 ints. Some traits he has are a strong arm and great pocket presents. Has good accuracy at times for short passes and can squeeze the ball in tight windows. Shown he has great pre-snap awareness able to read the defense and make proper adjustments.

Kyler Murray – University of Oklahoma

Career College Stats 2019 Post-NFL Draft Fantasy Football Outlook Round Drafted: 1.01 (1st Overall)Team: Arizona CardinalsCurrent QB Depth: Brett Hundley, Chad Kanoff Coming Soon. ***When to Target in Fantasy Drafts*** Rookie Draft (1QB/Superflex):Dynasty Startup Draft (1QB/Superflex): Season-Long Draft (1QB/Superflex): 2019 Fantasy Football Prospect Outlook (Pre-NFL Draft Prospect Outlook) The 2018 Heisman trophy winner finished his …

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