He's 6'4" 237, that's excellent size and a pro arm. A project, but plenty of ability.E.J. Manuel QB Florida State
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Mon: Had the best arm of any quarterback in attendance. Shows great speed and power on his passes. Got the ball through the tight spots and made some brilliant NFL passes. On the other hand sprayed a lot of throws. Incredible upside but needs a lot of work.
"2013 Senior Bowl, Monday practice: Manuel is the wild card, not just on the South roster but in this draft. He's not a polished talent by any means -- a noticeable hitch in his delivery is an example -- but it's obvious he has the build and athleticism to make NFL coaches drool. Manuel has proven his ability to work in a read-option offense, among others, and that paired with his physical traits could really help his draft resume. "NFL teams are all going to like what they see from him because he's got the really good mix of a skill set plus he's got a great background and [played in a] really good system," Linehan said."
He's currently around a 4-5th round prospect. Might be the type of flier you can take on a QB. If we could get a draft pick in that range via a trade I would consider using a choice on him. Not saying he's my guy or anything, but he's a QB you may be able to take a shot on with little downside. His physical grades may bump him up putting out of this range in which case I'd avoid him, but if he stay in a reasonable range, I'd think about it.
As an aside, I still think I like Landry Jones better as a mid/low round prospect. I know he struggles with accuracy, but I think he has legit potential.
Nice job coach!2. Most physical shorts and shells practice we've seen for North team. HC Dennis Allen taking advantage & firing things up. #Raiders
Currently a 3rd-4th round projection and a definite sleeper.Brandon Williams
Defensive Tackle | Missouri Southern St. | SR
Height: 6-3 | Weight: 325 | 40-Time: 5.05