2019 NFL Draft: QB Rankings 1.0

2019 NFL Draft: QB Rankings 1.0

January 15, 2019 1 By tailgatesports

By: Domenic Buccini, NFL Draft Analyst

With The deadline for Underclassmen to declare for the 2019 NFL draft passing; I’ve decided to put together my first rankings of the top 10 QBs in the 2019 NFL draft. I also decided to include a sleeper QB in this years draft. I spent hours and hours of my time watching game film of many of the QBs in this draft and gave them a grade along with 4 Pros and Cons with each.

1. Kyler Murray

Oklahoma

Junior

Grade: 92

Ht: 5’10’ Wt: 195

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
260-3774361427
ProsCons
FootworkWeight
Arm StrengthHandling Blitzes
Clean MechanicsRarely throws passes into tight windows
Rushing/ScramblingProgressions

2. Dwayne Haskins

Ohio State

Sophomore

Grade: 90

Ht: 6’3’ Wt: 220

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
373-5334831 508
ProsCons
Arm StrengthDecision  Making
Good In PocketDownfield Accuracy
Short/Medium Passing AccuracyOne Year Starter
VisionRelied on Wide outs to make adjustments

3. Drew Lock

Missouri

Senior

Grade: 86

Ht: 6’4’ Wt: 225

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
275-4373498288
ProsCons
Arm StrengthInconsistent
Decision Making improvedCan Overthrow Passes
Good Under PressureFootwork needs improving
Not afraid to take shots into tight windowsMechanics are spotty

4. Daniel Jones

Duke

Junior

Grade: 85

Ht: 6’5’ Wt: 220

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
237-3922674229
ProsCons
Consistent In PerformanceMaking Reads
Great MechanicsMakes Bad Throws When Under Pressure
Quick Accurate PassesInconsistent Ball Placement
Will Pass To The Checkdown Over Forcing PassDeep Ball Accuracy

5. Will Grier

West Virginia

Senior

Grade: 83

Ht: 6’2’ Wt: 223

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
266-3973864378
Pros Cons
Arm AccuracyAnticipating Where To Place Ball For Receiver
Before The Snap ReadsDeep Ball Arm Strength
Pocket AwarenessStrange Mechanics
Smooth Footwork Decision Making

6. Easton Stick

North Dakota State

Senior

Grade: 82

Ht: 6’2’ Wt: 221

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
175-2812752287
ProsCons
Accurate PasserField Vision
Great ProgressionsLevel Of Competition
Pro-Style SystemInconsistent Ball Placement
Can Lead Defenders With Pump Fakes/EyesAnticipating Where To Place Ball For Receiver

7. Jarrett Stidham

Auburn

Junior

Grade: 80

Ht: 6’3’ Wt: 215

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
224-3692794185
ProsCons
Passing AnticipationCan Panic Under Pressure
Great MechanicsStruggles With Scrambling If Nothing Open
Accurate PasserDeep Pass Strength
Decision Making Struggles With Multiple Read Throws

8. Tyree Jackson

Buffalo

Junior

Grade: 78

Ht: 6’7’ Wt: 245

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
225-40731312812
Pros Cons
Arm StrengthMechanics
Big Bodied And Can Shake Off SacksFootwork
Pocket AwarenessField Vision
Passing Efficiency Can Overthrow Receivers

9. Ryan Finley

NC State

Senior

Grade: 76

Ht: 6’4’ Wt: 212

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
326-48439282511
Pros Cons
Arm AccuracyArm Strength
MechanicsField Vision
Pre Snap Reads Below Average Pocket Presence
ExperiencePoor Footwork

10. Kyle Shurmur

Vanderbilt

Senior

Grade: 74

Ht: 6’4’ Wt: 225

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
254-4063130246
ProsCons
Doesn’t Turn The Ball Over A LotArm Strength
Doesn’t Force The BallPocket Presence
Short/Mid Pass AccuracyHips Are Sometimes Tight When Passing
FootworkDeep Ball Accuracy

Sleeper. Marcus McMaryion

Fresno State

Senior

Grade: 72

Ht: 6’2’ Wt: 203

Passing Completions/AttemptsPassing YardsTouchdownsInterceptions
293-4273629255
ProsCons
Accurate PasserStruggles With Pre Snap Reads
Great MechanicsDeep Ball Strength
Full Field VisionCan Rely On Running First
Great Ball Placement/Touch On The PassDoesn’t Throw Into A Lot Of Tight Windows

Players that just missed the cut: Clayton Thorson, KJ Costello, Jordan Ta’amu and Brett Rypien