Bridgewater would likely be the 3rd QB off the board in the 1st. For all his hype right now if you put him side by side vs Geno or Barkley they they just have a better body of work to look at. He is very much an unproven talent right now with very little game tape to look at. It would be a Sanchez leap IMO right now. Manziel I really don't think will be a high pick at all. I'll actually say 3rd round and that is coming off the Heisman hype. One year of college ball doesn't make you ready to play pro and he just doesn't look like a pro QB. He just isn't a very good pro prospect he is all name. Boyd I'd think would be the bigger commodity right now. He would ride the Colin, Wilson, Cam trend in a spread. Would likely end up a 2nd rounder like Pat White did, I wouldn't expect a whole lot.
I think it would be hard for Manziel to get past the Eagles and Chip Kelly in the first round, hes pretty much tailor made to run an offense like kelly wants to run.
I would think Landry or Boyd would fit Chip better. I still see them going after Jones in the 2nd. He seems to be a guy the Eagles have been drooling over for years and they could get him cheap in the 2nd. Manziel will end up on a team desperate to get fans in the stands IMO. Like Jax or Cleveland.
Bridgewater would be a no-brainer pick for KC, he'd easily be the top QB prospect and zero chance he'd get by Andy Reid. People don't understand how good this guy is. He made Florida's D look very bad and Bridgewater is playing with 2-3 star recruit skill position players, no Louisville RB or WR is worth a damn. As a Rutgers alum, I can say we had a fantastic D this year (we'll have several guys from it taken in April). He beat us with one leg and a sprained left wrist. Dude couldn't move at all and just destroyed our D with his precision passing in the 2nd half.
Manziel I have a hard time seeing fall past the Eagles with Kelly there. Perfect to run that offense
Boyd probably 2nd round pick in the mix with guys like Glennon and Barkley
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