... Smith has what it takes to evolve into an NFL quarterback.*That said, he's not ready to step into a team's starting lineup and perform at a high level. His footwork, accuracy and ability to read the field must improve, and Smith would be better off sitting behind a veteran for a year before becoming the starter for his new team.If Smith lives up to his full potential in the NFL, he could easily work his way into the conversation as a top-10 signal-caller. He has the right attitude to achieve this goal, isn't afraid to put in the hard work and possesses all the physical attributes to make it happen.*There's a good chance Smith will be a top-10 pick in this year's draft. Teams without franchise quarterbacks are desperate to find one and, as such, are more willing than they should be to reach for one.*I have Smith as a late first-round pick on my big board, and I'll be surprised if he's not a competent starter in two or three years.*
Coming out of college Mcnabb was a far better runner than Geno. Geno can run (4.59/40), but he is not elusive.
he can run the spread option, but rarely takes off with the ball. Both are 6'2'.
Has a nice deep ball and when he gets going can look great, but when his confidence gets shot he can make some really bad throws (like Mcnabb).
Lol at the poster that compared him to Aaron Brooks/Tavaris Jackson. That was stolen out of draft profiles. Brooks, in his senior year threw 12 TDs and 9 ints. Geno threw 42 Tds with 7 Ints in his final year.
And tavaris jackson played at Alabama state. How many games did that poster watch of Jackson in college? And against crappy competition Jackson's best year was 29td/5ints.