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Old 10-05-2013   #22
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Default Re: WolverineFan's 1st 2014 Mock

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Originally Posted by aussie_texan View Post
i see him like a russell wilson cam newton guy. who uses his feet only to get out of situations i.e. looks for the pass sees nothing about to get sacked then gets out and makes the first down.

his different to other "dual threat" QBs like manziel who make that first read guy is covered then run for as many yards as possible or have designated run plays.

Thats my impression of hundley and why i like him
Russell Wilson's passing ability was more advanced when he was at NC State than Newton at Auburn, maybe even now. Wilson threw 17 TDs and 1 INT as a true freshman at NC State. Hundley isn't even close to a Russell Wilson, from the little I saw. Wilson used to throw it 40 times, complete 60% of his passes and throw 4 TDs against top defenses in college. His team at NC State wasn't that good either. By the time he got to Wisconson, he had a good team behind him and threw for 72%, 33 TDs with 4 INTs over the course of the season. The Cam Newton comparison is more on par, except Hundley is not nearly as dynamic with his power when he runs. Hundley certainly isn't a run first guy, but he wasn't all that great passing it against a Utah defense. Luckily for them, as they almost lost, they couldn't stop him scrambling.

Color me unimpressed with the one game I saw, but it is only one game. He looks like he needs some time to develop.

About Manziel, the only thing I don't like in regards to scouting him for an NFL QB is that he relies heavily on scrambling around, beating people off foot quickness, and tossing it up for grabs. He does it far too often for me to be comfortable with him. Don't get me wrong, he makes plenty of great throws, but there is some chance to him tossing it up for grabs 2 or 3 times a game.

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