Originally Posted by infantrycak
Wilson received around 50 Heisman votes iirc.
His last three seasons are a portrait in efficiency. Set the all time rating record in college then became one of if not the only QB to start their career with two 100+ rating seasons.
Uh huh and Manziel won the heisman as a redshirt freshman.
Uh huh against lesser competition than Manziel faced.
Is short and height limits his field vision at times. Limited drop-back production. Inconsistent ball placement. Will vacate the pocket prematurely. Locks on to receivers. Has made some questionable decisions late in games (see East Carolina and Virginia Tech 2010, Michigan State 2011). Is under contract with the Colorado Rockies, and his commitment to football needs to be evaluated.
An instinctive, multisport athlete with a terrific work ethic and likable personality, Wilson has nearly everything you desire intangibly, including toughness, competitiveness and leadership. Never will be a prototypical dropback, pocket passer, as his height always will be a limiting factor, but he has the arm, legs and smarts to grow into an effective backup in a system where he can utilize play-action, rollouts, and improv skills to make plays. Versatile player who could even be sprinkled into the game plan on a weekly basis to take advantage of his dual-threat ability. Is the type of player you root for and want on your roster.
Sounds a lot like a Manziel only not as highly rated.