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Old 02-07-2014   #1
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Default Brett Smith, QB - Wyoming

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I've finished viewing 6 QBs in this draft class: Bridgewater, Bortles, Manziel, Brett Smith, Carr, & McCarron. Here's the top 5 out of those.

1) Brett Smith - Wyoming
2) Teddy Bridgewater - Louisville
3) Blake Bortles - UCF
4) Derek Carr -Fresno St
5) Johnny Manziel -Texas A&M


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The 6-foot-3, 206-pound junior leaves behind school records for total offense (10,365 yards), touchdowns (97) and touchdown passes (76). He also holds the Mountain West and Wyoming record for total yards in a game (640) and is second in school history with 8,834 passing yards.

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To evaluate where Smith will likely be drafted and where he needs to improve, the Star-Tribune on Saturday spoke with CBS and NFLDraftScout.com analyst Dane Brugler, quarterback evaluator Benjamin Allbright and ESPN Denver NFL Insider Cecil Lammey.

The consensus is that if Smith impresses in workouts, interviews and finally at the NFL Combine, he will likely be selected somewhere between the second and fourth round in the NFL Draft taking place May 8-10.

Enough with the news. Now for the analysis. Following is a Q&A between the Star-Tribune and Brugler, Allbright and Lammey, concerning Smith's NFL future.

Casper Star-Tribune: As of right now, where do you see Brett Smith falling in the 2014 NFL Draft?

Dane Brugler: Scouts have told me they've given him second-day grades, which is the same grade I gave him. And I'd expect him to be drafted somewhere in the 2nd-4th round range.

Benjamin Allbright: If he has an outstanding combine and interviews he could go as high as the second round. Iíd put him in that second to fourth round range, where he fits right now. I like him. Brettís a guy I saw his freshman year and I knew right away he was a guy who was going to play in the league (NFL) someday.

Cecil Lammey: Right now most scouts I talk to consider Smith a third-round pick. That could climb if he performs well in the pre-draft process (Scouting Combine, Pro Day).

Star-Tribune: Based on what youíve seen, where do you think Smith falls among the quarterbacks that are expected to come out in this draft class?

Brugler: To me, Smith is a more controlled version of (2012 Heisman Trophy Winner) Johnny Manziel. So I'd much rather have Smith than Manziel and I can get Smith in the 2nd-3rd round while if you want Manziel, you need to take him top-15 because someone will take him that high. Smith is the first underclassman QB to declare so time will tell where he falls in the QB pecking order, but he'll be behind Teddy Bridgewater and a few others.

Allbright: (Louisvilleís) Teddy Bridgewater is going to go ahead of him. (Fresno Stateís) Derek Carr is probably going to go ahead of him. Youíre probably looking mid-to-late first round for Carr. I think you look at some of these other guys that are out there and Brett has a good chance to be anywhere from the fourth or fifth quarterback taken up to about the eighth.

Lammey: I currently have Smith as my number six QB in this year's draft class. I have him ahead of other well-known quarterbacks like Tajh Boyd (Clemson), Aaron Murray (Georgia) and Zach Mettenberger (LSU).

Star-Tribune: What do you think Smithís strengths and weaknesses are heading to the next level?

Brugler: STRENGTHS: Average height and body type Ö better athlete than given credit Ė deceiving speed and runs like his hair is on fire Ö scans quickly and holds the ball as long as possible Ö recognizes soft spots in coverage pre-snap Ö extremely tough and gutsy Ö elusive in the pocket to avoid the rush Ö extremely quick feet and always appears under control.

WEAKNESSES: Lazy decisions at times, will throw into tight coverage hoping for a play Ö extremely confident, but almost to a fault as he tests tight spaces too often Ö accuracy tends to dip when throwing on the runÖgets jumpy and skittish in the pocket Ö good enough arm strength but lacks elite velocity especially when he canít step into his throws.

Allbright: He reads the field so quickly. And I donít mean to dog anyone, but that Wyoming offensive line is terrible. He doesnít have a lot of time back there, and given that the field is so spread out because of the system (former Wyoming coach Dave) Christensen liked to run, the defensive line was able to kind of pin their ears back and not really worry about the run. He reads the field very well and he has a very quick release, which are things that you canít really teach. Of course, the athleticism is a huge strength as well.

On the downside, he struggles a little to throw on the run. But then again, who doesnít? He doesnít have the strongest arm in the draft. Heís certainly not a Carr or a Mettenberger as far as that goes. But heís got adequate velocity. I think the gunslinger attitude he operates with will serve him well in the league. He tries to squeeze the ball in places where maybe he shouldnít sometimes, but in the league youíd rather have a guy try to take a chance than not.

Lammey: Strengths ó mobility, understands coverage pre-snap, is able to go through reads quickly, will scan the entire field before taking off to run, not rattled by pressure, high football intelligence, leader. Weaknesses ó sometimes too bold, will attack small windows when perhaps a check down is best, accuracy suffers when throwing on the run, too thin right now.
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Star-Tribune: Smith is going to have a busy next few months, with the NFL Combine and his pro day and interviews. What do you think he needs to show to improve his draft stock?

Brugler: It's easy to see Smith's competitive spirit on the field and scouts and NFL teams will want to see that same attitude off the field when it comes to the film room and X's and O's so he should interview really well and win over coaches with his competitive mentality and winning mind-set. I know he puts the work in off the field so Smith might surprise some when he runs in the 4.6 range in the 40 and it wouldn't surprise me if he decides to do the bench press even though QBs often skip that drill. The pre-draft process is important for every player, but especially true for quarterbacks from the non-heavyweight conferences.

Allbright: The main thing is going to be the stuff thatís behind the scenes, the measurables. In the interviews, people are going to want to know some things that are medical. As for concussions, heís had one official concussion and itís been hinted that thereís been one or two others. Thatís going to be something heís going to need to clear up. Concussion history is very heightened in the modern NFL.

Then thereís how tall heís going to measure in. Heís listed at 6-3, and heís probably going to come in at 6-2 and a half. He definitely needs to do that. You donít want to come in any lower than that. And a big thing not many people talk about is hand size. I donít know what Brettís hand size is, and weíre talking about the measurement from your pinky to your thumb if you spread your hand out. That has to do with how well you can grip a football at the pro level, if you can grip it cleanly. Guys with small hands just donít succeed.

Lammey: Smith has to bulk up as much as he can. He has the arm to make all the throws in the NFL, but he needs to show better velocity on long passes. Deep passes tend to sail a bit when his feet aren't set.
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That's quite an interesting take. You would think if he's that good he would have been allowed to attend the combine and not be a snub, even if he is an underclassman.
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Brett Smith of Wyoming is the best QB in this Draft ? Who's to say that's not the case because it's so difficult to assess a college QBs chances of making it in the NFL as so many mistakes have been made by people who supposedly are "experts". Who knows, maybe this guy is the Texans "franchise QB" ?
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I was actually going to start a thread about Smith last night. It got to late and had my grandson to take care of. I've watched a few of his games and he's kinda a poor mans Manziel.
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Who is Jayson Braddock? I did a lazy Google search and it said NFL scout and a sports radio guy for Houston ( I think most are idiots BTW), but there was no Wiki page to sum up everything for me.

I'm not familiar with him.

I noticed he's not on this chart:

http://www.thehuddlereport.com/scoring/mockdrafts.shtml

Anyone more familiar with him that can weigh in before I completely dismiss him as a guy just reaching out for attention?
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So, if you're double jointed and can really bend out your pinky and/or thumb, you are a better QB?
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Who is Jayson Braddock?
Media/radio guy, NFL & draft analyst, been doing it for some time now -- 10+ years? Jason never falls prey to group-think. Has unique, yet valid takes that have rung true for me often over the years.

Watch Smith's tape. There's something to work with there. Has concussion history.
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How are u not 2:1 td:int ratio in college? Especially in the wac or whatever conf wyoming is in.
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How are u not 2:1 td:int ratio in college? Especially in the wac or whatever conf wyoming is in.
29td 11int??????
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29td 11int??????

My bad, I thought it said 97tds and 76 ints,lol
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How are u not 2:1 td:int ratio in college? Especially in the wac or whatever conf wyoming is in.
Have you seen Wyoming play?
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Where's the OL ? ... What OL ?
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Spoke with scout about Wyoming QB B. Smith: ďThat staff there acts like heís Montana, but I see a late rounder when I watch him"
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PS: What bothers you the most about not being invited to the Combine?

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I would have done absolutely every drill. I would have thrown, I wouldíveÖ itís just that at a place like that, Iíd be so humble. I would do every single event, get to meet all of those teams and compete. Itís not a situation where Iím trying to protect whatever stock I have, but itís a chance to up it.

I donít know if you follow CFL much, but Travis Lulay, I was talking with him on the phone. He was a Grey Cup Champion, he was the MVP a couple years ago. Heís basically the Aaron Rodgers of the CFL. I was talking with on the phone, itís just crazy that if you go to an event like that, probably just because of our mindset, being underdogs, being smaller school guys, being doubted. We just want that opportunity to compete and go through everything and go about it that way.
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I was looking over the 790 blog and came across Jayson Braddock's assessments of QBs. He has a write up on QBs in rounds 2-7 here:

http://www.sports790.com/onair/the-d...ound-12053064/

In his evaluation, he has Smith as the number 1 rated QB coming out. I hadn't heard anything about this guy and found this another interesting option. I know he's another "talking head" but there has to be something to his assessment. He seems to have good size, mobility, and a live arm. I think we have to come away with a solid starting QB in this draft, and was wondering if anyone else has looked into this guy as an option.

Thoughts?
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Well, there is thread still on the first page of this thread about him. I will merge you there,
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Thanks. I didn't see it there.
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A thread on the first page of the thread eh??

How could he possibly miss it?
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I was looking over the 790 blog and came across Jayson Braddock's assessments of QBs. He has a write up on QBs in rounds 2-7 here:

http://www.sports790.com/onair/the-d...ound-12053064/

In his evaluation, he has Smith as the number 1 rated QB coming out. I hadn't heard anything about this guy and found this another interesting option. I know he's another "talking head" but there has to be something to his assessment. He seems to have good size, mobility, and a live arm. I think we have to come away with a solid starting QB in this draft, and was wondering if anyone else has looked into this guy as an option.

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Jayson was out front on Colin Kaepernick, as well.
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