ESPN College GameDay analyst Kirk Herbstreit saw more than his fair share of college football games this year and he saw some pretty incredible games live. A few of those included some players who had pretty incredible careers, but has had his abilities questioned over the past couple months heading into the Draft.
One of those guys includes a quarterback that plenty of fans would love to have on their team. Since Herbstreit is an Ohio State alum and a huge Cleveland fan someone asked him about what the Browns should do in the draft.
This was his pretty straight forward answer:
He does make a good point that he shows up for the big games and did it twice in national title games against a vaunted Alabama defense. He put up 825 yards passing, 116 yards rushing and eight total touchdowns in the two games. However, some scouts are concerned with his deep ball accuracy and ability to get through reads properly as well as play in an offense where he’s under center — he played in the shotgun at Clemson all three years.
[h/t The Spun]