ESPN's Todd McShay has been absolutely going overboard with some of his evaluations of the talent in this NFL Draft and he has been getting higher and higher on Tennessee's Josh Dobbs. He liked what he saw from him at the Senior Bowl a couple months back and has not stopped praising him since.
The latest insanity from McShay came on Thursday morning's edition of "Mike & Mike" when he said that Dobbs could even sneak into the first round. Not only does he believe that the dual-threat QB could be heading for a day one name calling, but he says he potentially has greater value than some of the QBs ranked ahead of him.
He said he'd rather spend a second-round pick on Dobbs than use a first-rounder on Clemson's Deshaun Watson, North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky, Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes or Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer. That is some seriously heavy praise from the draft analyst and if teams buy into it, we might see some craziness on day one of the draft.
[h/t Draft Wire]