Former LSU QB Jordan Jefferson! Yay!To explain: Jefferson was rated 315th out of 315 players going into the NFL Combine by NFL.com, the Shreveport Times points out.
Everyone who watched college football last year knows that Jefferson had no business even being invited to the combine.
He was a decent college QB with some athleticism, but lacks pretty much everything you need to succeed as an NFL QB.
NFL.com agrees. Here’s their scouting report on him:
Jefferson has serious mechanical issues that effect his play. He locks out his front leg when stepping into the ball, and the follow through that results from this stiff motion causes him to have an inconsistent release point that makes it very difficult to make quick, accurate throws in the short game. When in a two-minute offence or under pressure late in a game, Jefferson uses poor judgment and is ripe for turnovers. He lacks awareness in the pocket and tries to rely on his scrambling ability too heavily, causing him to take bad sacks. There are many fundamental elements of Jefferson’s game that need work before he would be ready to run an NFL offence.
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