As for the bad…the first thing I want to see is just how big this guy’s hands are, because a couple of times when throwing down the field he really struggled to grip the rock and let it go. This could be because of the injury to his wrist, but is just one thing I am interested in seeing. Also, he simply has a very average arm and when asked to throw outside the numbers passes will hang on him a bit and he doesn’t generate the type of velocity to consistently throw the ball on a line. However, his footwork looks improved from last year, as he does a nice job sliding his feet and body into throws and there is definitely some upside to his game.
Now, I don’t think he’s worth a top-tier pick by any stretch. But as a guy who could be looked upon as a No. 3 guy for a year or so as he matures physically and improves his overall wrist strength — in order to improve his velocity on his passes — I think Devlin has a chance to develop into a potential starting caliber option down the line, if a team is willing to be patient."
Negatives: Inconsistent game to game, has some really big games and some really bad ones... Footwork has been problematic, gets out of position and has to re-adjust within the pocket... Drop steps could use some work... Needs to do a better job at reading coverages at the line of scrimmage... Gambles too much rather than throwing the ball away... Checks down to his underneath receiver far too often... Gets Joe Flacco comparisons due to transferring from high FBS program to play for Delaware, but isn't even close to him as far as NFL prospect... Playing at an FCS school can only hurt his draft stock... Will need time to develop, a two to three year project before he contributes in the NFL"
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