rmiller1959 wrote: ↑November 30th, 2021, 9:39 am This mock draft knocks Malik out of the first round and doesn't mention him as a hot take in some subsequent round. The second half of the season has caused his draft stock to take a hit. He will have to light it up in the LU bowl game and the Senior Bowl to get back into the first round, and that's not a guarantee. That's a shame - I really like him and think he managed the hype well for most of the season.Other than missing out on first round $$$ he still has a chance to do well in the long run. Remember Tom Brady went 6th round #199. Heinicke is having a good run, he was undrafted. I think he will be a better pocket QB in the NFL than a RPO college QB.
https://theathletic.com/2986023/2021/11 ... ed-article
Cider Jim wrote: ↑January 2nd, 2022, 3:07 pmIt’s going to depend on the extent of the injury If he’s going to be out for 4-6 months probably not. Out for 8-12 then probably.
paradox wrote: ↑January 3rd, 2022, 9:56 am Not really sure with where Corral stands. He may have needed a big game win or two on his resume. Turned his ankle in this one and didn't return. Same with Auburn game. NFL evaluators wanna see how you play with something on the line and if you defy odds, overcome obstacles, and all that. Talent-wise, he looks first round though. They'll have to sort all this out, along with potential durability questions. Still, if he's mid to late first or early second...situationally, advantageous landing spot for the player.I disagree... I think Corral is that great college QB, that has a perfect system. I don't think he will be a good NFL QB. He has a lot of tools - good arm strength, can move, but there's just something about him that screams college QB. He hurt his ankle - he will be fine.
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