Notes: Lawrence has been touted as a top NFL prospect since his first snap at Clemson. He’s the perfect combination of arm strength and accuracy. Lawrence is great at keeping his eyes down the field. He rarely panics when he is rolling out of the pocket and is willing to wait for routes to develop. He is exceptionally good at putting his receivers in positive positions after the catch. Trevor has great feet in the pocket and rarely makes inaccurate throws because of his mechanics. Lawrence is tough as nails and can take hits. His physical attributes at (6’6 220) are perfect for the quarterback position in the NFL. He can stay on his feet well and provides exceptional body control. Lawrence could use some work on his deep balls, as he sometimes misses where the receiver is expecting the ball.
Notes: Patrick Surtain II is such a dynamic prospect at cornerback. At 6’2, Surtain II has elite size that most NFL team’s will value highly. Surtain can play in any scheme. Surtain’s best trait is his ability to play the ball. He is also very smart on the field and will often be in the right spot at the right time. Patrick Surtain needs to work on his quickness on short routes. Reading the receiver quicker on slants, outs, and other short-intermediate routes will result in higher quality reps, especially in the NFL.
Notes: Jamie is quick and moves around the pocket well. He’s willing to get first downs with his legs if the play breaks down. Newman is tough and can take hits. His best range is short to middle in terms of accuracy. Has to do a better job of reading the field and not staring down his main option. Will be a project for whoever drafts him. Should impress at the combine after having extended time to train. (Opted out of 2020 NCAAF season)