Analyzing Tape of the 2014 NFL Draft’s Best Prospect: Teddy Bridgewater

May 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There will be a specter coming to the NFL in 2014 and—get this—it's not Jadeveon Clowney. It's Teddy Bridgewater.
All we've heard about the last two years is how good Clowney is, but Louisville's Bridgewater is a better 2014 draft prospect right now. He not only plays a more important position, but he also is equally talented as Clowney. That may be hard to believe but it's true.
The soon-to-be junior quarterback has absurd arm talent and all the traits scouts look for when studying the position. He's 6'3", 218 pounds and can sling the football all over the field. He can throw it with accuracy and velocity whether under pressure or not. He also places touch on passes when needed and can escape pressure with his feet when necessary.
In today's NFL, what else does one need in a quarterback?
For a potential No. 1 overall selection, not much. Bridgewater has it all and with another big season at Louisville, he could be poised to be the top player taken...

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