Derek Carr, Davante Adams’ Updated 2014 NFL Draft Stocks After Las Vegas Bowl

December 22, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr had a huge opportunity to boost his stock for the 2014 NFL draft going against the USC Trojans in the Las Vegas Bowl.
But the best way to describe his performance would have to be "disappointing." 
Entering the game as CBS Sports' No. 10 prospect overall and No. 2 quarterback behind Teddy Bridgewater, Carr is widely considered a lock to be a top-10 pick in April's draft. However, his game against USC might give some teams pause about handing him the keys just yet. 
Not only was Carr's Fresno State squad handily defeated by the USC Trojans, 45-20, but the QB had a poor individual performance, to boot. He put together a middling stat line of 29-of-54 for 217 yards and two touchdowns with an interception. 
There were moments when Carr flashed the upside that projects him to be a top-10 selection in the draft. On his first drive against the Trojans, he threw a nice fade to Davante Adams for 16 yards and connec...

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