Jeff Tuel Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Washington State QB

April 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former Washington State quarterback Jeff Tuel isn't the first name that jumps off the page when examining the list of prospects entering the 2013 NFL draft at the position, but he's a developmental talent that should intrigue most NFL teams. 
You'll have to travel for a while down a big board or mock before finding Tuel's name, but the Cougars gunslinger is the most accurate in school history, which places him in with names such as Drew Bledsoe. 
Does Tuel have what it takes to make it in the NFL? Has he shown enough over the course of his career to be selected in this year's draft at all?
Read on to find out. 
STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES + Good size at 6'3" and 218 pounds
- Didn't have to make many reads in college + Mobile in pocket to extend plays with his feet - Serious injury history + Solid throwing motion/great touch on passes
- Mediocre arm strength
+ Smart, aware player with solid character


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