Tag Archives: NFLDraft2015QB


Scouting Report: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

Marcus Mariota was a three star dual-threat quarterback coming from Honolulu, Hawaii. He had interest from many schools especially in the PAC-12, but only received offers from Memphis and Oregon. Mariota chose Oregon due Mark Helfrich, Oregon’s t…

Apr 30, 2015 Samuel Gold

Marcus Mariota and the Vertical “Switch” Concept

Marcus Mariota has a lot of doubters due to the offensive system he ran at Oregon. Many claim this to be a gimmick offense and instantly write off any sign of pro readiness. Although Mariota did run a lot of non-pro concepts especially in the Rose Bowl…

Apr 29, 2015 Samuel Gold

Scouting Report: Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

Jameis Winston was the top dual-threat quarterback from the 2012 high school class from Hueytown, Alabama. He also earned Gatorade Player of the Year recognition for the state of Alabama while in high school. Winston committed to Florida State Universi…

Apr 27, 2015 Samuel Gold

Jameis Winston’s 7 Fumbles in 2014

Jameis Winston’s 18 interceptions this past season were analyzed to see fully what happened, but that led many to compare Winston’s seven fumbles to Mariota’s seven fumbles and question why Winston doesn’t have similar ball secu…

Apr 21, 2015 Samuel Gold

Marcus Mariota’s 7 Fumbles and 4 Interceptions in 2014

Marcus Mariota’s draft value has been all over the board with many believing he will be picked second overall later this April. While everyone is talking about Jameis Winston’s 18 interceptions in 2014, Marcus Mariota’s fumbling issue…

Apr 17, 2015 Samuel Gold

Jameis Winston’s 18 Interceptions in 2014

Jameis Winston is one of the most controversial prospects entering the 2015 NFL Draft. After winning the Heisman Trophy in 2013 his redshirt freshman year, Winston regressed the following season where he threw 18 interceptions to just 25 touchdowns. In…

Apr 16, 2015 Samuel Gold

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