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Deshaun Watson Scouting Report – 2017 NFL Draft Profile

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Giving a detailed scouting report and draft profile of Clemson QB Deshaun Watson including his strengths, weaknesses, pro comparison, prospect grade, team fits, and more! Subscribe for More!

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QB Deshuan Watson Scouting Report:
6’3, 215 pounds
2016 Stats: 4593 passing yards, 67% comp., 41 TDs, 17 INTs
Projected 40-Yard Dash Time: 4.65

Strengths: Arm Talent, Mobility, Pocket Presence, Intangibles
Weaknesses: Extremely Inconsistent Accuracy, Reading the Field

Pro Comparison: Ryan Tannehill/Vince Young

Best Fits: Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills

Prospect Grade: 77

QB GRADING SCALE:
97-100 – Can’t Miss Prospect, Future Hall of Famer, Will be Top 5 at his Position (Example: Aaron Rodgers)
93-96 – Great Prospect, Could develop into a Consistent Pro Bowler, Possibly All-Pro, Top 10 at his Position (Example: Philip Rivers/Ben Roethlisberger)
90-92 – Very Good Prospect, Should be an Above Average Starter, Potential Pro Bowls (Example: Matthew Stafford)
83-89 – Good Prospect, Should be an Average Starter (Example: Carson Palmer/Eli Manning)
75-82 – Below Average Starter, Backup with Potential to Become Good Starter (Example: Alex Smith/Sam Bradford)
65-74 – Quality Backup with Potential to Become Low-End Starter (Example: Tyrod Taylor)
55-64 – Career Backup (Example: Drew Stanton)
Below 55: Undraftable

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5 thoughts on “Deshaun Watson Scouting Report – 2017 NFL Draft Profile

  1. Oh I did want to comment on something you said, watching the championship
    game you couldn’t help but notice the similarities between this game and
    Vince Young / Longhorns vs. USC (but make no mistake that game was twice as
    intense) but Vince Young had the Talent Jeff Fisher did something to that
    young man that messed Him up mentally and we are seeing now with Goff how
    Fisher sucks. That’s all.

  2. In terms of a pro comparison closest I see is a better version of Geno
    Smith. Watson has significantly more arm talent, he’s more coachable,
    better intangibles, leadership but they are similar in terms of size,
    inconsistent accuracy, reading the field. Late first round to second round
    grade in my opinion.

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