First Sound: Mark Schofield’s QB Trait Videos

Inside the Pylon and 17 Drives author Mark Schofield present First Sound, a series of videos focusing on quarterback traits. These videos reside at our YouTube Channel

Carson Wentz

Mark looks at North Dakota State senior Carson Wentz’s ability to read progressions:

Mark breaks down Wentz’s ability to make anticipation throws:

Jared Goff

Mark examines California quarterback Jared Goff’s anticipation:

Mark looks at how Goff sees the field and reads progressions:

Brandon Doughty

Mark diagnoses Western Kentucky quarterback Brandon Doughty’s ability to read progressions:

Connor Cook

Mark examines Connor Cook’s anticipation:

Paxton Lynch

Mark looks at Paxton Lynch’s arm talent:

Cody Kessler

Mark looks at how Cody Kessler adapts to the circumstances that unfold in the play:

Dak Prescott

Mark Schofield looks at Dak Prescott maintaining aggression and manipulating defenders:

Kevin Hogan

Mark explores Kevin Hogan’s play speed:

We continue to highlight a different First Sound video on our site and encourage you to subscribebookmark, follow, listen, and like our work everywhere it appears. Click here for the other videos on our Youtube channel. Thank you very much for reading, listening, watching, and supporting Inside The Pylon.

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Mark Schofield has always loved football. He breaks down film, scouts prospects, and explains the passing game for Inside the Pylon.

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