Draft Collection: 2016 NFL Draft Quarterbacks

Draft season is in full swing, as scouts and teams look to the future. Inside The Pylon profiled some prospects in the 2015 NFL Draft and will bring our in-depth, high-quality approach to even more player profiles this season. Mark Schofield’s 2016 NFL Draft quarterbacks collection kicks us off.

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College Football’s 2015 Season One Game At A Time

Vernon Adams Jr.

Next Man Up

A Trait Based Comparison of Vernon Adams and Marcus Mariota

Wins Throw Of The Week

Connected With Taj Griffin On A Wheel Route

Shrine Game Superstar (by Ted Nguyen)

Master of Improvisation

On Two: Play Within Structure

Trevone Boykin

Draft QB To Know

On Two: Ball Placement And The Goal Line Fade

Chemistry Matters: Trevone Boykin and Josh Doctson

Jacoby Brissett

Draft QB To Know

Big Throw Earns Recognition

On Two: Play Strength and Downfield Vision

First Sound: Reading Progressions

Connor Cook

Draft QB To Know

On Two: Anticipation

Punching MSU’s Ticket To Indianapolis

First Sound: Anticipation

Comfort Food

Brandon Doughty

Draft QB To Know

On Two: Working Progressions

First Sound: Reading Progressions

Jared Goff

Draft QB To Know

Maintaing Aggression and Learning From Mistakes

On Two: Pocket Presence

Fight Or Flight?

First Sound: Anticipation

First Sound: Progression And The Y-Cross

The Perils Of Box Score Scouting

Christian Hackenberg

Draft QB To Know

Facing The Weak Side DE Drop

On Three: Synchronized Passing

On Two: Progressions And Pocket Awareness

Kevin Hogan

The No-Throw Decision

On Two: Arm Strength

First Sound: Play Speed

On Two: Cool In The Cauldron

Senior Bowl Coaching Pointers: Play Speed And Decision Making

Cody Kessler

Draft QB To Know

On Two: Decision-Making

First Sounds: Progressions And Flow Within Structure

On Two: Downfield Vision

Red Zone Smash

Vad Lee

Going Deep In The Heart Of Texas

First Sound: Manipulation

The Corner Route Against SMU

First Sound: Progressions And The Four Verticals Concept

Paxton Lynch

On Two: Accuracy

On Three: Ball Placement

First Sound: Arm Talent

On Two: Learning From Mistakes

Dak Prescott

Draft QB To Know

On Two: Progressions

First Sound Maintaining Aggression and Manipulation

Senior Bowl Coaching Pointers: Ball Placement

Red Zone Smash

Nate Sudfeld

Work In Progress: Accuracy

Carson Wentz

Draft QB To Know

RSP Film Room

Working On The Deep Ball

The No-Throw Decision

Facing The Weakside DE Drop

Carson Wentz Led A Game Winning Drive

On Two: Decision Making

On Two: Deep Accuracy

First Sound: Progressions

Defendant’s Reply Brief: Draft Evaluators V Carson Wentz

Josh Woodrum

On Two: Arm Talent

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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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