Zach Wilson, QB-BYU
6’3″, 210 Pounds
- Powerful Arm
- Accurate Passer
- Throws a Cactchable Ball
- Quick Feet
- One-year Wonder
- Working Through Progressions
As a sophomore Wilson was a below-average passer completing just 66% of his passes for 1,578 yards and 12 touchdowns. He didn’t really improve his junior year. His completion percentage went down to 62% for 2,382 yards and 11 touchdowns.
In his senior year, Wilson hit the ground running by completing 74% of his passes for 3,692 yards and 33 touchdowns. Wilson and BYU Cougars crushed almost every team they played.
The Twenty Second Episode – AFC North Breakdown – Go Run A Route Podcast
- The Twenty Second Episode – AFC North Breakdown
- The Twenty-First Episode – Packers President comments on Rodgers, Le'Veon cost himself employment, NFC East Breakdown and Predictions
- The Twentieth Episode – Julio Jones is a Titan, AFC East Breakdown and Predictions
- The Nineteenth Episode – In celebration of the NBA Playoffs
- The Eighteenth Episode – Julio Jones is on the move, Making fun of fans
Wilson has the skill set of an NFL quarterback. He has displayed a strong arm and showed his deep ball accuracy. Wilson showed that he has good ball placement in all areas of the field. there is no doubt that Wilson can spin the ball with the best.
Wilson has the ability to be a dangerous runner with balance and agility. He can reset the pocket, adjust his feet, and make throws.
One NFC scout was on record stating, “Wilson is fun to watch but is he a 1-year flash in the pan? He is a backyard baller who is fun to watch”.
Wilson will need to work on his decision making. He was primarily a one-read quarterback and when his first read was not there had a hard time adjusting. Wilson will need to show that he can still develop and the just from junior to senior season was not a fluke.
Wilson looks to be almost a lock to be a top-five pick in the draft and can go as high a number two. With Trevor Lawrence as a lock for the first overall pick in the draft, will the New York Jets select him, or trade out and get a king’s ransom for the pick.