Having worked closely with the likes of Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning, offensive guru Ben McAdoo knows what to look for when breaking down quarterback play on tape. McAdoo, the former New York Giants head coach, joined this week’s 33rd Team Call to analyze the top three quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft: Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, BYU’s Zach Wilson and Ohio State’s Justin Fields.
“He checks most if not all the boxes,” McAdoo said of Lawrence, the presumptive No. 1 overall pick.
On Wilson: “He has good feet and rhythm. That’s the thing that impressed me most about him. He doesn’t always play that way, but he has it.
On Fields: “There’s a lot to like about him. I think he’s going to be a talented pro. He has a high ceiling. He just needs to clean up the reads, clean up the decision-making.”