ESPN draft guru Todd McShay has finally said to a national audience what I've been saying for years. And Todd pulled no punches.
There is no offensive consistency. Receivers aren't running the routes they should be. They're not in the places they should be. His offensive line is not protected. And I think their offensive scheme, to be quite honest with you, is outdated by 10, 15 years. So I don't think he's getting a whole lot of help around him. I do think the best thing that could happen to him whenever he does come out for the draft is maybe go a little later. Maybe get drafted in the second or third round and not have that pressure to play right away. Because I don't think he's going to be ready to come in and start from a consistency standpoint. Knowing what I know about guys coming out of that program on the offensive side, I don't think that he's going to be ready from a mental standpoint.Couldn't have said it better myself, Todd.