Mason Rudolph

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    I think he'll be a very good starting qb for somebody. I'm starting to think Jackson may be a bust..
     
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    Very rehearsed answers. Well Prepped. The play recall was impressive. I like his personality. Dont know anything about his ability. I always wonder why these air raid QBs tend to fail. Are they incapable of reading defenses and working through progressions? Are they simply operating under the scheme in which their coach has put them? How teachable are they? He's got the size you want, the leadership, accuracy. Stats, eh. Wouldnt read a ton into them. Id look more at do you believe you can teach him to play under center? Seems to have the brain for it...
     
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    I, too, like MR. And for me, this draft cries out to teams, "Trade back".
     
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    Impressive.
     
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    Bleh
     
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    Ouchie-Z-Clown I'm better than Mulli!

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    Reminds me of Scott Mitchell.
     
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    Even as big as Rudolph is, he moves better than Scott Mitchell
     
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    Even as big as Rudolph is, he still isn't as big as Mitchell. Mitchell was huge. 6'6", 240 lbs. Not too many guys have success at QB at that size.
     
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    This guy is a good QB. If we took him at 15 I would be happy with the pick. This is the best quarterback class that I have seen since 1983.
     
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    I have to admit his retention was impressive especially after Mariucci tried to throw him off by asking him about where Wilson was drafted and Warner was taken. Mariucci tried to swerve him and he still retained the play just minutes after seeing it one time. This kid may be worth moving up late in the first to grab if you think someone else is looking to take him.
     
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    If that kid had the arm to go with the body he might be the number 1 pick IMO. But he doesn't and therefore he is second round talent, again IMO. If he can read a defense like say Kurt Warner then he could be good, because I think he a good kid and will work hard. Do all the things that you need your QB to do to be great.
     
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    That's all it ever boils down to. And all any team can ever hope is that he can process the game at NFL speed. As long as he doesn't have a deficiency in his right arm, it's no reason to take him off your board if he "only" has an adequate arm.

    Rudolph doesn't have a cannon but do we really need to look at all the guys who did and didn't pan out and all the one's who didn't but did? If the game isn't too big for him between the ears, his arm will be fine.
     
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    I wish we could see videos of all of the QBs coming out and see how well they handled what Mariucci throws at them. That would make for some interesting viewing.
     
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