*This is part seven of a 10 part series where we will take a look at the Cleveland Browns options for the elusive quarterback of the future.
Name: DeShone Kizer
Weight: 233 pounds
School: Notre Dame
NFL Team: N/A
Draft Spot or Projection: Mid Round 1-Early Round 3
Strengths: AFC North size at 6’4″ and 233 pounds…can add to frame still…big arm…can make all of the throws…atheltic…throws catchable ball with tight spiral…good arm motion…strong hands…mostly accurate…stands in pocket and takes hit when necessary to find open receiver…
weaknesses: INCONSISTENT…ditches mechanics at times and relies on strong arm causing the ball to fly all over the field…sticks on primary targets…not a great field general…makes awful decisions with the ball…takes unnecessary sacks even with time and clear and clean pocket, loves to hold the ball looking for big play rather than take what defense gives them…
Summary: If you were going to build the perfect quarterback, you’d want size, arm strength, and a strong build. Kizer has that. However, you’d also want the guy to have field smarts and Kizer is lacking at times. He can be a really good pro, just needs to get out of his own head or at least let someone in to help him out.
Up Next: Cal QB Davis Webb
Previously: Clemson QB Deshaun Watson