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The conversations surrounding Caleb Williams (USC) and Drake Maye (North Carolina) have holstered top-of-the-draft headlines for over a year now. Two uber-talented signal-callers, it’ll be of no surprise to hear their names called within the top five picks next spring.
However, it’s the group of quarterbacks behind Williams and Maye where the conversations really pick up steam.
For LSU’s Jayden Daniels, his evaluation at this point in time is an intriguing one.
A dual-threat talent with the ability to beat you with his arm and his legs, his game fits seamlessly with the modern NFL. Currently second to Oregon gunslinger Bo Nix in Heisman odds, he checks many of the boxes teams look for in a future leader under center.
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