Arizona State QB Brock Osweiler Voted Most Likely To Be A “Bust” By Evaluators


The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel polled a number of evaluators regarding this year’s group of quarterback prospects. Interestingly enough, the consensus regarding the one player that’s most likely to be a “bust” in the NFL was Arizona State QB Brock Osweiler.

It’s worth noting that Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill came in second with four, compared to Osweiler’s eight. Brandon Weeden received three votes, while Robert Griffin and Kirk Cousins got two. Not a single one of the evaluators polled gave Andrew Luck a single vote.

Osweiler is one of the more enigmatic prospects in this year’s draft class. Some teams are reportedly very high on him and believe he could be taken in the first-round, while others wouldn’t touch until after the second. He has great size for the position, but he’ll need some time to develop before anyone can feel confident running him out there as their starter.

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