Best available dual-threat QB tweeners 

October, 15, 2013
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The spread offense is everywhere, which means there is a huge demand for athletic QBs across all 124 FBS level teams, not just those from the six BCS automatic qualifying conferences. These types of players are often behind the curve in terms of passing efficiency and polish, or undersized and possibly projected by bigger programs to move to another position. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a place for them to remain at quarterback. Players such as Wyoming’s Brett Smith, Utah State’s Chuckie Keeton, and Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch have become premier playmakers for their programs, but fell under the radar throughout the recruiting process.

Here are some prospect who could fit that bill:

Alin Edouard: We realize that Edouard has BCS level offers and was once committed to Miami, but that does not mean he will end up at a BCS school. He is a very exciting prospect who shows real flashes of production both as a runner and passer. He also has a high ceiling for physical development and should become a stronger, more powerful passer over time. He is very similar to Devante Kincade from the 2013 class only Edouard is taller. Don’t be surprised if Edouard blossoms over time and becomes a dynamic player in the right scheme.

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