Munns is a nimble-footed pocket passer with excellent overall size and more than adequate arm strength. He is unique because this offense features him delivering the ball from a number of different launch points, and despite his impressive size, he is a very good athlete, throws well on the move to either side and can make throws off balance if he has too. His field vision is very good, and he can work through coverages. He has good foot quickness, can buy time with his movement in the pocket and has good pocket awareness. He plays with overall good intelligence and generally makes good decisions. He gets back quickly in the pocket and shows good recognition skills. He has a good feel for when to get rid of the ball. When he gets into a rhythm, he can be dangerous. Not only can he get rid of the ball quickly within the pocket and beat the rush, but on roll-outs, he has a great ability to put the ball on the money across his body or place it right on the sideline where only his guy can get to it. His throwing motion is a bit mechanical, and he tends to wind up a bit when he needs to get something on the throw. He is not a consistent deep-ball thrower. Ball tends to hang and sail a bit on vertical throws. He is at his best on short-to-intermediate throws that require timing and placement and is extremely accurate. You want to call him a pocket passer because of his size, but he is not a sitting duck and can buy second chances and make a play when things break down, which makes him a valuable passer for just about any offensive scheme.