Trubisky is a spread offense coach's dream when it comes to his combination of size, speed, savvy athleticism and arm strength. He is a shotgun passer who becomes more impressive the more you watch him. He can be a sandlot player who finds ways to get the ball out and move the chains. He has good mobility within the pocket, and pulls the occasional rabbit out of his hat when a play breaks down. He can sidestep the rush and has a very quick, but also somewhat low release. He isn't afraid to take off on the run. He can create second chances with his feet and pick up a first down. He often breaks containment and can throw on the run to either side with very good accuracy. He often shows a penchant for being able to throw across his body and when off balance with very good accuracy. He's a timing passer who likes to get the ball out of his hand quickly. Gets set quickly, is balanced in his set up and when in rhythm can be a very smooth and powerful passer from within the pocket. He isn't afraid to take some chances due to his confidence in both his feet and arm. He can sneak the ball into tight spots even when late. His feet get him out of trouble and he is very difficult to defend when the initial play breaks down. Trubisky has very good speed for the position and is elusive and tough as an open field runner. He is a strong runner and he has the frame to really add bulk and strength as an overall player. Keep in mind Trubisky can be raw and risky. He has a riverboat gambler feel to him, which we really like, but it could also get him in trouble. While his release is quick and smooth, it is low and can negate his adequate-to-good height. We like Trubisky's upside and skill set.