Many quarterbacks overlooked in recruiting process
Every coach would like to have upside and potential in his prospects. A prospect with ability and a ceiling that has yet to be reached is what makes coaching fun and challenging. However, rating performance vs. potential always has been a challenge in terms of making scouting decisions -- or, more importantly, scouting errors.
Statistics, system, level of competition and experience are all factors in evaluating quarterbacks at all levels of football, from high school to the NFL, but statistics and system may be the most misleading in projecting future success.
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