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Hogs Haven takes a look at 2019 NFL Draft prospects

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that could contribute to the Redskins"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareNick Fitzgerald has a substantial amount of growth left at the quarterback position. But how does he fair as a gadget player?Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsNick Fitzgerald Jimmy Moreland Washington Redskins Jersey , QBSchool: Mississippi State | Conference: SECCollege Experience: RS Senior | Age: 23Height / Weight: 6-5 / 226 lbsProjected Draft Status: Round 6-7NFL Comparison: Taysom Hill, QB, New Orleans SaintsCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewNick Fitzgerald is a dual-threat playmaker who started for the Mississippi State Bulldogs the past three seasons. He played in a total of 45 games, with 37 starts during his collegiate career. He set 13 school record during his time there too - including career rush yards by a quarterback (3,607), career 100-yard rush games (21), single-season 100-yard rush games by a quarterback, and single-season average yards per rush by a quarterback (7.1). He also earned Maxwell, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm, and Davey O’Brien Award consideration during the 2017 campaign. Strengths Size is a prototype for NFL QuarterbacksHas Arm Strength needed to succeed in NFLExtremely Mobile and Shifty as a runner. Also brings power element - Cam Newton comes to mind as he handles contact (invites the contact). Vision is excellent as a runner too, very good in traffic, and has speed (4.64 40-yard dash) to maximize his gains. Will be great as a redzone threat.WeaknessesAccuracy is biggest hindrance from being considered a top prospect in the draft. Lacks consistency in this area (finished with more rushing attempts than passing completions in his career). Struggles on intermediate to deep throws on a consistent basis Reckless passer, tends to get in trouble often due to poor decision-making. Locks on to receivers far too consistently, defenders are not fooled if they follow his eyes. Though very good runner, it is instinct, does not trust arm or himself to make a particular throw as he should. Will hinder him in timing plays that require him to get rid of the football very quickly. Let’s see his work (QB, #7):GradeSize (out of 10): Nick fits the mold of the prototypical quarterback and can withstand the hits by NFL defenders.Grade: 10Accuracy (out of 15): Nick main issue has been consistency as a passer, accuracy has harmed him throughout his career.Grade: 5Arm Strength (out of 10): Nick has the arm strength to succeed in the NFL; however, needs to work on his touch.Grade: 7Mobility (out of 10): Mobility is excellent, great runner with great vision. Grade: 10Mental Processing (out of 15): Struggles making simple reads at times and results in poor decision-making.Grade: 5Mechanics (out of 10): Struggles with the nuances of the quarterback position at time -which includes, dropbacks, stepping up in the pocket, and his balance/throwing motion.Grade: 4Leadership (out of 15): Fitzgerald took time to earn the leadership role Jimmy Moreland Jersey 2019 , but well respected by many of his teammates and even opposing teams within the SEC Conference. There is agood amount of respect for Nick.Grade: 12Clutch (out of 15): Fitzgerald is not the most accurate passer but has led Nick to some big wins during his collegiate career.Grade: 10Total: 63/100How He Would Fit on The RedskinsNick Fitzgerald is a long way away from a starting product, or even a backup quarterback. However, Fitzgerald is an athlete who can contribute right away. In 2018 head coach Sean Payton of the New Orleans Saints provided an innovative approach to the utilization of an athletic quarterback in Taysom Hill. With the size of a receiver and the power of a running back, he was capable of playing in multiple positions for the Saints. Not only did the Saints use him like a wildcat quarterback who is a threat to throw the football, but he also lined up at tight end, running back, wide receiver, special teams gunner, and a kick return specialist. The trend does and should not stop at Taysom Hill knowing the way the NFL is adapting to the type of quarterbacks they are drafting out of colleges. With Nick Fitzgerald, along with a couple of other quarterbacks in this draft class, he is a copy cat version of Hill and will immediately benefit a team in situational football or even as a wrinkle in an offense. Washington can afford to use a quarterback like Nick. A collection of Redskins articles from around the web"Antonio Brown's talent may be worth his cost and personality issues | NBC Sports WashingtonBrian Mitchell knows that the Redskins getting Antonio Brown is unlikely, but he argues the team should look into it no matter how far-fetched becauseNFL Combine Preview: Five prospects to watch with Redskins needs in mind | NBC Sports WashingtonNBC Sports Washington's NFL Combine coverage continues with a look at potential targets for the Redskins based on need areas and beyond the first round, including West Virginia quarterback Will Grier.Wes Phillips joins dad, Wade, on Rams coaching staff - Washington TimesThe Los Angeles Rams have added three coaches to their staff, including the son of defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.The case for - and against - the Redskins trading for Antonio Brown | NBC Sports WashingtonThe Redskins need an offensive playmaker. Anybody that watched many Washington games in 2018 saw that glaring need, and now, Antonio Brown is absolutely available.The Redskins must get better at finding contributors in the NFL Draft's middle rounds | NBC Sports WashingtonThree of the Redskins' past four first-round picks have made a difference in Washington. Where the team has been coming up short, though, is in rounds 2-4.NFL Combine: A look at current and former Redskins who shined at the NFL Combine | NBC Sports WashingtonDazzling in the 40-yard dash and pumping some iron on the bench press, former and current Redskins have made a name for themselves at the NFL Combine.Five Safeties To Watch For At The NFL CombineThe top safeties to watch out for at this year's NFL Combine include some that have been linked to the Redskins in mock drafts.Eight Wide Receivers To Watch For At The NFL CombineThe top wide receivers to watch out for at this year's NFL Combine include many that have already been linked to the Redskins in mock drafts.Cowboys' Randy Gregory indefinitely suspended for yet another substance-abuse policy violation | NBC Sports WashingtonThe 26-year old defensive end received his fourth suspension from the NFL on Tuesday, putting his future in jeopardy.
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