The list is consistent with the notion that I care more about high floors than high ceiling players. I'm done, with "traits" that can be developed. Give me good college performance, measured by some basics at the QB position. Nelson's greatness in college was his high floor he brought to the NFL, not necessarily his developmental traits.
The only QB that really fits that description is Fromm. The other three have better "traits" that coaches and analysts see as developable. Puke.
Fromm at 34 or 44, and I'm holding my nose making that selection because I don't like his limited arm strength or height. If Eason had Fromm's college resume, I'd be all over him at 13.
Overall, none except Herbert are a great fit. I might just have to settle for rolling with JB another year or hoping some vet becomes available so we can at least have a chance the next couple of years.
I think Luck retiring 2 weeks before the season started makes comparisons impossible. With Luck, this team could also be in the Superbowl. I'm also not sure how much depth the 49rs had a few years ago. I do know that Ballard had to build depth first.
I do agree that I'd like to see them use more of their cap space.