I played since a child and up into college (walk-on at IU for a year as a TE and then done). I understood routes and all that, tempo and the like, but not necessarily from a QB perspective (for instance, I didn't understand what throwing receivers open meant or looked like until several years after I played).
I think this is one of those things that you just don't come to know until you spent so much time working with people in the industry. Even then, it takes an intimate knowledge of the plays called and responsibilities of each player on a give ndown to really break down accurately. Something us common folk will never really understand since we don't have the time or expertise.
I would for sure think so. IMO he is the 3rd best player in the draft behind Young and Brown. Yes I think he is better than Burrow, obviously if he's healthy.
I would love to be in position to draft him