I disagree. Blocking for a scrambling QB takes a lot more persistent effort by trying to minimize holding, letting go, re-engaging, and so on from an O-line than blocking for a QB that gets rid of the ball under 3 seconds. Your comment suggests that the OL has no bearing on giving the QB the time to scramble and keeping their head on a swivel while he does, that is completely untrue.
Fair enough. Although IMO the halmark of the greatest QBs nowadays is that they can make plays both in structure(in the pocket) and out of structure(leaving the pocket).
For whatever it's worth - Love is the best out of the rest(Burrow not included) in stepping into the pocket and making throws. I love his pocket presence and feel. He has much better feel for it than Herbert or Eason or Fromm. Eason and Fromm are actually not that good with it even though they are pocket passers... they just rely on the pocket to be perfectly clean. In the NFL even with our OLine you cannot rely on that. You will have to navigate it and avoid rushers through subtle movements, through stepping into the pocket and into pockets of space within the pocket. Love IMO is the best at it from anyone not named Burrow in this draft.