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Fromm was the better college QB but NFL is a whole different beast. 

 

Sam took Shane Buechele's spot at Texas and Shane moved on to SMU and now both are in the league so both our backups QB's involved in competitive QB battles in college.

 

Bama of course had 3 NFL starters battling for their spot in Mac Jones ,Jalen Hurts and Tua. 

 

 

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If Sam isn't healthy, I'd consider picking Fromm up. 

 

Draft overview:

 

Overview

Heady quarterback who is light on physical traits but sees the game like a pro signal-caller most of the time. Fromm has big-game experience and proved to be a worthy challenger against Alabama as a freshman and sophomore. He's a full-field reader who has shown a consistent ability to change plays and make smart pre- and post-snap decisions. Arm strength is a concern, and that concern may be exacerbated if his ball placement and timing aren't more consistent. He's an intelligent game-manager whose range is good backup to middling starter, but he will be scheme- and skill-position-needy at the next level.

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2 hours ago, Myles said:

If Sam isn't healthy, I'd consider picking Fromm up. 

 

Draft overview:

 

Overview

Heady quarterback who is light on physical traits but sees the game like a pro signal-caller most of the time. Fromm has big-game experience and proved to be a worthy challenger against Alabama as a freshman and sophomore. He's a full-field reader who has shown a consistent ability to change plays and make smart pre- and post-snap decisions. Arm strength is a concern, and that concern may be exacerbated if his ball placement and timing aren't more consistent. He's an intelligent game-manager whose range is good backup to middling starter, but he will be scheme- and skill-position-needy at the next level.

Boy wouldn’t the QB room be fun

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Eason needs to worry about himself and pick up his own game. He looked very average at best against players that either are back up players or guys that won't make the team. Fromm always had physical limitations, but Eason's issue is he has issues reading defenses or getting off his first target. Not sure which is worse in the end..

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