The Case for Logan Thomas

Written by Spencer on February 21, 2014

So Why Thomas?

If you draft Logan Thomas, you’re getting a quarterback with a talent level comparable to some of the better starting signal callers in the league. You’re getting a tall, strong, physical football player who can run and take a hit. Also, you’re getting a passer who throws with accuracy and zip well-suited for where the league is headed.

By no means would you be drafting a total ‘project’ quarterback. Thomas certainly has the tools to be successful, but he is already so much more refined as a passer than a typical ‘project’ guy. Thomas hits guys in stride and throws receivers open.

Overall, Thomas is much better than given credit for, and deserves the chance to develop into what he is clearly capable of becoming: a good starting quarterback in the National Football League.


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