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2022 Heisman/ NFL QB Tracker

DRU2012

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Interesting. Both have been as high as #2; are currently ranked #s 9 and 10, rrespectively.
Personally, I have long since stopped being especially interested or concerned with this; only from the perspective of how MUCH "variability" we've seen from OUR guy has it continued to interest me--and then only in terms of the huge upside still implied, still apparently awaiting him and US, certainly this season and possibly next as well.
How will the story play out? An excitingly epic triumph, or a sad, gray fade?
 

Escambia94

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Anthony Richardson’s performance in the last six games has moved him from #7 to #5 in the rankings for top QB prospects in the 2023 NFL draft:
1. Bryce Young
2. CJ Stroud
3. Will Levis
4. Hendon Hooker
5. Anthony Richardson
 

DRU2012

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Anthony Richardson’s performance in the last six games has moved him from #7 to #5 in the rankings for top QB prospects in the 2023 NFL draft:
1. Bryce Young
2. CJ Stroud
3. Will Levis
4. Hendon Hooker
5. Anthony Richardson
Do you think that tips the scales toward his likely jumping now? I hear different analysis and rumor as to where all that seems to be at and/or headed of late...I personally believe that, with NIL and the Gator Collective (which he is currently the "poster boy" for in our program), it is still in his own best interest to "bet on himself" and STAY another season--Learn, grow, maybe even contend for a Heisman, and put himself at or near that "Number 1 Pick" in 2024!
(But that ISN'T how most of these young men tend to see things these days; no, "instant gratification" and a media-inflated view of "The world out there" all drive a "grab the glory NOW" mentality.)
 

Escambia94

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Unfortunately I do believe this tips the scales towards AR leaving. There is still a possibility that he follows a new trend of college QBs staying in college to be more NFL ready. He does have the first NIL deal with Gatorade. He could earn between $1M and $2M while staying at UF, which is about what a 3rd round pick makes not counting signing bonus.
 

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