(AUDIO) Charles Davis Says The Quarterbacks In This Draft Could Go Anywhere

Charles Davis 4/23/14

From the NFL Netwrok, draft analyst Charles Davis joined Fan Interference this morning to talk about his latest mock draft, and what he thinks could happen with the Bucs.  In his latest mock, Charles had the quarterbacks falling this time with Justin’s personal favorite Johnny Manziel falling to 13 to the Rams. Charles, like most in the business, have the South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney being the first pick in the draft because there are no quarterbacks in this class that are on the level of what Luck and RG III bring to the league.

When talking about the quarterbacks, Charles says that the choke point for the top 4 guys could be at Tennessee with the 11th pick. Of the teams behind them, only Arizona and the Browns with their second first round pick.

With the Bucs at 7, Charles says that although McCown has been named the starter and Lovie is an experienced coach, that the chance to sit a QB drafted at 7 could be a problem that the team may have to deal with rather than potentially allowing them to sit behind a veteran to see the speed of the game. The pro game has now transitioned and adapted to more of the college game, so teams and fans are desperate to see a high level draft pick quarterback play as soon as possible.


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