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Discussion in 'Draft' started by dmw, Feb 14, 2018.
What does everyone think about Rudolph? Possible Jet draft pick?
In the 5th round sure.
anything before the 3rd?...eh...
In a draft widely seen as having four or five strong QB's, he's the sixth guy.
after 3rd round....I like Mike White Western Kentucky...good pro-style QB!!
I have him at 7
7 sounds about right.
Not necessarily in that order but yea
Weak arm, inaccurate, system guy.
Sounds like Petty without the arm strength.
I've heard some sports media guys like him a lot. Boomer may have been one of them.
White has been climbing up many mock draft boards. FWIW, I've bought into the hype and would take him over Rudolph at this point.
3rd or 4th round pick.
His arm strength is questionable. The system at OKState is/was as well. I like him, but I wouldn't stand on the table for him.
Definitely a project.
I trust this Rudolph more
I like him alittle more than Falk. Others saying he has a weak arm, it seemed adequate to me.Also has good size & athleticism.
He'll need a year behind the scenes, no doubt. I know others saying 3rd round..I highly doubt he gets out of the mid to late 1st. He might have a late 2nd/early 3rd grade but he has FQB upside & thats all Gms look for anymore when pulling the trigger on these guys round 1.
That’s because he understands that people are products of their environment
He has baby hands. This guy is going to tumble in the draft.
Mason Rudolph is my second choice after Baker Mayfield. Would have no problem if the Jets stayed at 6 and drafted him there. Statistically, he is right up there with Mayfield and way ahead of everyone else. Physically, he has ideal height and weight. He has senior maturity, a ton of experience and increased production every year he played.
he sucked in poor weather. He needs to go to a warm weather or domed team. Either way I think he's a career backup myself
Maon Rudolph is "The MAN"....Best QB in draft...overall. Rosen best passer, but very injury prone.