The NFL draft is one time of the year when every fan has optimism about their team.
Championship teams are built through the draft and each draft class has a few superstars in it.
So finding which players will be the next big thing is why scouts get paid the big money.
Amongst the most talked about players in this upcoming draft class is Alabama quarterback Bryce Young.
He seems to be the consensus number-one quarterback in the class, and many teams will be interested.
It seems to be a lock that Young will be selected in the top three.
But, Fox Sports analyst Colin Cowherd thinks Young will not last long in the league.
"I think he's the most talented QB in the draft — I just don't know how long it's going to work."
— @ColinCowherd on Bryce Young pic.twitter.com/usU31U3GnW
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) March 3, 2023
Cowherd is worried about the size of Young and his lack of arm strength.
He thinks Young would be at his best playing for a dome team.
Not having to worry about playing in rain or windy conditions would be the best fit for Young’s skill set.
Two teams that come to mind are the Indianapolis Colts and Atlanta Falcons.
Both are in desperate need of a franchise quarterback, and both are dome teams.
The Colts have already expressed interest in Young earlier in the offseason.
But, they will most likely have to trade up to acquire him.
With the Chicago Bears picking first, it seems likely they will trade out of that spot.
So whichever team wants to pay the most for Young can move up and select him first.
Despite his size, Young has a chance to have a long successful career in the NFL.
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