The NFL combine has taken place this week, and many players have improved their draft stock.
But, most fans and teams alike were waiting for the quarterbacks to take the field on Saturday.
This draft class is full of many good quarterback prospects.
We could see as many as four quarterbacks selected in the top 10.
One of those top signal callers is Kentucky’s, Will Levis.
He recently showed off what makes him one of the top prospects, which is his monster throwing arm.
Will Levis is throwing dimes and according to @jamieerdahl, the QBs and WRs all stop to watch when the ball's in his hands. 👀
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Levis had a unique college career.
He started at Penn State where he spent his first two seasons but got almost no playing time.
In those two years, he threw 102 passes, with three touchdowns and two interceptions.
But, where he became a top draft prospect was after he transferred to Kentucky.
Levis played his final two years as a Wildcat and had much more success.
Facing tough SEC opponents, Levis threw for 5,232 yards, 43 touchdowns, and 23 interceptions.
There is no question the interception total is a red flag for Levis, but that can be cleaned up.
Whichever team selects Levis will be doing so for his arm strength and build.
He is 6’3″ 220 pounds and looks like a prototypical NFL quarterback.
It seems like a sure thing that Levis is going to be a top-10 pick.
Among the teams interested should be the Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons, and Carolina Panthers.
He may benefit from sitting his first year in the NFL.
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