2021 NFL draft: Trevor Lawrence against Notre Dame is a prime example of why he is QB1

Mark Schofield
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In the coming weeks phrases such as “generational prospect” and “best since Andrew Luck” will be applied to Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence. I’m not here to debate that, and I’ll leave that to others. I’m here to focus on why there is such buzz around the QB prospect, and why everyone believes he will be the first player selected in the upcoming draft.

Turn on any of his games and you’ll see numerous examples of the tools and traits that matter at the position, in conjunction with Lawrence executing him at a high level. Once example is this season’s ACC Championship game. In this video breakdown you’ll see illustrations of manipulation that matters, timing and rhythm in the passing game, mobility as a quarterback, reading the rotation from the pocket and arm talent.

Trevor Lawrence against Notre Dame is a prime example of why he is QB1:

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