2024 NFL Draft: Tulane QB Michael Pratt details his favorite college play

At the 2024 scouting combine, I was able to ask several draft prospects to give me their favorite plays from their college days – the ones they feel would best represent them to NFL teams. Next man up is Tulane quarterback Michael Pratt

Tulane’s offense has become pretty explosive under head coach Willie Fritz over the last two seasons, and Pratt has been a big part of that. Last season, he completed 185 of 283 passes for 2,405 yards, 24 touchdowns, five interceptions, and a passer rating of 110.5. And since he completed 24 of 53 passes of 20 or more air yards last season for 859 yards, nine touchdowns, two interceptions, and a passer rating of 115.8, it’s not a surprise that his favorite play with the Green Wave was a deep ball.

Brown and Chris Brazzell II ran the over routes, Pratt liked what he saw to Brown when Rice safety Daveon Hook dropped to the flat from a Quarters look, and that’s how you get a 26-yard touchdown.

I have a sneaking suspicion that when Pratt gets in meeting rooms with NFL teams, he’ll impress them with his confident nature and football understanding. I could see him going in the high third day, probably as a third- or early fourth-round pick. He doesn’t blow you away with specific physical attributes, but he’s got it on lock when it comes to understanding the position.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire