Quarterback Michael Pratt lights up Tulane pro day

One of the more ‘under the radar’ quarterbacks of an already absolutely loaded 2024 NFL draft class, Tulane’s Michael Pratt made the most of his showcase during the teams pro day at the New Orleans Saints indoor facility on Tuesday.

It was interesting to see almost every NFL team represented at the Tulane pro day where Pratt headlined the talent and made the most of his opportunity. Pratt was casually dropping deep balls to his receivers and showing off arm talent that makes him a potential day-three pick.

A four-year starter who guided the Green Waves to a 10-1 season, Pratt was the clear vocal and emotional leader for an upstart team that made plenty of noise last college season. Pratt put up solid numbers with 27 total touchdowns and maintained a quarterback rating of 158.9 on the season.

While Pratt may become lost in the noise of the quarterbacks at the top of the class, the league is always in search of potential diamonds in the rough, especially at the quarterback position. Pratt projects well as a developmental high-level backup in the league, with the potential to get a shot as a starter down the road.

Story originally appeared on Draft Wire