David Butler II-US PRESSWIRE
N.C. State QB Mike Glennon looks like the type of tall, strong-armed pocket passer that NFL scouts would naturally covet. However, in the first two weeks of the season, Glennon has not played up to his potential. His struggles must be alarming to scouts.
The 6'6'', 232-pound senior has completed just 55 percent of his passes for 492 yards, thrown four interceptions and been sacked seven times.
With Glennon leading the way, the Wolfpack offense could only manage to score 10 points against UConn in Week 2. Luckily for Glennon, his defense bailed him out and held the Huskies to seven points. While he still has plenty of games to prove himself this season, right now Glennon just does not look like a top NFL prospect.
At this point, he's only the seventh-best senior quarterback prospect behind USC's Matt Barkley, West Virginia's Geno Smith, Arkansas' Tyler Wilson, Oklahoma's Landry Jones, Kansas State's Collin Klein and Florida State's E.J. Manuel.
With the way those six are performing, there's no doubt that Glennon is going to have to play a whole lot better if he wants to move past any of them.