Geno Smith is undoubtedly the best quarterback available in the draft. It remains to be seen whether or not the Kansas City Chiefs will take him with the No. 1 pick in the draft, but he has the ability to be a lethal weapon in the NFL.
He can completely take over a game with his arm or his legs. He started the 2012 season on a ridiculous tear. He threw for 2,274 yards with 25 touchdowns and no interceptions through West Virginia's first six games of the season.
In West Virginia's third game of 2012 against Baylor, Geno Smith put up some of the most outstanding numbers I have ever seen. He completed 45-of-51 pass attempts for 656 yards and eight touchdowns with no interceptions.
He possesses the ideal size and weight for a quarterback at 6'3" and 214 pounds (ESPN).
He can burn you with his arm and if need be, can run better than most quarterbacks. He is extremely confident and shows tremendous pocket presence and mobility on camera.
If West Virginia had a decent enough defense, West Virginia had the offensive fire power to make some serious noise in 2012. Their defense held them back and held Geno back.
Geno is the most accurate deep-ball passer in the draft. He can sling it through tight windows and make you pay if you blitz him.
NFL teams should not back off from his poor performance against Syracuse in the Pinstripe Bowl.
Geno Smith is a terrific NFL prospect and without a doubt will go early in the first round in the upcoming draft.