If you've followed me as a writer for Bleacher Report then you probably know that my background is strong in evaluating and scouting. Most of my pieces are evaluation-based reads and we here at B/R hope to bring more in-depth scouting type of content to you and the rest of our great readers as we move forward.
So with that said, how about we take a look at the initial critical skills that scout's look for when evaluating a QB prospect. Every program wants the the "prototypical QB" recruit and this piece will tell you and show you what the prototype QB must have.
Now, not all QB prospects are dominant in each of these categories, but the following skills are what the prototype will have and excel at. These are tangible skills that the prototypical and ideal QB recruit will have, as leadership, moxie, preparation and other intangibles are another part of the evaluation process for QB recruits.
So come on and come check out what scouts look for, as their quest for finding the prototypical QB prospect is always ongoing.