6 Offensive and Defensive Schemes That Sabotage Draft Stock

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6 Offensive and Defensive Schemes That Sabotage Draft Stock
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This list is all about the system. In college football, the system can be everything.

Remember Darron Thomas?

Just a few years ago, he was at the head of one of the most potent offenses in college football at Oregon, led his team to a perfect season and went on to win the Rose Bowl in his final college game.

Then he went undrafted in the NFL draft. He currently plays in the Canadian Football League.

Thanks to the Ducks' offense, Thomas looked like a stud in college but didn't pan out in the NFL.

He doesn't have the arm or quarterback acumen to play at an elite professional level, true, but in a different offensive system, he would have received the instruction and preparation that would help make him successful at the next level.

Thomas and the Ducks' offense are featured on this list, along with six other styles or specific systems that can make a player's draft stock fluctuate and disguise the actual talent a player possesses.

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