Perhaps the biggest thing Blake Bortles has going for him is his size.
The 6'5", 232-pound quarterback out of UCF is far bigger than his peers at the top of his draft, Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel. The 6'2" Bridgewater had weight concerns dogging him until he dispelled them at the combine, and Manziel's biggest problem is he doesn't crack six feet.
Partially because of his size, Bortles is being compared to Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Of course, size isn't everything. Just ask Jared Lorenzen.
Bortles also compares to Roethlisberger with his athleticism and escapability, two hallmarks of the Pittsburgh quarterback's game.
As with any highly touted quarterback prospect, how high is too high?
For every Andrew Luck there is a Blaine Gabbert and JaMarcus Russell. There are no sure things in the draft.
That goes double for a guy like Bortles, who enters the league a bit raw. His need for development is evident in his faulty footwork, passing inconsistency and need to better scan defenses.
Perhaps the biggest con for Bortles is where teams will have to take him. Is a quarterback who needs development worth a top-five pick on potential alone? He will be a big risk at the top of the draft.