QB Jared Goff- California
Goff is a really good quarterback prospect, and with the exception of the concern of how he works from under center, he should be ready to start from day one. His biggest concerns are how he handles pressure and how he can cut down on the negative plays (sacks and turnovers) that plagued him in college. The good news is he has the tools to improve in these areas and become a more efficient quarterback.
He’s athletic enough where he’s not a statue in the pocket and he should be able to buy more time with some work on recognizing quick pressure. Goff also has a quick release that should help him get rid of the ball quickly once he can get a better feel for the pocket collapsing. Once he establishes that understanding of how to handle pressure, he should be able to significantly reduce the sacks and turnovers. When that is accomplished he has the makings of being a really good quarterback at the next level.
His arm is good and he does a nice job of hitting receivers in stride and having strong ball placement, even on intermediate and deeper throws. There are some consistency issues, but those can be improved upon with time.
Overall he is battling Wentz for the top QB spot in this class and a lot will come down to preference. Goff is probably more of a sure thing to produce, particularly early in his career but Wentz has probably the highest upside of the two.