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Week in Review: 2013 NFL Draft: Top 10 QB Prospects

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November 17, 2012; Morgantown, WV, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith (12) gestures as he scrambles with the ball against the Oklahoma Sooners during the third quarter at Milan Puskar Stadium. The Oklahoma Sooners won 50-49. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

#1 Geno Smith QB WVU

Smith is an good athlete with great competitiveness. He wants to make himself better and will work very hard at it. Smith works very well through his progressions and has very good field vision. Smith has a really good arm and can make all the throws, though it isn’t as strong as Glennon or Brays arms. He can throw into tight windows and hits his wide receivers in stride very well, allowing them to pick up yards after catch extremely well. He has good mobility and can pick up yards running down the field. He needs to work on extending drives when the deep part of the field is taken away. Showed good accuracy on all of his throws. Will have to work on his footwork, coming out of the offense he played in at WVU.

Should be picked – Top 10 – Mid 1st

NFL Comparison – Tony Romo (But better decision maker)

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