There’s a lot more to scouting than just looking at college stats and pulling the trigger. However, history shows us that guys who are the biggest offensive playmakers in college have a much better chance at being productive in the NFL. They’re also more likely to be valued higher in the draft.
Sure, a player’s stats can sometimes be misleading and aided by a system or the talent around him, but completely ignoring a player’s production throughout his college career or considering it pointless information is far more damaging to the process than overvaluing it—at least based on my own experience.
Perhaps this list can serve as a reference down the road to see how these players turn out when they transition to the NFL.
So let’s jump right in and find out who are the biggest offensive playmakers in this draft class.
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