Utah State QB Jordan Love
2019 stats: 13 games, 3,402 passing yards, 20 touchdowns, 17 interceptions, 61.9 completion percentage, 175 rushing yards
Height / Weight: 6'4" / 224 lbs
Accolades: New Mexico Bowl MVP (2018), Second-Team All-MWC (2018)
2020 NFL Draft prospect rankings: Daniel Jeremiah's Top 50 - #23
Giants current depth at QB: Daniel Jones, Colt McCoy, Alex Tanney
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah: Love has ideal size, arm strength and athletic ability. He operated out of the 'gun at Utah State and was very fluid and smooth in his setup. He throws from a variety of platforms and arm angles. The ball jumps out of his hand. He is at his best on skinny post drive throws and over-the-top deep balls. His decision making was very concerning this past season. He forced too many balls into crowds and didn't ever give up on a play -- to a fault. His supporting cast wasn't very good, but he still fell into too many bad habits. He uses his athletic ability to escape and extend plays, but there are occasions when he fails to climb and reset his feet. Overall, Love is a raw prospect who will need some time to develop. There is risk with him, but the payoff could be huge.
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NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein: Challenging evaluation for quarterback-needy teams balancing traits and potential against disappointing 2019 tape. Staff turnover and new starters across the offense are partly to blame for his regression, but self-made flaws in process were also concerns. Love's accuracy took a step back, and his delayed reaction from "see it" to "throw it" when making reads is troubling. He has the arm to stick throws into tight windows but needs better eye discipline and anticipation to keep windows open. His size, mobility and arm talent combined with his 2018 flashes could be a winning hand that leads a team into the future or a siren's song of erratic play and unfulfilled potential.
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