Clemson senior QB Cole Stoudt doesn't have great arm strength, but "NFL teams will take accuracy and decision making over raw arm strength any day of the week," wrote CBS Sports' Derek Stephens.
It's Stoudt's time to shine after spending the past three seasons as Tajh Boyd's backup. "Stoudt possesses impressive athleticism for his size with room to add more poundage, and has displayed incredible accuracy with the opportunities he's been given, completing 86 of 119 passes (72.3 completion percentage) with 8 TDs against only one interception," Stephens wrote of the 6-foot-4, 210-pounder. Stoudt is also a threat to escape the pocket and tuck the ball. "What is most impressive about Stoudt though, considering his limited opportunities, is the poise and patience he has displayed, as he's rarely seen panicking, bailing early or forcing throws, opting instead to move through his progressions and take what is available," Stephens wrote. Jul 4 - 2:07 AM