Arizona State senior QB Taylor Kelly is "athletic, instinctive, a gifted passer" according to Rob Rang of CBS Sports.
Kelly threw for 3,635 yards on a school record 67.1% completions to go with 28 touchdowns and just 11 interceptions in 2013, earning Second Team All-Pac-12 honors. He also ran for 823 yards -- excluding sacks -- and scored nine rushing TDs. "Kelly has a slim build, especially in his lower half, which will raise concerns about his ability to stand up to pressure in the NFL, despite the fact that he's proven durable throughout his collegiate career," Rang wrote. "He has a quick set-up and release but is allowed to simply flick passes without stepping into them based on the quick tempo of this read-option attack. When he steps into his throws, Kelly can deliver passes with impressive velocity. When he doesn't, however, too many of Kelly's passes flutter. Kelly's ball placement, especially on intermediate and deep passes with low trajectory, is inconsistent, though he does show good touch." The 6-foot-2, 205-pound senior runs a 4.84 forty.