Lamar Jackson Louisville

Lamar Jackson Louisville Player Profile

Lamar Jackson Louisville – Quarterback

In this Lamar Jackson Louisville Player Profile, we examine everything I found while watching Lamar Jackson’s tape and his other performances. Additionally, a prospect grade, impressions, and draft value can all be found on this page.

  • Year – Junior
  • Measurables
    • Height: 6’2″
    • Weight: 216 lbs
    • Arm Length: 33.125″
    • Hand Size: 9.5″
  • Combine Results:
    • 40 Yard Dash – N/A
    • Bench Press – N/A
    • Vertical Jump – N/A
    • Broad Jump – N/A
    • 3 Cone Drill – N/A
    • 20 Yard Shuttle – N/A
    • 60 Yard Shuttle – N/A
    • Lamar Jackson decided not to do most of these drills because he was afraid teams would view him as more of a wide receiver than a quarterback.
  • Strengths
    • Mobile
      • Lamar Jackson is best when running.
      • Is the best running quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft.
    • Is very fast.
    • Decent arm strength.
  • Weaknesses
    • Undersized at 6’2″.
    • Not very accurate compared to other quarterbacks in this draft class.
    • Lacks the precision necessary for NFL grade touch passes.
    • Risky ball handling.
      • Tends not to tuck and run, but hold the ball out with his arm.
  • Notable Injury History
    • Nothing of note.
  • Tape Watched
  • Impressions
    • Will not translate well into an NFL system as a quarterback.
    • Would be better suited as a wide receiver or running back with his build and running ability.
    • He’s basically the next Tim Tebow.
    • Did not show his arm strength enough for me to properly evaluate it.
    • Will need major work and to be benched for a few seasons to develop as a passer.
  • Statistics

Lamar Jackson Louisville Draft Predictions

  • Grade
    • 6.4/10.0
  • Projected round
    • The first round.
  • Best Value
    • Between the fourth and fifth round.
  • Probable Target for the Baltimore Ravens?
    • No, The Baltimore Ravens will not target Lamar Jackson. He simply would not fit the offense that Marty┬áMornhinweg runs. There are other quarterbacks in the draft that would be able to adapt to the NFL and the Ravens’ offense better than Lamar Jackson.