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Trevor Lawrence scouting report: “He has high-end potential to become one of the NFL’s best passers”

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Matt Miller over at TheDraftScout.com isn’t mincing words about Trevor Lawrence — he thinks he’s an elite prospect possessing all the tools of a franchise quarterback.

The only question: Will the Jacksonville Jaguars pull the trigger on making the him the No. 1 overall draft pick in the 2021 NFL Draft?

Miller seems to think so on his latest scouting report for Lawrence:

Strengths: Lawrence is an elite prospect possessing all the tools of a franchise quarterback with high-end potential to become one of the NFL’s best passers. He’s physically gifted with a 6’6” frame that could add more bulk and weight as time passes. He’s athletic enough to be a threat on designed runs and when the pocket breaks down; showing mobility that makes him a creator on the move. Lawrence has enough arm strength to press defenses and reach every area of the field with his arm.

Weaknesses: 2019 tape showed issues with ball placement outside the hashes. Can get stuck with his feet in the mud in the pocket and lock too long onto his first read.

Read more about Trevor Lawrence here — including additional strengths, weaknesses, his NFL comparison, and more.