Dad of the Year Writes NFL Scouting Report for Infant Son

His technique is still very raw.

Right now I’d characterize him as a “scrappy, gym rat” but he is going to be putting on a lot of mass during the the offseason.

He has a hard time seeing the whole field and going through his progressions because his neck doesn’t fully support his head. Trainers aren’t worried. Cannot currently make all NFL throws.

Good, loud hard count, strong cadence, can be heard from many rooms away.

System guy, has been coddled thus far in his career. Will need coaching up. But has some experience taking snaps from center. Mother forbids him line up in the gun for the time being.

Poor footwork, has yet to take first steps so his drop backs are rough. Not a mobile QB, definitely won’t blow anyone away with his speed.

Impressive eye discipline. Looks off his mother (in-house safety) before peeing directly on her.

Film junkie. Will watch film all night if his dad forgets to move him from in front of the computer.

Durable. No injury history whatsoever.

Questions about his mental toughness. Can whine about teammates. Has yet to show true leadership skills. No off the field trouble to speak of but immaturity is definitely a concern.

If he declared today I’d consider him a late round prospect purely for his high upside. Recommend holding off and continuing to develop before foregoing eligibility.

Source: REDDIT

You know somewhere there is a coach looking at this report and thinking that Papa Scout needs to get hired. This dude whipped up a report in five minutes that is probably ten times more interesting to read than all the poorly-written drivel NFL coaches have to read about the party antics of up and coming football stars.

It may be a while until this kid is in the NFL, but doesn’t mean it’s not worth seeing a game in person. You can get the cheapest NFL tickets on TickPick, the no-fee ticket marketplace.

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