Lamar Jackson Has 'No Shot' at Playing in the NFL, Says ACC Coach
4 monthes ago - By Bleacher Report
Louisville Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson cemented himself as the nation's most dynamic quarterback during a 2016 season that saw him tally 51 total touchdowns en route to capturing the Heisman Trophy, but one ACC coach isn't convinced his electric dual-threat stylings will translate to the NFL.
In a piece penned by Sports Illustrated 's Pete Thamel , the anonymous ACC coach declared that Clemson Tigers signal-caller Deshaun Watson is a superior prospect to Jackson-whom he believes does not have a future playing on Sundays.
"Watson has a chance to be at least as good as [Jameis...
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