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QB Nick Mullens

Per Matt Maiocco

Sorry I'm ridiculously slow. Mods can delete this if they feel necessary.
[ Edited by English on Nov 6, 2017 at 8:51 AM ]
  • Jiks
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Bust
A camp arm. But Barkley be ware.
Originally posted by Jiks:
Bust

How can you even bust when you're undrafted?


Each one of those represents a QB...
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Originally posted by awp8912:


Each one of those represents a QB...

Or a self portrait?
On the smaller side but he's a tough SOB.





1. Nick Mullens, Southern Miss

Who is the returning quarterback with the highest PFF passing grade in 2015? It is actually not Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield or Clemson's Deshaun Watson, but Southern Miss' Nick Mullens. Last year he was able to build on a promising sophomore season and finished tied for fourth in the nation with 38 touchdown passes. While this number may experience a drop due to the departure of Mullens' top two targets, his adjusted completion percentage of 77.6 shows that his 2015 performance was not only because of his electric wide receivers. Another strength of the Southern Miss quarterback is his deep ball, as last year he was accurate on 52.7 percent of his passes that traveled 20 or more yards, which is good for third among returning passers.

The Golden Eagles offense is expected to rely on Mullens more than ever in his senior season, especially with the departure of Thomas. However, this also provides a big opportunity for the signal-caller to demonstrate to scouts how he can lead an offense with less experience around him. The senior quarterback's biggest challenge will come on Oct. 15 against LSU, when he can showcase his talent in Tiger Stadium while facing one of the best pass-rushing units in college football. A strong performance against the Tigers would certainly put Mullens on the map for good.




10. Nick Mullens, Southern Miss
No one is going to mistake Mullens' arm for that of former Southern Miss passer Brett Favre. However, he's had a lot of success delivering balls from the pocket over the past couple of seasons. Mullens will read through his progressions, starting downfield and going to the check-downs if necessary. You can't teach that sort of patience and willingness to find receivers at all levels of the field. Some scouts will bemoan his average throwing velocity, but others might take his ability to play under fire as a sign of intriguing potential.
Yes!!! He's from my alma mater Southern Miss.

We were chit until he arrived. Our best QB since Brett Favre.
Did he play on Friday?
f**k YEA!! THE STEAL OF THE OFF-SEASON!!!! dont sleep on this guy
[ Edited by D0PEMAN on Aug 13, 2017 at 4:45 PM ]

Barkley on his way out soon?
Originally posted by NorthBay49er:
Did he play on Friday?
nope
Thanks guys . Hope we get to see a qtr for him. Probably depends on how much of the playbook he knows.
Originally posted by pasodoc9er:
Thanks guys . Hope we get to see a qtr for him. Probably depends on how much of the playbook he knows.
i heard he hasn't received a chance to look at the playbook.

he's being used as one of these since york took them out of the budget

He's so good that the 49ers don't want to put him on display so another team won't have a chance to put him on their roster. He's the answer.
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