Summary: Hiller projects as a career backup because he simply lacks the arm strength to drive the ball down the field. Some team will take a chance on him and try to develop him into a starter, but defenses can simply shut him down by challenging his ability to drive the ball down the field. Hiller has a lot of tools a quarterbacks coach can work with, and he might end up being a valuable project, a la Matt Cassell. Hiller's decision-making will probably get worse in the NFL as he will face much tougher defenses with his limited arm.
Player Comparison: Sage Rosenfels. Hiller and Rosenfels lack the arm strength and project as backups.
@uhsfk "someone told me that this would be a good pick" was literally where i stopped. "he could be like zeke in dallas. im not saying hes going to be like zeke in dallas. He should be like zeke in dallas"
Pats weakest position is DT? They haven't allowed a rusher more than 90 yards in 24 games. The rotation of Branch, Brown, and Valentine had been very good this year, and they like PSer Woodrow Hamilton a lot as well.