2010 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Jevan Snead

  • Nice frame to see over line – adequate bulk
  • Very athletic and can pick up first downs with legs
  • Big time arm
  • Can thread the needle
  • Nice touch and accuracy on deep ball
  • Quick release
  • Solid pocket awareness

  • Poor accuracy
  • Sloppy footwork
  • Hesitates to make decisions
  • Lacks balance as a passer
  • Marginal field vision
  • Throws in tight coverage too often
  • Very inconsistent
  • Lacks passing instincts
  • Stares down primary target
  • Not very good passer on the run
  • Questionable leadership and intangibles
  • Very raw mechanically
  • Average starting experience
  • Doesn’t understanding timing

    Summary: Why Jevan Snead made the decision to go pro makes me dislike him as a prospect even more than I want to because it was such a questionable decision. He had a terrible season (54%, 20 TD, 20 INT) and there was no reason for him to go pro when he could have used another year to improve his passing skills and draft stock. Snead is a developmental project whom some team is likely to gamble on between Rounds 3 and 5.

    Player Comparison: Kyle Boller. I think Snead, like Boller, is going to be a career backup. Boller has great physical tools, but poor mental ones as a passer.


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