This QB prospect is the current favorite to be selected first overall.
Former UCF QB Blake Bortles had a solid Pro Day outing, per reports. Bortles had few incompletions, with the majority occurring on receiver drops or vertical overthrows.
After former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater’s rough Pro Day, Bortles has solidified his status as the top QB prospect.
For the Houston Texans, who control the first overall selection, they’ll have to decide whether they take the UCF signal caller, DE Jadeveon Clowney, or another prospect.
Regardless, Bortles’s Pro Day certainly bolstered his draft stock. His frame (6’5″, 232) and skill-set are impressive, and Wednesday’s outing emphasized this.