Saints, UDFA. Tulane: Very good height and adequate bulk. Average hand size.
Positives: Consistently nice touch and accuracy on fade routes. Adequate velocity. Solid footwork. Sets up fairly quickly on dropback. Steps up in pocket when under pressure.
Negatives: Eyeballs consistently. Zipcode accuracy. A little slow to pull the trigger. Slow speed. Poor quickness and overall athleticism. Injured shoulder in September 2012 and missed a few games. Passes wobble a bit.
Projection: Will probably make the team as their third QB and has a future as Drew Brees’s backup in 2014. He won’t be Brees’s eventual replacement, though, and will probably bounce from active roster to practice squad and back for the first year. No need to draft, but maybe pick him up if Seneca Wallace — the current number-two there — gets hurt or falters.