This is all hypothetical. I was talking about his talent and metrics. Let's just say he was healthy.With a healthy throwing shoulder, perhaps he gets a shot as a QB. But by the end of Crouch's NU career, his arm was shot.
Not knocking his talent, but Crouch took a beating over the course of four years.
Fair enough. I'm just saying Crouch never really developed as a passing QB, and that was due in part to all the arm issues. Maybe he never progresses enough to catch the NFL's eye anyway, but we can never know for sure.This is all hypothetical. I was talking about his talent and metrics. Let's just say he was healthy.
I don't know. I've gone back and watched some old games lately, and while Tommie certainly had strength in that arm, he was a wildly inaccurate passer. Reminded of Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLoosh.I think Tommie Frazier is the more interesting question. Not sure he had the pure arm strength either but he was a decent passer. Of course the health issues, but...
Frost sucked as a passer. Tell me you don't remember him shot putting those passes.Nope. He had a GREAT opportunity with the Rams and he just wasn't interested.
Heisman-winning QB from Nebraska says he misled Martz and Rams about playing receiver. He's currently working on a career in broadcasting.www.stltoday.com
Frost was better suited to be a pro QB than Crouch or Frazier IMO and he had to jump to safety to find a spot on an NFL roster. I see Frost as similar in talent and tools to Tim Tebow and we all know how that went.