5. Jake Fromm
To say Jake Fromm was a touchdown machine during his time at Georgia would be a huge understatement for the Bulldogs star quarterback, and the numbers will certainly back this claim up.
Right away as a freshman in 2017, Fromm made his presence felt on offense for Georgia after throwing for 24 touchdown passes and just seven interceptions.
During his final two seasons with the Bulldogs, Fromm made it clear he’s ready to take his game to the NFL level by throwing for 5,621 to go along with 54 touchdowns and just 11 interceptions.
Fromm will give numerous teams plenty of reasons to bring him on board during the draft, whether it happens to be his great decision making or ball placement down the field.
But like most quarterbacks, Fromm is also has some concerns heading into the NFL, with lack of arm strength sticking out the most.
Still, as previously mentioned, there are numerous quarterbacks in the NFL that have proven to still be effective without the best arm strength, and if they can pull it off, so can Fromm with the right development.
Even if it took a little time, Fromm still seems like a pick that would be worth it in the long run.