What five NFL teams make the most sense for 2020 NFL Draft prospect Jordan Love?
Earlier this week, Utah State quarterback Jordan Love officially declared for the 2020 NFL Draft. The declaration came as a bit of a surprise, as there were rumors swirling that Love was looking at a potential graduate transfer.
Analysts are torn on Love right now with him declaring. Some want to see him go back to school to refine his game, while others believe next year’s quarterback crop could push him down the board no matter how much better he gets.
As a prospect, he’s a curious case. The tools are absolutely off the charts. He has a fantastic arm and has great flashes of accuracy on tape. He has the ability to fit the ball into tight windows with the fastball and can drop the ball in the bucket with touch. Love also can make plays on the run without losing any arm strength or accuracy, and can make throws off-platform.
The main concern for Love is his ability to process and understanding coverages on the defense. He has thrown bad interceptions because he blindly goes to the first read and sometimes doesn’t see linebackers undercut routes.
Those concerns make Jordan Love a project right now, but he has unquestionably high upside. What teams need to think about when considering drafting Love is that he needs to sit for at least a season to develop and read defenses.
There are a few teams who could draft Love and sit him for an entire season without throwing him into the fire early. Here are five team fits for Love.