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  1. 6" 4' Pocket Passer with a strong arm. Not much of an athlete. Nice base and can make pretty much any throw. Pros: Strong is an average athlete with regard to mobility outside of the pocket. In the run game, he isn't much of a threat to the defense as a runner. Therefore, running many of the zone-read concepts with him would be problematic. The passing game is where he thrives. He’s more of a traditional pocket passer with very good arm strength and throws with a good base. He has the mental processing to make quick decisions. Nevada’s offense provides many opportunities for him to display his downfield accuracy. He has a good internal timer and he innately feels pressure on the backside. He has a quick release and easily gets the ball out of his hands from the gun to short throws. He goes through his progressions and will check it down when necessary. One of his best assets is his ability to take care of the football. Some of his turnovers in the exposures I’ve graded were situations where his receivers let him down. Cons: He’s not an elite athlete, but he’s shown subtle movements within the pocket to avoid the rush. He could afford to have better ball placement in the red zone and in deep ball situations down the field. Nevada’s offense calls for some big-play shots down the field, so being judicious in this regard should continue to be beneficial to this player. https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/carson-strong
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