3 Top prospects the Atlanta Falcons should be scouting in week 4
By Nick Halden
2. Will Levis
While Kentucky quarterback Will Levis might be getting far less attention early this season I believe the closer we get to the draft the more buzz that will build around Levis. His unconventional quarterback style has helped put the Wildcats back on the SEC map and given them a star quarterback they have lacked for much of the last decade.
Levis doesn’t have the track team of receivers that Young or Stroud has on their respective rosters what he does possess is a rare energy and playmaking ability. Whether it is running through a would-be tackler or forcing a deep pass for game-tying score Levis has consistently shown throughout his career he isn’t afraid of the moment of making the big play.
While there are certainly questions when it comes to how his scrambling ability and speed reading the field will hold up at the next level he has shown more than enough to garner NFL scouts’ attention this season.