At times during the 2012 football season, West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith generated statistics that look like your average Pro Day workout.
On Thursday, Smith generated statistics that look like your average Pro Day workout.
Per multiple reports, Smith completed 60 of 64 passes to the likes of Tavon Austin and Steadman Bailey.
Of course, failure to complete a high percentage of throws when not facing a live defense (or any defense) would be a major red flag. Still, there’s pressure in these settings, and Smith thrived.
He also drew raves from the likes of ESPN’s Ron Jaworski, and it’s now becoming more and more likely that folks in the top 10 who have been swearing they won’t order cheesecake have asked to take a closer look at the dessert cart.