2015 NFL Draft: 5 Prospects I’m Not Sold On

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Feb 20, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston speaks to the media at the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

1. Jameis Winston, QB (FSU)

Jameis Winston is hitting a home run with the draft process. He is charismatic and he is saying the right things, but I don’t buy it for a millisecond. Winston has shown a certain level of immaturity that a franchise quarterback cannot have. Off the field there are issues. On the field there are issues.

Winston has a litany of red flags that cover his draft resume. As if being accused of sexual assault, childishly yelling a vulgar phrase in a cafeteria to get attention and stealing crab legs from a grocery store were not bad enough, he has the audacity to tell the cameras that he has learned from his mistakes. People who learn, and truly care about fixing themselves don’t make the same foolish mistakes over and over again.

Then there are the on the field problems. I apparently am the only person who seems bothered by his late delivery, his 18 interceptions and his 17 sacks in one season. He has thrown 28 interceptions in two seasons with NFL talent surrounding him at Florida State.

But go ahead, draft him number one overall Tampa Bay. It amazes me that he seems to be the only draft prospect whose faults and weaknesses are completely overlooked.

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