2017 NFL Free Agency Analytics Profiles: Geno Smith

2017 Free Agency Profiles

Geno Smith

Quarterback

Team New York Jets
Age (On Draft Day) 22.56
Height 6-2
Weight 218
Hand Size 9.25
TDINT+Comp%+SOS Percentile Score 98.07
High School TDINT+Comp%

Percentile Score

83.13
Best Total QB Stat Score 17.51

 

Prospect CHECKLIST

Yes All-Pro and Pro Bowl Age: 23 or less 100% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl QBs since the 1983 NFL Draft Class were at most 23.42 on Draft Day.
 Yes Long-term Starter Age: 24 or less 100% of 64 Start or more Quarterbacks since the 1983 NFL Draft Class were at most 24.19 on Draft Day
 Yes All-Pro and Pro Bowl Hand Size: 9-Inches 94% of Multiple All-Pro and Pro Bowl QBs since the 1998 NFL Draft Class had at least 9-Inch Hand Size
 Yes All-Pro Production Percentile: 91.4 100% of Multiple All-Pro Quarterbacks Since the 1961 NFL Draft Class scored a production score of 91.4 or Higher comparing TD/INT ratio, Completion% and SOS combined
 Yes Pro Bowl Production Percentile: 75.96 100% of Multiple Pro Bowl Quarterbacks Since the 1961 NFL Draft Class scored a production score of 75.96 or Higher comparing TD/INT ratio, Completion% and SOS combined
 Yes Long-term Starter Production Percentile: 26.64 100% of 64 Start or more Quarterbacks Since the 1961 NFL Draft Class scored a production score of 26.64 or Higher comparing TD/INT ratio, Completion% and SOS combined
 Yes Long-term Starter High School Production Percentile: 69 100% of 64 Start or more Quarterbacks Since the 2007 NFL Draft Class scored a production score of 69 or Higher comparing TD/INT and Completion%

Metric Recommendation: Geno Smith had a rough time in New York, but his indicators from high school to college are strong enough to ponder improvement. You should pay him what he put out as a starter. However, the right team could unlock a lot of upside if he can gain his confidence back. The minute he entered the draft, the NFL immediately took him down a peg. And at a position like quarterback, it’s hard to find the room to grow confidence after being hit with some sledgehammer hundreds of times a year.

 

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