and maybe as low as the sixth. His decision making is being questioned, and rightfully so. When he's on, he's great, but when he's not, he can be terrible. He has always struggled with the intermediate throws as well. Go back and look how few times he'd hit his target, in stride, on the short throws, esp the WR screens. I see him as a career backup, and there's no shame in that. Coming back for his senior season, in hindsight, was a huge mistake financially, for him. Cost him a lot of money. Maybe he can use this as motivation and tear it up at the combine. The combine is where Nuk went from a second rounder to a sure fire first rounder.