One positive thing I noticed in Furman game was that DJU was actually checking through his progressions on a number of set pass plays. My recollection of DJU was that he was often fixated on the guy he was going to throw to, telegraphing throws to the defense while often overlooking 2nd and 3rd options that were wide open.
Seeing his head turn two or three times before making a throw was a nice change.
Now if we could get him to stop throwing the ball at the receiver's feet on screen passes...
He threw one that Spector managed to scoop up at his ankles, but by that point the play was busted. Don't think he actually threw one in the dirt, so that is a small improvement.
But it's a screen pass. One that you *know* you're throwing and who you're throwing it to. You know how far away he is. You know you'll be throwing it before any defense is likely to be on you. And yet DJU has a tendency to throw them so low as to usually be uncatchable. I can't fathom that.