I believe the same, if I was his coach I’d spread the receivers out with quick/deep routes and let him sling it. DJs arm is on another level and possible better then TLs but he’s not quick in release and making decisions
DJ's problem at Clemson is the receivers on the roster weren't good enough to catch his passes. They were either too slow, too fast, too tall, too short, had bad hands, or all of the above. If DJ can find a school that has receivers who can get to wherever he throws it right as the ball arrives, catch it, and hold onto it, he'll thrive.
DJ's problem is he has "slow eyes", much like EJ Manuel and so I don't think I see him making it at the next level. When you breakdown his tape he really just can't see the field very well, period. Kid has all the physical talent imaginable, but he'll likely never get over the slow eyes hump. Wish him the best and would love to be wrong but after 2+ years of watching his tape, nothing's changed, so likely won't.
Agreed. You have to be a computer at QB. Super fast decisions have to be made. Brady and Manning could stay in the pocket for 3 seconds and make great decisions and great throws. The game has changed to guys who can move around buying the extra time needed to make throws. DJ has problems getting out of the pocket buying time. I wish him the best and will always be a fan.