I'm probably the last person who could really answer this. But the fact that he has exactly one career interception really intrigues me. It didn't come until his 17th game. I also think he will be highly motivated as he was passed up on by all the Power Five schools except Rutgers and Iowa (offer was for a linebacker position). The one that especially stings for him is his hometown Minnesota Golden Gophers. He has a big arm and can run, like a Steve McNair type.Mike, I'm a complete college idiot. I havent watched a snap since the Leinart/Young bowl. What does Lance do well that you see translating to the next level?
Doug Farrar posted a great piece today that touches on some of your question.
He's a huge wild card in this draft because of the level of competition he has played and COVID. Fields has proven he can do it on a big time stage. The same cannot be said for Lance.
@SMU_Sox - My only hesitation to a full-blown Justin Fields mancrush is what happened at Georgia. Fields couldn't beat out Jake Fromm for the starting job, so he left. Of course he did great in Columbus, but Ohio State is a football factory. That team is absolutely stacked. Fields did really struggle in the Northwestern game when his #1 target Chris Olave was out because of COVID protocol.