Will Levis

QB

Kentucky

Will Levis

HT:

WT:

YR:

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OVR RK

12

POS RK

3

FINAL GRADE

6.9

6030

232

SR

7

CEILING

7

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE AND SCHEME FIT

Pro Spread

PASS GAME ANALYSIS

In the passing game, Levis might be the most creative of the top-rated QB's in the 2023 class. His ability to keep a play alive with his legs is an area that NFL scouts and GM's will fall in love with as he possesses the toolsy style of play of today's top young NFL QB's. He has a big arm; he can throw off platform, and he can throw from different arm slots. An area where he is noticeably ahead of a guy like Josh Allen while he was in college is his ability to change his throw pace as needed. Levis can hit a throw at any level with good accuracy. Levis will need to work on his anticipatory throws in 2022.

RUN GAME ANALYSIS

As a runner, Levis is a tank who will take on LB's, which is why he draws comparisons to Josh Allen. He does a great job recognizing coverage and open running lanes and will not hesitate to take the quick 5-10 yards when a defense offers it up. Once in the NFL, he will want to do less taking on LB's head to head and will need to do more keeping plays alive to make a throw if he is going to stay upright.

FINAL REPORT

Will Levis has the size and is built similarly to Josh Allen while possessing a cannon for an arm. Levis is also an outstanding athlete that can extend plays and keep a drive alive with his legs. Will Levis will start the 2022 season with a Developmental grade while possessing an Instant Impact ceiling.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

Arm Strength

Mobility

Mechanics

KEY WEAKNESSES

Awareness

Anticipation

Ball Placement

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Josh Allen

Ben Roethlisberger

Carson Wentz

KEY POSITIONAL FACTOR GRADES

Accuracy (Above Average)

Awareness (Above Average)

Arm Talent (Very Good)

KNOWN INJURIES