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Bo Nix

Oregon

Bo Nix

HT:

6020

WT:

213

YR:

SR

POS:

QB

OVR RK

45

POS RK

CEILING POTENTIAL

6

Mid-Level Starter Potential

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT

Bo Nix is best described as a mobile pocket passer with the ability to extend plays and make throws off-script. His improvisational skills, combined with a strong arm and good accuracy, make him a threat in various offensive schemes, particularly those that value mobility and off-script creativity. Nix's fit seems most natural in systems that employ RPOs (Run-Pass Options), spread concepts, or schemes that allow for quarterback mobility.

SCOUTING REPORT

Bo Nix possesses a good blend of pocket presence and improvisational ability. Like J.J. McCarthy, Nix has a knack for making the clutch play in key moments. His improvement in mechanics and decision-making is why NFL teams are considering him a first-round talent. While I do not consider Nix to be a transcendent type of talent, he can be an adequate NFL-level starter in the right system.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

Strong Arm

Good Improv Skills

Mobility

KEY WEAKNESSES

Inconsistent Accuracy

Refine Footwork

Trust The Pocket

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Jalen Hurts

Tim Tebow

Taysom Hill

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