Analyst Q&A: Breaking Down Florida's Commits Part II
In the last week alone, in moving from #58 to #9 in the Rivals team recruiting rankings, Florida has picked up nine new commitments.
Rivals analysts share their thoughts on each of them in this in-depth breakdown.
In part-two Rob Cassidy, Mike Farrell, Adam Gorney and Woody Wommack discuss Matt Corral, Cameron Williams, Ja'Marr Chase and Taquan Thornton.
What is Florida getting in Corral - pluses and minuses?
Farrell: They are getting a talented quarterback with good size, field vision, a very solid arm and a lot of upside. He can move around when needed, he keeps plays alive and his downfield accuracy is often excellent. As a minus, he hasn't progressed as much from last year to this year as the other five star quarterbacks in many areas.
Gorney: Corral is incredibly smooth in everything he does and for someone who isn't an incredible physical specimen he has a surprisingly strong and accurate arm. He can sit in the pocket and deliver passes, prolong plays by dodging defenders and then finding receivers down the field or really be an asset with his feet picking up yards on the ground. As for minuses, I think he needs to be more accurate into tight throwing windows and sometimes just check down instead of trying to make the big play down the field.
He hasn't performed at a top level at several events this summer, including the Five-Star Challenge. What didn't the staff like about what they saw from him there?
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