It’s not every day that a 28-year-old player enters the NFL draft, but Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden is certainly bucking the trend.
Last year, Weeden was the quarterback behind top wide receiver prospect Justin Blackmon’s success, so the signal caller certainly deserves a little bit of credit.
Already a number of years older than his counterparts in the draft class, Weeden may have hit his performance ceiling. Scouts must decipher whether or not this field general is done improving.
Thursday, after the Indianapolis Colts informed quarterback Andrew Luck that the Stanford product will be the first overall pick. Almost immediately after, Minnesota Vikings GM Rick Spielman announced that his team has narrowed his options down to three players.