PFF had a good article on him, they deem him absolutely a franchise QB from a talent standpoint with only a weak arm being the lone knock on him. However, from a health standpoint, there is a lot of risk for whomever takes him. PFF still has him going in the first but an interesting nugget was it will be 4 to 6 months before doctors will know what is going on with his hip and if he'll be given a clean bill of health or not. 4 months is on the low end and right when the draft is. If there is still no word on his health by draft time, would a team risk taking him in the first? For that matter should we risk taking him in the second? To quote PFF: Avascular necrosis of his hip’s ball joint could develop at any time over the next 4-6 months following his injury resulting in the death of that bone. This is a career ending injury if things don't break in Tuas favor and a big risk for any team who drafts him without a clean bill of health.