I did not accuse you of lying. I said you were pulling the claim that Pickett had a third-round grade out of nowhere because I hadn't seen that anywhere. The links you provided do not prove that claim. The very first one of those links I opened had him with a first-round grade. I have seen plenty of others that had him among the top 32 players going into the draft. What you seem to be doing is assuming that Pickett has a third-round grade just because that is where Willis ended up. You assume Pickett must belong down on Willis's level. That is not evidence. That is not lying on your part, but it is faulty logic. I never said that Pickett was a universally top-ranked quarterback, but that still doesn't mean what you think it means. It does not prove that Pickett would have even made it to the Steelers in the second round, much less the third, just because Willis fell so far. They are completely different prospects. Pickett has good enough tools to be a late first-round pick. He also had a season of elite production in a Power 5 Conference. He has a high floor to go along with his talent and production. Willis has the stronger arm, but he has some massive flaws in his game and his college production came at a much lower level in a very simplistic offense. It is probably going to take at least three years to evaluate him properly. That is a long time to wait to figure out if a first-round quarterback has a chance at being your franchise's quarterback. The Steelers aren't going to have to wait that long to figure out what they have in Pickett. He should get his shot to start by 2023, if not this season.