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Who will hold the clipboard longer in the NFL?
Murray is more athletic and has more potential, IMO.
Murray looks like a classier, more put together young man. This leads me to believe he has better penmanship. Murray > McCarron IMHO.
Butch Jones. Who???
I'll take McCarron in the pros over Murray any day.
Is this seriously a question? Look at how horrible Murray has played vs a lot of good teams on his schedule.
Plus he is small and doesn't have a great arm.
McCarron because he will throw it out of bounds instead of throwing it to someone covered by 3 defenders.
I think McCarron has a chance to become a really solid QB...possibly an occasional starter in the league. I'm pretty sure he's hurting pretty bad right now. I don't know what, but rumors abound that he's playing with significant limitations, they're just not disclosing what it is. He has a very strong arm and is really just now maturing as a QB. I expect him back at Bama next year, so he's got one more offseason to take complete control of the team or not. Personally, I'm quite impressed with him. I have no complaints. He's missed some open guys the past couple weeks, but any Bama fan that throws him under the bus never strapped on a helmet and played the game, IMO.
I suppose I didn't address the OP very well. Murray has some potential, but I haven't seen him enough to be honest about it. I'd give measureables and arm to McCarron from what I've seen, though.
I think McCarron will be drafted higher. Beyond that, who knows. Murray has ability, will just need to fine tune quite a bit.
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