The Good: Brennan put up huge numbers during his record-setting college career. He is technically sound in most areas. He has a quick, compact delivery with fine touch and accuracy. He has progressed quickly in all aspects of his game, especially in reading coverages. He has improved his accuracy.
The Bad: Brennan often throws from a sidearm or three-quarters delivery, which could cause plenty of his passes to be deflected. He worked out of the shotgun in his college career and must answer major questions about his pocket presence while learning to play under center. He must improve his footwork to improve his accuracy in the deep game. He isn't particularly big and had merely adequate arm strength.
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