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Will Levis



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189 FPTS

RANK: 32


23 yrs


/ lbs




Slide ends in Tennessee

Latest Headline: Published 2023-04-28

The Titans selected Levis in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 33rd overall.

Levis' long slide out of the first round came to an end early in Round 2 as the Titans moved up via a trade with the Cardinals to make the pick. Though the notion of Levis going first overall never seemed plausible, there was some sense he would be a top-10 pick at the very least. Levis has plenty of pluses and minuses to his game. On the one hand, Levis has a big frame (6-foot-4, 229 pounds) with solid mobility to go with a powerful throwing arm. On the other, Levis is still very raw for a player his age. He will turn 24 before his rookie season and it took him until his fourth year in college and a transfer out of Penn State in order to win a starting job. Levis had strong statistics in his first year at Kentucky with 24 passing touchdowns and nine rushing scores. He played through bumps and bruises in 2022 and the production suffered, especially in the rushing category. There was concern regarding a lingering toe issue that may have fueled his slide out of the first round. Now in Tennessee, Levis projects to compete with 2022 third-round pick Malik Willis for the right to back up Ryan Tannehill before possibly challenging for the starting role in his second year.

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*"Air" yards thrown per completion. Pass was "Catch"able. Percent of passes thrown "20yds+" that were completed. "Play" action pass percent of total pass plays.

Heading to NFL

Latest Headline: Published 2023-01-04

Levis announced Dec. 7 via his personal Twitter account that he will forgo his remaining eligibility at Kentucky to enter the 2023 NFL Draft.

A look at Levis' statistics, especially from this past season, may not suggest that he's an obvious first-round talent. And yet, it's likely that Levis will be among the first quarterbacks taken in April. Levis completed 65.7 percent of his passes for 8.2 yards per attempt and a 42:23 TD:INT in two seasons as a starter at Kentucky after transferring in from Penn State. The interceptions are an issue, but it's fair to point out that he didn't have the receiving talent around him that the likes of fellow first-round quarterback prospects Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud had, and the offensive line was an issue in 2022. Levis ran for over 200 yards in each of his first three collegiate seasons but was dinged up as a senior and he ended with minus-103 rushing yards, a total that includes yardage lost on sacks. While his statistics aren't otherworldly, Levis is an experienced player with a good frame (6-foot-3, 232 pounds), a strong arm and good functional mobility when healthy. He has a wide range of outcomes in terms of his draft stock, but Levis could ultimately be a top-15 pick for better or for worse.

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