One of the top quarterbacks in college football still doesn’t have a clue where he might land in the NFL Draft, and there is at least one team that thinks very low of him.
Back in January, Ohio State signal-caller Justin Fields made the decision to forego his senior season and enter the 2021 Draft.
Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence goes No. 1 overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jets select quarterback Zach Wilson at No. 2, which leaves Mac Jones, Trey Lance and Justin Fields on the board for San Francisco after their blockbuster trade with the Miami Dolphins.
“Justin Fields is all over the place in terms of where teams have placed him on their boards,” Brandt tweeted. “Highest I’ve heard is top 5, lowest: Round 4. My guess is 49ers aren’t moving up for him, but instead Trey Lance.”
In two seasons as Ohio State’s starter, Fields went 20-2, leading the Buckeyes to two consecutive trips to the College Football Playoff. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist in 2019.
Fields completed 68.4 percent of those throws for 5,373 yards, 63 touchdowns and just nine interceptions.
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