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Drae Harris played collegiately at California and worked in NFL scouting departments for the Cardinals, Chiefs and Browns. 

Stetson Bennett (5-11 and 190 pounds) entered Georgia as a walk-on and left as as one of the most decorated quarterbacks in the school’s history, winning back-to-back national championships.

Strengths: During his collegiate career, Bennett showed uncanny grit, perseverance and a competitive attitude. Winning is a statistic by which all quarterbacks are measured, and Bennett did a lot of winning at Georgia (29-3 as a starter). 

Bennett displays quick decision making and mental processing with his post-snap reads to quickly get the ball into the hands of playmakers. 

Bennett is good at identifying pressure and passing to the right receiver. He doesn’t have an exceptionally strong arm, so he plays with good timing and has solid accuracy between the numbers.

Weaknesses: He’s 25 years old, the same age as Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson, who already has five years in the NFL. Teams will wonder if Bennett has peaked.

He lacks ideal size and elite arm strength, which scouts notice when he throws deep or must fit the ball into a tight window. As a result, throws outside the numbers from the opposite hash will be challenging for him at the NFL level. 

His smaller stature, paired with average escapability, will be an issue against the bigger, faster defenders in the NFL.

Overall assessment: A team will likely value the intangibles, the competitiveness and overall football character and take a flier on him, but it will be a challenge for Bennett to earn a spot on a 53-man roster. 

He was a good college football player with an amazing story, but if he’s on your roster, you’ll always be looking to upgrade the position with someone younger and with more size, arm strength and better physical traits.

Bennett is comparable to 49ers QB Brock Purdy in terms of stature and arm strength. His skill set is best used in a West Coast-type, timing-based offense that includes moving the pocket. Bennett needs great players around him and an offense that highlights his strengths.

What others say: ESPN’s Jordan Reid wrote: “A surplus of talent at Georgia helped uplift his deficiencies, but he has enough arm strength for the next level. Case Keenum has been a common comparison for him among NFL scouts.”

ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr.: “[We’re] always going to look at that six-foot quarterback and say, ‘If he’s accurate, he’s Drew Brees,’” Kiper said. “So for me, [Fresno State’s] Jake Haener, Stetson Bennett are in that next tier of quarterbacks” below the top tier.

Round prediction: Sixth