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April 26, 2023 12:30 pm ET

Despite winning back-to-back national championships and being a candidate for the Heisman Trophy, former Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett faces the possibility of going undrafted in the NFL draft.

According to FanDuel, prospects are not looking great for the 25-year-old quarterback. The the odds of Bennett going undrafted are plus-100.

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But when have the odds ever been in Bennett’s favor? The undersized quarterback was told he’d never play at Georgia, but look what he did. Now, he’s being told he may never play in the pros.

Below is a compilation of what NFL executives, scouts and coaches are saying about Stetson Bennett ahead of the 2023 NFL draft, per NFL.com:

One NFC executive admires his mindset

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“He’s done some dumb s—. But you kind of like (him),” an NFC executive said. “He’s like, You know what? F— it, here you go. Go ahead and not draft me or take me late and piss me off some more. But he doesn’t even look at like it like he’s got a chip on his shoulder. I just think I’m better than you — he’s talked himself into that.

And you can poke holes in him all you want — he’s bigger than Bryce Young. He won more games than Bryce. I know he’s older, but he’s a sharp guy, can make plays with his feet and, at the same time, can make plays with his arm. Does he have a big arm? No. But he’s good enough. He’s tough as hell.”

An AFC coordinator does not like Bennett’s body language

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“He’s a talented thrower, man,” an AFC coordinator said. “He’s competitive. He’s got the ability to make all the throws. He’s a playmaker. He’s accurate. He has a high football IQ.

He’s just undersized. You see bad body language. He has a super-high opinion of himself. He’s talented, but is he going to be one of those dudes that sits behind just thinking he’s better than everyone else?”

An AFC scout calls him a wild card

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“Wildly talented gamer that just can’t reel it in,” an AFC scout said. “He lives the life. He’s the starting quarterback. You can’t knock the ability and the talent he has.

But at that position, when you have to be such a CEO, a figurehead, do all the right things — he’s just a true wild card.”

An AFC QBs coach questions his arm talent

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“Obviously, I’ve got a ton of respect for what he’s done. He’s a different dude. He carries himself like he’s got two national championships, and he does. He’s going to walk into a building, it’s like, OK, congratulations — that’s really awesome what you did in college. But none of that matters anymore. What is it that’s going to translate?

Now, I do think he’s smart, I think he sees it and he’s a good athlete. I question just overall arm talent a little bit. If he can come in and do everything he’s got to do and it matters to him to the point he’s going to embrace fighting it out to be a backup, which is the reality, and having to just slug it out for a year or two and hope for an opportunity. … If he’s wired enough to do that, then he’s going to have a chance.

He’s real small — Bryce Young small. So he’s got to overcome some stuff. But it’s about winning. He’s shown he can win. He had a lot around him, but you’ve still got to make the plays, and he did.”

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