If you look back at the last season a person certainly make the argument that light went on for Ole Miss Rebels NFL prospect Jevan Snead. Not only did he lead them to a good win against Florida and a big bowl win over Texas Tech he improved along the way. Throughout the first 7 games he threw 10 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. But over the last 6 games including tough ones against Texas Tech and LSU he passed for 16 touchdowns and just 3 interceptions. So as you can imagine people are high on Ole Miss Rebels NFL prospect Jevan Snead.
In the offseason there was people around the scout business already comparing Ole Miss Rebels NFL prospect Jevan Snead to guys like Matt Stafford and Jay Cutler. That’s a tall order but at this point in his career he is already putting up better numbers than those guys were and at least in Matt Stafford’s case he has more talent on his team. With guys like Dexter McCluster improving around him expect a big season from this young player and his team.
The things that Ole Miss Rebels NFL prospect Jevan Snead improved up during the season last year are things that pro teams are gonna look at on film. The way that he increased his accuracy and limited mistakes is huge in the eyes of professional scouts. When they go to look at potential quarterback prospects they look at arm strength, the ability to make all the throws, mechanics, accuracy and game management. Last year Ole Miss Rebels quarterback Jevan Snead improved his stock as a NFL prospect by improving in almost all of those areas.