Jacob Eason has quickly become one of the top developmental quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft. Eason can become a dominant player if he can find a team to learn with before becoming a starter.
The former Georgia Bulldog and Washington Husky has a great arm and is mobile when he needs to be. The biggest issue with Eason’s game is refinement, but that will come with time under a good coach.
Eason had a good first season with Georgia, earning the starting spot and throwing for 2,430 yards and 16 touchdowns. After his first year, Eason lost the starting role to Jake Fromm in 2017. That occurrence is what sent Eason across the country to take over as quarterback for Washington.
Eason was a stellar acquisition for Washington, throwing for 3,132 yards and 23 touchdowns against only eight interceptions. That great season for the Huskies paired with his clear natural talent was enough to convince Eason to declare for the draft.
With that being said, here are three perfect NFL fits for Jacob Eason.