A lot of draft experts are really high on Will Levis. I’m not entirely sure why and I’m not as high on him but he does have some qualities that could translate into him being a good NFL quarterback.
Levis is accurate, completing 65 percent of his passes over four years, and he’s athletic — although he didn’t show that in 2022. He rushed for 376 yards and nine touchdowns in 2021 but his rushing prowess disappeared in 2022.
But he has potential and that’s why NFL scouts love him.
The strong-armed Levis had over 5,200 yards and 53 touchdowns over his two-year Kentucky career after transferring in from Penn State but he did have an interception problem, throwing 23 of them.
If he can clean up those interceptions, Washington will get a really solid quarterback here to compete with Sam Howell for the starting job next year.