I've watched all the games that he's played, starting from the national championship. What I see from him is a guy who isn't trying to throw it 20 yards every play, or is trying to run every play as a primary option. He is such a poised passer and by extension, such an effective runner. I don't think that I've seen a guy in college as perfect a passer as this guy and when he decides to go to the NFL, he will be the best QB in the class. His accuracy is so on point, and he doesn't dance around in the pocket if he doesn't need to (like half the high profile QBs do). His value might also take a bit of a hit if he and Hurts continue to split 70, 30 over the season, which could be beneficial for a team drafting lower. Can I hope he makes it to New England? I can't say I know his personality, but he's perceived to have a "magnetic personality" but is a quiet leader. I haven't wanted to have a guy like this on the Patriots for a while, but this guy is the next true superstar QB in the NFL (not just for one season, but for his career). Thoughts? EDIT: Forgot to mention, but I see him as far more appealing since he is spreading the ball a ton to different WRs, which is a skill that bodes well in the NFL. He doesn't target a #1 WR 15 times a game, and while the Alabama WRs are very talented, it reflects well on Tua that he can spread the ball out so much. Also, I feel the need to mention that the sample size I am basing this off on is small, and that we haven't got to Bama's most difficult games this season yet.