Denver Broncos: 2021 NFL Draft sleeper targets at quarterback
Feleipe Franks may have the strongest arm of any quarterback in the 2021 NFL Draft class.
Over the course of his college career, which was split between Florida (3 seasons) and Arkansas (1 season), Franks showed that he can undoubtedly sling the ball downfield with the best of them.
He has not always had the most accurate arm, but there is no question that he can drop dimes downfield and his accuracy improved over the course of his final two collegiate seasons enough that he will almost certainly be drafted.
For the cost of drafting him (likely day three selection), Franks might be the best bang for your buck when it comes to his overall talent level, experience, and consistent improvement.
He went from completing under 60 percent of his passes in his first two seasons with the Florida Gators to completing 68.5 percent of his passes in nine games last season for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
With how much Pat Shurmur likes to get the ball downfield vertically in his offense, Franks might actually be one of the best fits from a scheme perspective if the Denver Broncos are looking for a developmental prospect in the draft.
Combine that arm talent with his mobility and ability to make plays with his legs and you have a guy who is very intriguing come day three of the 2021 NFL Draft.