The Two New “K’s” At Arizona Are Going To-Shock The NFL!
By Super Scout Max Emfinger
The Observers Who Thought That Kyler Murray (#1) Was Too Short or Too Small, To Play in The NFL, Never Saw Him Play or Probably Would Not Know An Unbelievably Talented Player, With Incredibly Gifted Quarterback Skills, if They Saw One. Murray is Also One Of The Most Gifted and Talented Athletes In History To Play Two Sports In High School and College.
Kyler Murray is Also one of The Best Athletic Dual-Threat College Quarterbacks that I Have Ever Seen, In My 47 Years Of Scouting and Evaluating Football Players in High School, College, and The NFL. Murray Just Has The Unbelievable Athleticism, and there is a reason that he was one of The Most Sought-After Quarterback Recruits in The Country Coming-Out of High School, but he is more than just a Great Athletic Dual-Threat Quarterback, because He has an Incredibly Quick-Release and He Throws Really Impressive Darts past Defensive Backs.
At First, Everyone Thought That The Oklahoma Sooners Quarterback Kyler Murray (5-10, 207, 4.32) was Probably Not Going To Play in The NFL, because he had Already Signed a Multi-Million Dollar Contract Multi-Million Dollar Contract ($4.66M) To-Play Major League Baseball with The Baseball Oakland Athletics, who Drafted him #9 in The 2018 Major League Draft.
“The Baseball Career for Kyler Murray had always had a “Very Defined Path” which included playing Football for The Oklahoma Sooners in 2018, but for only in That 2018 Football Season,” Said his Agent Scott Boras.
The Problem with This “Very Defined Path” for Kyler Murray was that he Was Destined To Become One of The Greatest Quarterbacks To Ever Play Quarterback in College and The Same Might Also be said in The NFL.
When Murray Signed With The Oakland Athletics about a week after The Major League Baseball Draft, he Signed with The Strict Understanding that he was Definitely going to play One More Football Season for The Oklahoma Sooners as The Replacement for The 2017 Heisman Trophy Oklahoma Quarterback Baker Mayfield.
The Kyler Murray Selections also Created a Couple of Firsts as he Became The First Athlete To Get Selected in The First Round in Both The NFL Football Draft and Also The MLB Baseball Draft. The Oklahoma Sooners Also Became The First College To Have Two Players From The Same Position Selected As The First Overall Selection in Back-To-Back NFL Drafts.