Coming off a solid 2012 campaign, Arkansas' Tyler Wilson is slated to become one of the first quarterbacks taken in April's draft.
According to Mel Kiper, his future team could be reaping some serious benefits.
Kiper, ESPN's resident draft guru, told Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com that Wilson reminds him of Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame signal-caller Jim Kelly.
“Tyler Wilson going into the year you thought could be a first round pick, and now more of a second or third rounder,” said Kiper. ”A kid that can throw the football. Tough, a guy that looks down that gun barrel and makes a lot of throws. When the pressure is on him he showed he is tough and would hang in there and make some nice, accurate throws. As tough as they come. Has the toughness of a linebacker.
“We all remember Jim Kelly when he came out of Miami he was recruited as a linebacker at Penn State. It’s a guy with an NFL arm and tremendous toughness. Under the previous coaching staff and with the talent around...