Why you should be excited about fourth-round pick Joshua Dobbs:
-He's another player who was productive in a power conference (Tennessee of the SEC). Dobbs 6-foot33/8, 216 pounds) completed 63 percent of his passes for 2,946 yards and 27 touchdowns (with 12 interceptions) in 2016 at Tennessee. He also rushed for 2,160 yards and 32 touchdowns and averaged 4.9 yards per carry in his four-year college (two as a starter). Dobb's 7,138 career passing yards rank second to Peyton Manning at the school, and Dobbs' 3,781 yards of total offense in 2016 fell 9 shy of Manning's single-seeason mark at Tennessee.
-Dobbs' academic pursuits included aerospace engineering and he had an internship in 2015 that involved working on the design engines for fighter jets.
-Handling a huddle and other such tasks shouldn't be an issue, Dane Brugler's 2017 NFL Draft Guide described Dobbs as "a very clean football player off the field with leadership and intangibles that will appeal to NFL teams."
-Coming from a spread offense Dobbs is considered a developmental quarterback, but he has a big arm. NFL Network and NFL.com analyst Mike Mayock compared Dobbs to former Steelers quarterback Joe Gilliam in that regard.