After his legendary season, Joe Burrow has absolutely locked up the No. 1 overall pick, but as in any other draft, there are still many talented players waiting to be chosen by the other 31 NFL teams. One of those players is Oregon's Justin Herbert, who was thought to be a top pick last year before returning to school. After showing off his deep throws in drills, it's clear why Herbert is still highly touted by scouts.
What's most impressive about these throws is the way Herbert seems to lead his receiver, rather than floating the ball and forcing his target to wait for it to drop out of the sky. That will translate well at the next level.
After the Los Angeles Chargers just parted with their long-time gunslinger Philip Rivers, it would make a lot of sense to use their sixth overall pick on another quarterback who can get the ball downfield. They'll be one of several teams vying for Herbert's services.