Alabama QB Bryce Young is the favorite to be the no. 1 pick in the 2023 NFL draft, but his size, or lack thereof, precedes him. The Ringer’s Ben Solak shares an in-depth film breakdown of how Young’s size defines his play, both good and bad, and how he might fare in the NFL.
An In-Depth Bryce Young Breakdown: How His Size Defines His Play
Solak shares an in-depth film breakdown of how Young’s size defines his play, for both good and bad, and how he might fare in the NFL
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