Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm just led the No. 3 Bulldogs over No. 7 Notre Dame, completing 20 of 26 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown. He has fought off two high-profile challengers the past two seasons to keep his job. If he declares for the 2020 NFL draft, could he be a first-round pick?
That's what ESPN NFL draft experts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay were asked to break down. Check out their thoughts on Fromm -- and their draft board risers and under-the-radar prospects to keep an eye on -- below:
Could Fromm be a first-round pick?
Kiper: The short answer is yes -- Fromm absolutely could be a first-rounder in 2020 or 2021. But we don't like short answers. Right, Todd?
McShay: No, we really don't. Fromm has grown on me. After his freshman season in 2017, when he came so close to leading Georgia to a national title, I really didn't have a great feel for him yet. I needed to see more reps. Now? He's No. 36 in my rankings, and he could still climb.