2. Clayton Tune, Houston
"One option I would like to bring up here is Houston quarterback Clayton Tune. A player who’s seen as a very intriguing late-round pick. Tune had a break-out year last year, over 4,000 passing yards, 40 touchdowns and a team-leading 546 rushing yards. He operates well in rhythm, he has enough arm strength and mobility as a developmental option. I think they could find a lot of intrigue in him,”"
Over his final two seasons at Houston, Tune had 70 touchdown passes and 20 interceptions. In two of his last three collegiate seasons, he ran for five touchdowns and he totaled 12 rushing scores over the three-year span. He has good size (6-foot-2-1/2, 220 pounds), good-enough arm strength and his mobility is solid.
As with any late-round quarterback prospect, there are parts of Tune’s game that are off-key– particularly struggles on the move and under pressure. I’ve called him Jared Goff with more mobility, which might be enough for the Lions to indeed be intrigued by him.