Wyoming Quarterback Josh Allen Projected to Drop in First Round
It's been an up and down year for Wyoming Quarterback Josh Allen. But that hasn't dropped him out of the first round of NFL predictions, yet.
According to the latest mock draft put out by Sports Illustrated, Allen has definitely lost some steam from where he was at the beginning of the season. But prognosticators still have him at #10 on the draft board with the possibility of him heading to Arizona.
Now that's a big if, as the publication has him tied to Arizona due to Bruce Arians being head coach of the Cardinals. But with the rumors that Arians may retire at the end of the season, Allen's chance of playing in the desert may go away.
If the real draft follows the mock draft exactly, this would make Josh Allen the third quarterback chosen in the draft. Sam Darnold of USC and Josh Rosen of UCLA are both projected to go ahead of Allen.
Josh Allen has passed for 1588 yards so far in 2017, with 12 touchdowns and six interceptions. Wyoming is 6-3 on the year, and 4-1 in the conference. They are coming off a big win over Colorado State University on November 4th.