Will Trubisky’s lack of experience limit his fantasy potential?

The UNC QB comes into the NFL with very little college experience, and Michael Moore says not many have thrived with so little.

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(Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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Will Trubisky’s lack of experience limit his fantasy potential?


It started with a tweet — a shot across the bow from a former NFL receiver about one of the most talked about quarterback prospects of this draft class.

Roddy White questioned how good prospect Mitch Trubisky could be with only 13 starts under his belt, despite the stellar numbers he put up during that time. It was a fair question even though Trubisky checks in at 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, is mobile, and has a strong arm. In his only season as a starter, Trubisky averaged over 300 passing yards a game and totaled 35 touchdowns, including 30 through the air. If Trubisky is drafted in the first round, it’s a huge commitment from the drafting team based on very little real-world evidence.

during a game  at Hard Rock Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Miami Gardens, Florida.

So was there any truth to White’s tweet? How much experience do fantasy’s top quarterbacks typically have in college before being drafted?

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Michael Moore has written for PFF Fantasy since 2013, focusing primarily on dynasty content. He’s also hosted the PFF Fantasy Slant Podcast since 2014.

  • a57se

    This guy will have trouble being active for NFL games next season and you guys are writing about his fantasy potential??? Yikes.

  • Jcool

    Looking like he will be more 6’1″ then 6’3″.