Jackson has had one of the most prolific careers as a quarterback at the collegiate level in recent memory. In 2016, as a sophomore, Jackson led Louisville to a 9-4 record en route to winning the Heisman Trophy. Jackson followed up his 2016 campaign, with a third place finish this year in the Heisman voting. Jackson's stats at Louisville have been incredible. In his three combined years as a starter Jackson posted a combined 9043 passing yards, 69 passing touchdowns 4132 rushing yards, 50 rushing touchdowns. Jackson's career also includes forty two school records.


As someone who has covered Lamar Jackson in college, voted for him to win the Heisman Trophy in 2016, I believe an NFL team will give him an opprunity at quarterback. Of the three New York teams, the Bills seem to be the most likely fit. Brandon Beane was on the Carolina Panthers staff when they drafted a mobile, Heisman Trophy winning quarterback in Cam Newton. The Jets have the money to spend in free agency to bring in a veteran, the Giants are likely to go either Rosen or Darnold at number two. What will happen to Lamar Jackson? Let us know below.


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