The New England Patriots appear to be the likely landing spot for former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, but that doesn't mean he won't be entertaining his options. "What a great guy and what an example of a player's coach, right". They're bringing Rudolph in for an official predraft visit this weekend.
The New England Patriots nearly certainly will draft a quarterback later this month in preparation for Tom Brady's eventual retirement, and Mason Rudolph's name has come up in that conversation.
If the Patriots were to draft Mason Rudolph, with either the 23 or 31 pick in the draft, it will be seen as a move to eventually replace Tom Brady from behind center.
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"Having traded Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett in the previous year, the Patriots figure to be seeking a new understudy for Tom Brady at the position".
Rudolph is a polarizing prospect due to his history as an Air Raid offense quarterback.
Rudolph is the Cowboys' all-time leading passer having thrown for more than 13,000 yards to go along with 92 touchdowns.
The 2018 NFL Draft is about more than just one position, but it's inevitable for the quarterbacks to emerge as the group garnering the most attention.
"At 6'-5", Rudolph has all the physical traits a team would hope for in identifying a potential franchise quarterback.