Dallas Cowboys Running back Micah Parsons isn’t sold on quarterback Anthony Richardson.
Despite concerns about his experience leading up to draft night, Richardson was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the No. 4 overall pick.
Parsons was among those who questioned the decision.
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«I don’t necessarily love the pick,» he said during Bleacher Report’s live coverage of the draft.
«I think Justin Fields and the jalen hurts and those guys made this election more valuable than it was. You know, that leg threat and what’s going on in the league right now: guys who are going to be more able to evade.»
He continued: «I think this is a reactionary election. I don’t see, no other year I think I would see an election like this.»
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Richardson put up modest numbers in his only year as Florida starter. He completed 53.8% of his passes for 2,549 yards, with 17 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He also rushed for 654 yards and nine scores.
«Just lack of experience,» Parsons explained. «He hasn’t had several years as a starter and this year wasn’t like an absurd dominance, where it was like a Joe Burrow year.»
«I’m not necessarily excited, but you can always prove me wrong.»
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Richardson’s athleticism and willingness to learn could make him a good fit in Indianapolis.
This will be the seventh consecutive season the Colts have used a different starter on opening day, and last season they went through three starters in 17 games.
Associated Press contributed to this report.