Speaking of Fromm, there is something he needs to improve on this offseason. Take a look at his final passing chart.
He’s definitely got some work to do on his throwing to the right side of the field. I don’t know if it’s a physical or a mental issue (I would guess the former), but there’s little doubt he’s more comfortable throwing across his body, based on those stats.
The other informative stat from the linked piece is this:
The Georgia offensive line definitely played a role in Fromm’s success. He was pressured on just 27.4 percent of his total drop backs, and had a pressure rate under 20 percent in seven different games.
Can you imagine how Eason’s freshman season might have gone with that kind of protection? Or Aaron Murray’s career?