Former SMU standout Courtland Sutton will likely be selected in the first round of next month’s draft to play wide receiver. The 6-foot-3 pass catcher absolutely dominated at the combine earlier this winter and might very well be the best receiver in the draft.
In no way does that mean Sutton doesn’t have other skills. Check out this video of the 22-year-old former Mustang star showing off a ridiculously strong arm.
— Courtland Sutton♠️ (@SuttonCourtland) March 17, 2018
Dude legit just threw the ball 50 yards from his knees. Top quarterback prospect Josh Allen better watch out. He may no longer have the strongest arm in the 2018 NFL Draft. Heck, maybe some team will make Sutton an emergency quarterback in addition to his role as receiver. Because, why the heck not?
Well done, Mr. Sutton.