Jan 25, 2014; Mobile, AL, USA; North squad quarterback Logan Thomas of Virginia Tech (3) throws against the South squad during the first half of a game at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Draft 2014: Teams grade on Logan Thomas varies from second to fifth round

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Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas had an up and down week in Mobile, Alabama during the 2014 Senior Bowl, but there are still plenty of teams that are interested in the signal-caller leading up to this year’s draft.

NFL teams reportedly vary on their evaluation of Thomas, with draft grades ranging from the second to fifth-round.

However, teams are expected to fall in love with his physical tools and select Thomas as a developmental quarterback for the future.

“I get the idea there’s a general feeling teams really wanting to like Thomas,” NFL Draft guru Tony Pauline wrote. “He has the physical skills teams desire and many point to constant coordinator changes at Virginia Tech as a major problem in the development of Thomas.”

Thomas’ accuracy is all over the place and he has the tendency to collapse under pressure, but with some quality coaching he could develop into a serviceable signal-caller at the next level.

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