Josh Allen: Meets with Jets

Josh Allen first played for Reedley community college, in his hometown in California before eventually getting an offer from Wyoming.

Only a few hours separate the 6-foot-5 prospect and knowing what team he'll be heading to as the 2018 NFL Draft is slated to begin on Thursday at 8:00 p.m. I really enjoyed the coaching staff and I think it would be a really good fit.

It's not just a unique experience for Wilson.

Clearly it's not all on him; playing with lesser talent at Wyoming and in high school the scope for having dropped passes is far higher than in the National Football League, especially considering the fierce velocity with which Allen throws the ball.

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Will it be Allen's name that is called when the Jets submit their selection with the No. 3 overall pick? "And someone I trust, who is very often right and is very well-connected, told me Sunday it's not Allen [for the Browns]".

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Allen might be the draft's most polarizing player, given the fact that his first-round status is built more on physical traits and potential than his on-field production.

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Wyoming athletics director Tom Burman referred to Allen as "this kind of Sidd Finch character". He played in the Pac-12, which Sports Illustrated crowned "the conference of quarterbacks" past year. He could allegedly pitch 168 miles per hour and spent time in Tibet as a yogi. "I think he'd be effective in that quarterback room with Brady, and could serve a goal early on when he's not playing and learning and developing".

All of that has elevated Allen's national profile, but even without it, he would have elevated Wyoming's.

At this point in time, the New York Jets have already held private visits and workouts with every member of the Big 4 at quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft. At this point, it would be a shock if Allen wasn't.

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