I'd give him a solid B if you're evaluating him for the next level. He doesn't go through his progressions well at all. He forces throws at this level that he won't get away with at the next level. He's a great college QB and he played well yesterday but he wasn't "almost perfect" as the other person said. There's a lot of room for growth with him. I'd take him on my team in a second but I'm not grading on a curve. He needs to improve in many areas.He wasn't perfect. What he did to Michigan State last year was damn near perfect (29/31, 400 yards and 6 TDs in the first half). But he was really good regardless, against one of the best secondaries in the country. PSU's defense had something to say about him not getting his usual 4-5 TD passes, but he still took what the defense gave him over the middle and made some terrific throws late when it mattered -- the pass to Egbuka late was the backbreaker, and an NFL throw.
His pocket work still needs improvement, but he evaded some big time pressure situations yesterday (avoiding big sacks) and made some lightning quick decisions in the face of pressure. I'd give him an A- grade on the day.