Mannion is currently leading the nation in passing yards and touchdowns. Yes, the argument against Mannion is that he's in a gimmicky spread offensive at Oregon State, throwing the ball almost 50 times a game. But then again, Mannion has completed 67.1% of those passes, and only three of them were for interceptions. He's always had the physical tools of an NFL QB and his decision-making has greatly improved from previous years. At the beginning of the season, he was seen as a 6th- or 7th-round pick but now, he's a 3rd-round talent with incredible upside.