Johnny Manziel should not go number one in the NFL Draft in May, according to Draft analyst Tony Pauline.
The former Texas A&M quarterback was so impressive in College Football that he received the Heisman Trophy as a freshman.
He has a registered trademark in which he is referred to as 'Johnny Football', and such is his cult status, he is predicted by some to go first overall in May despite some obvious flaws.
The Aggies QB is a dual-threat quarterback who could potentially be even more explosive than Super Bowl XLVIII winning quarterback Russell Wilson.
Unlike Wilson, Manziel will have to go into a locker room without an array of talent around him, and his throwing ability will be pressured earlier and more often than the Seahawks QB.
According to this particular draft analyst, Manziel provides too many forced throws and floaters to be classified as a number one pick overall.
"Broke down a dozen TAMU games & can say I see no justification for taking Johnny Manziel w/1st pick; too many floaters, forced passes, etc," Pauline posted on Twitter.
"I saw a lot of/too many "hurl it up there and hope Mike Evans comes down with it" sort of plays."
Whoever takes Manziel in the NFL Draft in May will be taking a huge gamble. It may be the best gamble that team ever takes, but he could also end up like Tim Tebow.
Whatever happens, we'll keep you posted.