Johnny Manziel has been projected to go anywhere from the first overall pick to not even making the top ten in the 2014 NFL draft.
The former Texas A&M quarterback is a polarizing figure and no-one can quite agree on how good he actually is.
Manziel has come in for his fair share of criticism lately though and today is no different.
Yesterday, it was NFL films producer Greg Cosell having his say on the 'Johnny Football' and it wasn't all good, calling Manziel "undraftable at times."
"He played two games this year, LSU and Missouri. If those were the first two games you put on and watched, you'd say he was almost undraftable," Cosell said to Midday 180.
"He was so bad in those two games, that you'd struggle to figure out, 'Can I even draft this guy?'"
Well it's a new day, and a new negative judgement of the former Aggies man.
This time it's NFL media analyst Charley Casserly having his say on the precocious talent. Speaking to NFL AM, the former personnel executive of the Redskins and Texans said,
"When you watch tape on this guy, there are times I'm not sure what this guy sees. You've got guys wide open and, boom, he takes off and runs," Casserly said.
"He may be a victim of his (own) ability to make plays running the football, so he doesn't stay in the pocket. I'd want to watch tape with him, what are you seeing, why are you running when you don't have to run?"
This is a criticism that has been levelled at the 21 year old before and NFL scouts and coaches will definitely be taking it into consideration come draft time.
Have your say and tell us where you think Manziel will be drafted.