Draft Zone Spotlight: David Blackwell, QB/WR, Bethune-Cookman University
When you think of complete football players, if you don’t have David Blackwell in that list then you missed a player. Blackwell originally signed with Iowa out of school, but would eventually play for Iowa Western a JUCO school. He was a triple threat for the school and would play WR, QB and LB. David rushed 33 times for 188 yards and one TD while throwing for 132 yards and one score for Iowa Western which would eventually land him on Bethune Cookman’s roster in Daytona Beach. David played a couple games last year at QB for Bethune and he was a beast at the helm. He threw for a total of 409 yards with three touchdowns on 22-of-38 passing, with only one interception on the year. Last year David played wide out as well. Keep an eye on this athlete, because he could be a huge asset to some team looking for a dual threat player.
How many teams were recruiting you coming out of high school and how did you make your decision?
I had about 20 offers like LSU, Syracuse, Iowa, UCF, Arkansas, Ole Miss
Who was your favorite NFL team growing up, and did you have a player you rooted for?
It was St. Louis Rams. Player: Torry Holt
At your position, how do you break down film, please inform our readers what you look for when breaking down film?
I peak at pre-snap and post-snap coverage and also look for different techniques and tendencies to determine play.
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