He never took that next big step that I expected, but that's the nature of the game sometimes. Stidham's development was hampered by his transfer, I think. If he stayed at Baylor he'd be a day one or two pick. As of now, he's being looked at as a third to fifth round prospect that has the potential to move into the second round with a good combine.
Still, I think his upside is as high as any quarterback not named Dwayne Haskins in the draft. Silky smooth delivery, very accurate. Tends to make good decisions throwing the ball, only had 5 interceptions last year. Production is what kind of killed his stock, he only threw 18 touchdowns. Again, it's something that can be attributed to his development being a bit slowed down. If he's sitting there in the 4th round, I'm extremely tempted. He's the type of guy who you could flip for a second rounder in two years.