If former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray enters the NFL Draft, it sounds like he’s most likely to go late in the first round.

NFL reporter Benjamin Allbright reported Friday that most NFL evaluators found it unlikely that Murray would be atop 20 pick, but expected that someone would make a move for him late in the first round of the draft.

Murray’s situation sounds similar to Lamar Jackson’s last year. Jackson had doubters as a quarterback, but he ended up selected with the last pick of the first round and ultimately started at quarterback for a playoff team.