Confidence isn't a bad thing in a quarterback, and it's arguably a requirement for the job. But in the eyes of at least one NFL executive, BYU star Zach Wilson might be a bit too willing to take risks.
Speaking with NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the executive said Wilson has "a little bit of Baker Mayfield syndrome, where you like [the edge] to a point."
"It's just whether or not you can control it and toe the line," the anonymous exec said.
This isn't the first time Wilson has been compared to Mayfield, and the BYU star explained in November how he wears a headband in part because of how Mayfield and Oklahoma players sported the look.