'24 FL QB Doran “DJ” Moore

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So what makes the difference between dual threat and pro style? Is it simply if the can run?
Dual Threat is a threat running and passing the ball. Pocket Passer standing tall between the tackles and picking you apart. Hooker would be Duel Threat, Peyton Manning is a Pocket Passer.
 
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Not always you can be primarily a pocket passer and still have the ability to run. Duel threat should mean you do both very well. I have seen some that were labeled dual threat when in reality it should have said running quarterback only.
And this changes over time. Dak Prescott was a dual-threat in college. He's a pro-style QB now, who is mobile. You can be a pro-style and still be mobile. Aaron Rodgers another example. Lamar Jackson is a true dual-threat.

They really should make three labels for that. Brady/Manning non-mobile Pro-style. Prescott/Rodgers mobile Pro-style. Jackson/Vick dual-threat.
 
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Not always you can be primarily a pocket passer and still have the ability to run. Duel threat should mean you do both very well. I have seen some that were labeled dual threat when in reality it should have said running quarterback only.
JG was rated a dual threat in high school I believe wasn’t he. He was rated pretty high if my
Memory serves me right.
 

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