Former Cal quarterback Jared Goff elected to forego his senior year in Berkeley and enter the 2016 NFL Draft.
The 21-year old recently explained to Peter King of MMQB why he's confident he will excel at the next level.
“I think my accuracy is as good as it gets at this level,” Goff said. “I think my pocket presence and my ability to extend plays speak for themselves."
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Many mock drafts have Goff going No. 2 overall to the Browns.
The fact that Cleveland hasn't made the playoffs since 2002 doesn't matter to Goff.
"I’m not worried about it,” he said. “I’m excited about it. Whatever team I go to, I’ll be excited to go. I want to be the future of a franchise. I think I can be a guy who can make an impact right away.”
It's possible that two other quarterbacks -- Carson Wentz and Paxton Lynch -- could be selected before Goff.
NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock ranks Wentz as the top quarterback prospect.
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"For the record- think Goff is most polished QB and love his tape..Ranked Wentz 1 cause think he could be special by year 3," Mayock tweeted last week.
Regardless of where Goff ends up, he believes in himself.
"I’m confident I’ll be the best quarterback in the draft."