Two days and three rounds have passed in the NFL Draft, and Aaron Murray has yet to be drafted. The Georgia quarterback wasn’t expected to be a high pick, but many thought there was a chance he could go in the third round.
The fourth round of the draft begins Saturday at 12 p.m. E.T. Former Miami Dolphin and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino thinks the team that decides to pull the trigger on Murray will be getting a very good player.
Look out for Aaron Murray, still recovering from a major injury but could be a gem in the late rounds. #QBDraft
— Dan Marino (@DanMarino) May 9, 2014
Murray is coming off a productive senior season, but he had a serious knee injury that has likely scared some teams away. He’s not the only notable quarterback left on the board–Alabama’s A.J. McCarron has not been drafted yet, either.