1st to 2nd read progression time. (which is the most important part of being a QB)
Pre Snap Awareness (ie calling audibles ... which WVU doesn't do)
Targeting (how many weapons does he utilize in an offense ? )
Staying tall in the pocket ... ( people keep calling Geno a pocket passer but WVu is designed for him to move after the 1st read. A pocket passer can plant their feet on a the 2nd read ... he hasn't )
Head/Eye moment - it's what makes Brady, Brees, and the greatest great. When facing a zone you fake out 1 read with your eyes to play with the ILB / OLB / S then you hit your target in open space.
Identifying the extra pass rusher - like I said , which no one seems to want to do. Watch the K-State game. Arthur Brown , a 2nd or 3rd round draft pick, had Geno's number the entire game.
And finally ... watching Geno lose is ugly. In no way do I think he's an ego guy. He has the personality of a level minded QB. But the way he acted and sat by himself when K-State came out and dominated was just sad. To me , that's the moment he was knocked out of the Heisman conversation.
There's a TON of coaching or more importantly un-coaching that will have to go into this guy. I love his arm - it reminds me of Kap's. I like his spirit. But a first round QB has to be able to come in , start , and probably be able to do 50% of the offensive playbook. Glennon does. He's not sexy. But neither was Matt Ryan ... and neither was Russell Wilson.