Everybody probably knows it; Kenny Pickett doesn't have a high roof. I've heard too much remarks from individuals saying we ought to have been taken Willis as a result of his arm strength and portability and various things and the other thing and this large number of qualities that compare to his "high roof." I hear that expression tossed around constantly while discussing the Pickett determination. Individuals generally discuss roof this and roof that, yet I accept that individuals have a contorted point of view on what roof implies. At its center, roof amounts to nothing not as much as "how great do I figure this player can be." Now it's worth focusing on that no one can at any point genuinely know a players roof. I call attention to, doubtlessly arousing a lot of consternation for all understanding this, that Tom Brady is the best illustration of this reality. Tom Brady wasn't drafted in that frame of mind round on account of any social issues like Antonio Brown or on the grounds that he had some great actual ability yet was simply excessively crude like quite a few popular late picks and undrafted players where that kind of player will in general go. He was drafted there since no one idea he would have been any benefit. At the end of the day, he went in the sixth round since he was projected to have an exceptionally low roof. As we as a whole realize that projection was off-base, and presently here we are 22 years and 7 super dishes later with this quarterback who had a higher roof than any player in NFL history. That being said, nobody can truly know a player's roof. You can, nonetheless, break down a player's qualities and make an informed expectation of what that roof will be.