Sep 7, 2013; Columbus, OH, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Kenny Guiton (13) fires a pass upfield against the San Diego State Aztecs at Ohio Stadium. Ohio State won the game 42-7. Mandatory Credit: Greg Bartram-USA TODAY Sports

Must-Read Monday: Is Kenny Guiton an NFL Draft Sleeper Quarterback Prospect?

In this week’s Must-Read Monday, we head over to, where Peter Smith has Kenny Guiton pegged as a potential N2014 FL Draft sleeper pick.

Here’s some of what Smith had to say.

After Miller left the game against San Diego State, Guiton entered the game and immediately went to work.  The fact he was good against an overpowered Aztec team is not what makes Guiton an intriguing prospect.  It is his poise and confidence in the offense as well as the fact that while he does not have the game breaking ability that Miller does, he can be an effective dual threat player.  And in a league with so many teams looking for dual threat players, Guiton could be make for a draftable, developmental player.

Smith certainly presents a solid argument in his piece. While Guiton may not be quite as flashy as teammate Braxton Miller, he’s shown that he’s a dual threat and can handle pressure situations. If he can just work on that arm strength, perhaps we’ll hear his name called in May 2014. Check out Smith’s full article here:

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