The downside is that he's not ready to make the team right at the moment, and could not be ready until a year or so. It's going be a long time for him to gain the kind of weight and strength that he'll require to become a great player in the Madden NFL 23. It will also take time to get his technique better and learn to play more consistently. Eventually he is probably going be a great player, but the team that decides to take him in will need to be patient Mut 23 coins.
That's great, but most teams do not take a quarterback who is not a quarterback high in the draft unless they expect him to play right away. I can understand that "everyone" requires edge rushers and the possibility of an early rush on in the very first round however I'd be cautious about taking Harold such a high. In fact, I'm leery of taking him in the second round in order to be sincere with you. He's got some work to be done and if I'm in a team that is in need of immediate assistance from a pass rusher I'm not sure Harold is the best choice. I wanted to love Harold as an individual but I can't think he's a good fit.
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