Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl knows quarterback Josh Allen pretty much better than any football coach and is not shy about sharing his opinion about his former signal caller who is close to entering the NFL.
“His biggest attribute is his ability to extend plays with his legs and then be able to get the ball in different places while he’s moving. When a quarterback can roll to his left and then throw the ball 60-some yards on a rope, that really stresses a defense,” Bohl said, during an appearance on PFT Live.
Bohl, who also coached Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz at North Dakota State, says that Allen and Wentz share a similar competitive streak.
“He’s an ultra-competitive guy. The fact that he chose to play in our bowl game, that says a lot about his competitive nature,” Bohl said.