One thing that we certainly can take into account is ALOT of Ohio State QB's look great against most big ten defenses, then can't get it done at the next level. Troy Smith, JT Barrett, Terrell Pryor, Braxton Miller, Cardale Jones...All had very good if not great college careers but accurate throwing didn't seem to transcend into the NFL where the windows get smaller and the defenses are much better. No one knows if Burrow can make the transition, but to me, it seems like he's pretty well suited to step onto an NFL field and make the transition. He's thrown the ball exceptionally well at LSU. I think the Buckeye QB's, other than Jones and Haskins have been more running QB's than throwers.You do realize that you are calling the guy that holds damn near every career OSU and Big Ten passing record the 3rd best QB on the team. I am impressed with what Burrow has done at LSU, but unless you were in those meetings, film sessions, practices you have no idea who the best guy was. Burrow could have done a complete 180 once he arrived at LSU. No offense and I'm sure you are full of football knowledge, but I'll take the opinion of the coach who is the only coach in college history to post double digit wins at 4 different schools and has multiple national titles under his belt over yours.
And there are a lot of guys who were great college QB's that didn't turn out to be good in the NFL.