Odds are you haven’t heard of Tyler Murphy. Two-star quarterbacks from Connecticut don’t get a lot of publicity. That may be why you haven’t heard of him. Not because he isn’t good. Not because his rating is an actual indicator of his talent. But because he’s not on a lot of radars. Search the Rivals.com for prospects from Wethersfield from any year (2002-2010) and you get exactly one result: Murphy. So chalk up at least part of Murphy’s rating to a lack of exposure. The rest? The Florida coaches obviously saw something in him. That should be good enough for you.The first thing you need to know is that Murphy might not end up at quarterback. He definitely has the ability to be a dual-threat quarterback in any system, but his raw athletic ability (read: speed, agility, acceleration,...

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