Kyle Trask is in the middle of a starting quarterback competition with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers alongside Baker Mayfield, and on Wednesday, offensive coordinator Dave Canales shared what they offer.

Canales said Trask couldn’t have had better preparation as he transitioned to the NFL.

“Kyle, what’s cool is, you do see, just talking about being around Tom (Brady) for 2 years, you see his tempo, his control and his drop, mimicking a guy who was the greatest of all time,” Canales said. “And it’s like, ‘OK, he’s got a great starting point.’ If you were going to play behind somebody, like, who better than, and that frame, 6-5 frame you know.”

Canales said both players are smart enough to handle the alerts, checks and other mechanics to get to the right type of play.

Trask has long been given a chance in Tampa, and that didn’t change after Tom Brady retired. General manager Jason Licht has previously said that they’d planned for a post-Brady QB decision for a while, and have a lot of faith in Trask.

Trask was a second-round draft pick of Tampa after he completed 69% of his passes for 4,283 yards and 43 touchdowns in his final season at Florida.