Florida QB Kyle Trask may have finished fourth in the 2020 Heisman voting, but he’s still not a lock to be a Round 1 selection in the 2021 NFL Draft later this month.

He could sneak into the later picks in the first round, but he’s viewed by many to be a Day 2 prospect.

But, does he have anything that sets him apart from the other QBs in the class? Trask joined ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit’s “QB21” recently and said he thinks his preparation and accuracy are what set him apart (via 247Sports):

“To me, I feel like no one prepares as hard as me,” Trask said. “I’m fully dedicated to whatever I do. On the field, I feel like my ball placement and accuracy is what sets me apart, honestly. If it’s a 50-50 ball, I’m able to make it an 80-20 ball just because of my placement so guys can go make a play on the ball.”

If Trask sneaks into the first round in a couple of weeks, he could end up on a team with playoff aspirations in 2021.

We’ll see soon enough where he ends up and if he becomes that team’s starter in 2021 or not.