Stetson Bennett has had a heck of a year for Georgia.

After deciding to come back for a 5th season, Bennett has led the Bulldogs to a 13-0 record and the top seed in the College Football Playoff.

He has passed 3,425 yards and 20 touchdowns this season and finished 4th in Heisman Trophy voting,

At 5-11 and 190 pounds, however, plenty of questions persist as to whether or not Bennett has a future in the NFL.

ESPN’s Jordan Reid, an NFL Draft expert, offered this thoughts this week, per 247Sports.

Reid rated Bennett 13th among 17 available quarterbacks and suggested that the former walk-on would project as a late-round draft pick or undrafted free agent.

Said Reid: “Bennett will forever be etched into the storied history of Georgia’s program after a magical run to its first national title in 40 years. But what does his draft stock look like? Bennett will turn 26 years old during the early stages of his rookie season, which might concern some teams. He also won’t meet a lot of teams’ threshold for size at the position. But there is no arguing that he’s a gamer, playing with instincts and savvy. Bennett seems to always figure out a way to come out on top in crucial moments. He is an efficient processor who can play within structure, but he can also create when things break down. A surplus of talent at Georgia helped uplift his deficiencies, but he has enough arm strength for the next level.”

Reid added that a popular NFL comparison for Bennett has been Case Keenum.

Bennett and the Bulldogs next play Ohio State in the Peach Bowl on New Years Eve, as they look to repeat as national champions.