Peter Burns has taken a big-picture view of Kentucky quarterback Will Levis’ apparent fall in the NFL Draft on Thursday, and now he’s one of the most watched prospects entering the second round.

The SEC Network and SiriusXM host takes issue with the description of Levis’ draft experience.

“Will Levis did not slide in the NFL Draft,” Burns said. “I’m sick and tired up people saying that. Will Levis went probably where he should go, is in the early second round. The problem was that Will Levis was used by the media, the media wants to have a sizzle. When you talk about draft picks for 3 months in a row, you have to come up with a creative narrative, a creative angle.”

That idea was that Levis would go No. 1 or No. 2 overall.

Burns explained that every analyst is trying to cut through the noise, and when it’s said that Levis would go ahead of Bryce Young or CJ Stroud, people will listen.