There’s a reason they call Johnny Manziel “Johnny Football." The star quarterback is already a serious contender for NFL, and very likely a first round prospect, within the top five picks. The Tyler Texas native is a major contender in the 2014 Draft, coming out of Texas A&M with numerous NCAA Division I FBS and SEC records, including becoming the first freshman in NCAA history to pass for 3000 yards and rush for 1000 years in just one season. It was at Texas A&M that the student body gave him his nickname, "Johnny Football", and for good reason. To make this achievements even more impressive, he is only the fifth person in all of NCAA history to accomplish this. He also became the first freshman to win The Manning Award, The Heisman Trophy, and The Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award. He has announced his plans to leave college football before his junior year, and begin his professional career with the NFL, and ever since, a number of NFL teams have had their eye on him. The 21 year old is considered by many to be a top five draft pick, and a welcome addition to the current NFL. Despite some off the field controversy, Manziel is a very promising player, with a lot of imagination while on the field, which should relax any worries coaches might have about his small frame, and youth. Strength has its place in a Quarterback, but the ability to think quickly and strategically can be even more important. In addition to the previously mentioned awards, he is a winner of The 2013 SEC Male Athlete of the Year, The 2013 Cotton Bowl Classic - Offensive MVP, and was named The 2012 SEC Freshman of the Year. With all these achievements and all that potential, it’s easy to see why Johnny Manziel is considered such a promising draft pick, and future NFL Quarterback.