Again, Tevin developed into a better passer than Nesbitt, oh and looky, looky, it was in the SAME offense. Go Figure.Dude...you have no proof of what Nesbitt would have been in another offense. All you have to go by is him playing in an offense that has a history of QBs not doing well in the passing game. If you're going to make an assumption that Nesbitt could only play in CPJ's offense and no one else's than by all means you're welcome to it.
The guy put up phenominal numbers in HS, and didn't throw many interceptions when he threw TWICE as many passes than he did at GT. Evidence on that level suggests he would have been a good QB in a system like Urban Meyer's, or Oregon's, or Nevada's. Those guys have a great track record of developing Dual threat QBs in the passing AND running game. Unfortunately, we can't say the same about our offense.
Another fact you dismissed without reply is the fact he had Bay Bay to chuck jump balls to. Ever notice every deep ball was a jumpball and not caught in stride? I wonder why? Wonder what his completion % would have been sans future all Pro Thomas?