To me its like an Ike Taylor situation:
Ike came to UL as a running back and after a season or two I think he made the decision to play defensive back. If Ike doesn't make that change I don't think he's in the position he is right now. Bottom line, Mike is a player and he's going to excell no matter where you put him, and although he is a good college quaterback, if he were to switch to defense I think he can be one ____ of a NFL Free Safety. I say with the team being in the good qauterback situation we are in, I think its a perfect opportunity for a guy like Mike to make that change to give him a better opportunity for his future. I'm not sure so if anyone knows help me out on this one, but I can't think of one college qauterback who was moved to a defensive back position to excell in the NFL. I remember Scott Frost from Nebraska, but he didn't last that long. I think more rigidity has to occure at the qauterback posiition in order for mike to even have that decision but, like I said Mike is a player, and I think if it would help the team if he moved to Free Safety, I think its something he'd be willing to do.
I know I keep saying defense, but he'd make one ____ of a receiver out of the slot too, so don't rule that out, along with being a good qauterback also. He's an athelete, it would be a waste to have him just being a signal man on the sideline.