He threw a *ton* of picks at Wake Forest, but mostly due to the talent around him. He never had a running game and was very regularly playing from behind at Wake Forest. That meant being forced to throw the ball constantly into tight windows in obvious passing situations. He also had fairly porous OLines too, so he was regularly pressured. If you can slow down the run game and put pressure on him, he can absolutely become a turnover machine because his arm talent isn’t good enough to constantly fit balls into tight windows (hence being a 6th year college player instead of in the NFL already). But he can also be wildly efficient if he’s not pressured and teams are forced to sell out to stop the run.