2019 NFL Draft Scouting Reports

QUARTERBACK: Clayton Thorson, Northwestern Daniel Jones, Duke* Drew Lock, Missouri Dwayne Haskins, Ohio St.** Jarrett Stidham, Auburn* Kyler Murray, Oklahoma* Ryan Finley, North Carolina St. Trace McSorley, Penn St. Tyree Jackson, Buffalo* Will Grier, West Virginia RUNNING BACK: Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky* Bryce Love, Stanford Damien Harris, Alabama Darrell Henderson, Memphis* David Montgomery, Iowa St.*Continue reading “2019 NFL Draft Scouting Reports”

QB Will Grier, West Virginia

6’3” – 217 lbs. – 4.84 Originally attended Florida, redshirting in his first season, then split time with Treon Harris the following year, finishing with 1,204 yards, ten touchdowns, and three interceptions (65.8%, 7.5 YPA); won the starting job, but ended up being suspended for performance-enhancing drugs. Transferred to West Virginia and sat out theContinue reading “QB Will Grier, West Virginia”

QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo*

6’7” – 249 lbs. – 4.59 Redshirted, then started nine games the following season, throwing for 1,772 yards, nine touchdowns, ad nine interceptions (53.1%, 5.7 YPA), adding 399 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. Went 2,096-12-3 (60.3%, 8.8) the following year with another 197-4 rushing, then 3,131-28-12 (55.3%, 7.7) with 161-7 rushing as aContinue reading “QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo*”

QB Trace McSorley, Penn St.

6’0” – 202 lbs. – 4.57 Threw forty passes as a freshman and has been starting ever since. Threw for 3,614 yards, 29 touchdowns, and eight interceptions as a sophomore (57.9%, 9.3 YPA), then totaled 3,570-28-10 (66.5%, 8.4) as a junior. Production really suffered this past season and was only able to manage 2,530-18-7 (53.2%,Continue reading “QB Trace McSorley, Penn St.”

QB Ryan Finley, North Carolina St.

6’4” – 212 lbs. Threw almost a hundred combined passes between 2014-2015 and has been starting for the past three seasons, during which his production has escalated: threw for 3,055 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions in 2016 (60.4% completion, 7.6 YPA); 3,518-17-6 (65.1%, 7.3) in 2017; and 3,928-25-11 (67.4%, 8.1) in 2018. Tall, well-builtContinue reading “QB Ryan Finley, North Carolina St.”

QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma*

5’10” – 195 lbs. Father was also a college quarterback. Five-star recruit who originally attended Texas A&M (his father’s alma mater), passing for 686 yards, five touchdowns, and seven interceptions (59.5%, 5.7), eventually winning the starting job from Kyle Allen. Transferred and sat out the 2016 season, then backed up Baker Mayfield before taking overContinue reading “QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma*”

QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn*

6’2” – 218 lbs. – 4.81 Five-star recruit who originally attended Baylor, where he threw for 1,265 yards, twelve touchdowns, and two interceptions (68.8%, 11.6 YPA), starting three games before spending a semester at McLennan Community College. Transferred to Auburn and threw for 3,158-18-6 (66.5%, 8.5) in 2017 and 2,794-18-5 (60.7%, 7.6) in 2018, thenContinue reading “QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn*”

QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio St.**

6’3” – 231 lbs. – 5.04 Redshirted in 2016, played in eight games as a redshirt freshman, then took over the starting role in 2018, going 13-1 and throwing for 4,831 yards, 50 touchdowns, and eight interceptions (70.0%, 9.1 YPA). Decided to capitalize on his sophomore success and declare for the draft. Thickly-built if notContinue reading “QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio St.**”

QB Drew Lock, Missouri

6’4” – 228 lbs. – 4.69 Started the final eight of twelve games played as a true freshman, struggling mightily en route to 1,332 yards, four touchdowns, and eight interceptions (49.0%, 5.1 YPA). Improved to 3,399-23-10 (54.6%, 7.8) the following season, then broke out as a junior with 3,964-44-13 (57.8%, 9.5). Put together a lineContinue reading “QB Drew Lock, Missouri”

QB Daniel Jones, Duke*

6’5” – 221 lbs. – 4.81 Has been starting at Duke for the past three seasons. Threw for 2,836 yards, sixteen touchdowns, and nine interceptions (62.8%, 6.6) in 2016, then went 2,691-14-11 (56.7%, 5.9) the following year. Passed less frequently this past season, but still managed to end up with 2,674-22-9 (60.5%, 6.8). Duke headContinue reading “QB Daniel Jones, Duke*”