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NFL Draft 2017 Profile/Report: QB Jerod Evans, Va. Tech

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QB Jerod Evans, Va. Tech   

  • Initially signed with the Air Force, tore ACL there in 2013
  • Transferred to the JUCO ranks (Trinity Valley Community College) and played for two seasons — named the 2015 Southwest Junior College Football Conference Most Valuable Player
  • Broke Logan Thomas’s Virginia Tech record for total offense in a season
  • One of two NCAA QBs with 3,000+ yards passing and 700+ yards rushing — Evans and Lamar Jackson

 

 

*CFM Full Scouting Report (link): Jerod Evans 2017 NFL Draft Scouting Report

 — It’s easy to see/write-off Evans as a runner-passer fit for college and not the NFL. However, there is much more to consider here on his value at the next level. This was a an eyeopening study for us…

 

Current rankings of note…

CBS Sports (as of this publish date) #8 QB prospect, #192 overall

ESPN (as of this publish date) #n/a…not in top 12 among QB prospects, #n/a overall (not among top 320 overall)

Early 2017 Dynasty Rookie Draft ADP/Rankings: #7 QB prospect, #47 overall (among offensive players)

 

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Measurables:

Info Hght Wght Hand ArmL 40-D 10-D Bench Vert. Broad ShSht 3-Cone
 Combine  6’2.6″  232 9.4″  33.1″  4.80  x  x  26.5″  9’4″  4.41  x
 Pro Day

 

 

D1 College Statistics:

Year Games Comp. PassAtt CompPct PassYds PassTD PassINT RushAtt RushYds RushTD
2016 14 268 422 63.5% 3,552 29 8 204 846 12
TOTAL 14 268 422  63.5% 3,552 29 8 204 846 12
Avg per gm  X 19.1 30.1 63.5% 253.7 2.07 0.57 14.6 60.4 0.86

 

 

Link to College Profile: Jerod Evans, Va Tech Webpage

 

Link to background story: PilotOnline: Jerod Evans Background Story

 

 

How many 2017 QB prospects can do this?

 

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