Draft Profile: QB Jarrett Stidham, Auburn

By: Steve Johnson

Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn

6’3 214

RS Junior

D.O.B. 8/8/96

*combine measurements and drills added in Feb.


2015 (BAY): 10 games. 75/109 for 1,265 yards. 12 TD, 2 int

2016: Sat out

2017: 14 games. 246/370 for 3,158 yards. 18 TD, 6 int.


Misc. Stats:

Accolades: 2017 First-team All-SEC


History: 4-star recruit out of Stephenville, TX., originally signed with Baylor. When Art Briles was fired, he chose Auburn because Malzahn had a good relationship with Briles and “trusted him”. Has declared for the 2019 NFL Draft, will forego his Senior season.

Strengths: Good size. Strong arm. Good athlete, can buy time with his legs and also take off for a first down when given the opportunity. Has shown the ability to drop the ball into tight windows. Experienced starter, that has played in a ton of big games.

Weaknesses: Inexperienced running an NFL offense, runs a very simple offense at Auburn. Was rarely asked to make multiple reads. Mechanics, specifically foot work, is inconsistent. Decision making is questionable, has looked flat out bad at times. Hasn’t handled pressure very well.

Overview: Stidham, has the tools to become a first round talent. He has a strong arm and is a good athlete. Unfortunately, he has been very inconsistent in his decision making and mechanics and will need to work on those in 2018.

Draft Projection: 3rd Round Pick

Phanaddict Draft Grade: TBD

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