College. Ohio St.
2018: 12 games (at Georgia). 27/39 (69.2), 328 yards, 4 TDs
2019: 14 games. 238/354 (67.2), 3,273 yards, 41 TDs, 3 ints
2020: 8 games. 158/225 (70.2), 2100 yards. 22 TDs, 6 ints
Misc. Stats: 260 att, 1133 yards, 19 TDs; 1 rec, -10 yards
Accolades. 2018 SEC Champion, 2019 Big Ten Champion, 2019 Big Ten Championship MVP, 2019 Big Ten Quarterback of the Year, 2019 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, 2019 Second-team All-American, 2019 Davey O’Brien Award Finalist, 2019 Heisman trophy finalist (3rd), 2020 First team All-Big Ten, 2020 Big Ten Champion
Injury History. Bothered by a knee injury in 2019.
History. Five-star recruit from Kennesaw, GA. Was a two-year starter at Harrison High School. Attended the Elite 11 quarterback competition, where he was named the MVP. Was a part of the Netflix series “QB1”. Also excelled at baseball. Originally committed to Penn St, before signing with Georgia. Saw action in 12 games backing up Jake Fromm at Georgia, before transferring to Ohio St. Hired attorney Thomas Mars, and was eventually granted a waiver to play immediately.
Strengths: Ideal size, well built kid. Arm talent is elite. Accuracy is a plus. Great athlete. Really strong runner. Secure ball handler. Hard to bring down, really strong.
Weaknesses. Doesn’t always get past his first read, this sometimes limits throwing the ball down the field. Was surrounded by a ton of talent that could get open in his first progression.
Evaluation based on. Penn St. 20′,
Draft Projection: 1st Round Pick
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