Robert Griffin III
Position: QB School: Baylor Height: 6’2″ Weight: 220 lbs Class: RS-Junior 40 time: N/A All-Star Game: No Team Captain: Yes Draft Projection: Top Five Pick
Griffin is a redshirt junior quarterback. He has started for Baylor since his true freshman season (winning the Big-12 Conference Freshman of the Year Award), and accrued his redshirt after tearing an ACL early in his sophomore campaign. The 2011 Heisman Trophy winner is accredited with bringing the Baylor program into the national spotlight, culminating in a 10-3 record this season. Griffin is a dangerous quarterback – capable of blowing the top of the defense with uncanny deep ball accuracy. He’s a fantastic athlete with a slight frame that has not been completely filled out. Has taken huge steps forward each year in his development, even when recovering from injury. He projects to be a top Keep Reading…
Position: QB School: Stanford Height: 6’4″ Weight: 235 lbs Class: RS-Junior 40 time: N/A All-Star Game: No Team Captain: Yes Draft Projection: First Overall
Luck is a redshirt junior and has been the starting quarterback for Stanford since his redshirt freshman season. One of the highest touted quarterback prospects in recent years, he would likely have gone #1 overall had he declared after last season and is a virtual lock to be the first off the board this year. A true field general, he has full command of his offense and has been praised by his head coach as essentially being an offensive coordinator on the field. A big, rugged, powerful player with nimble feet and elite instincts for the position. Has the potential to be the foundation of a team’s offense in the NFL.
Luck has a compact, Keep Reading…
Which USC Trojans have seen their stocks surge or precipitously slide during the last couple weeks? Eric Stoner takes a look in his Trojan Draft Stock Watch.
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Now that David Garrard’s been released, it seems more likely that Blaine Gabbert will see the field this year. But is he ready?
In his final video breakdown, Eric Stoner tracks the progress the rookie quarterback’s made this preseason. Gabbert’s marked improvement is encouraging, both in terms of his ability to play this year and the odds that he’ll live up to his lofty draft status.
- 21 personnel, (2×2), both TE’s flexed.
- Rams in Cover 3 pre-snap. CBs playing off, turned and facing the QB. One safety down in box, other safety playing centerfield.
- Both TEs run stops, WRs run quick outs (mirror concept). Very simple read – with curl/flat defenders forced to stay with TEs and the CBs with deep coverage responsibility, there is nobody to cover the quick outs. Keep Reading…
Play by play breakdown and analysis of Blaine Gabbert’s third game in a Jaguars uniform. Be sure to check out the breakdowns of Game One and Game Two as well.
The personnel numbering refers to how many tight ends and runningbacks are on the field. The first number corresponds with how many runningbacks are in the package, the second number refers to how many tight ends are in the package.
- 11 personnel, (2×2)
- Bills in Cover 1/Man Free pre-snap. Safeties at staggered depth. LCB and Nickel playing press-man, RCB playing off-man.
- 7 step drop. Gets good depth on first five steps, gathers himself with the last two.
- Feels pressure and tries to step up instead of bailing out laterally. LDE reacts by spinning inside. RT doesn’t power step to seal it Keep Reading…