Jacob Eason - Washington


Height/Weight - 6'6/231/Hands-9.50" 

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (November 16, 1997)

Combine Results - 40-4.89, Vert-27.5", Broad-110.0"

Class - Junior

Conference - Pac 12 North

NFL Draft Projection - Round 2-3

College Stats -

2019 - Passing: 260/405/3132/64.2%/7.7 YPA/23 TD/8 INT (Washington)

2019 - Rushing: 46/-69/-1.5/1 TD

2017 - Passing: 4/7/28/57.1%/4.0 YPA/0 TD/0 INT (Georgia)

2017 - Rushing: 3/-12/-4.0/0 TD

2016 - Passing: 204/370/2430/55.1%/6.6 YPA/16 TD/8 INT (Georgia)

2016 - Rushing: 33/-45/-1.4/1 TD 

NFL Player Comparison - Carson Wentz, Philip Rivers

Current ADP - 5:10 (1-QB, Rookie Drafts), 267.48 (1-QB, Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros


  • BIG arm, ball consistently jumps out of his hand with incredible velocity

  • Plenty of juice to make throws at all levels of the field with confidence 

  • Makes an emphasis on getting it from point A to point B as quickly as possible

  • Comfortable operating out of the shotgun or from under center

  • Placement on back shoulders, slant routes, and crossers set receivers up for success

  • Shows excellent feel for throwing away from leveraged defenders

  • Great release, doesn't show a significant loop in his delivery, ball pops off his hand

  • Athletic ability to break contain, stretch defenses and find an uncovered receiver

  • Throws with nice touch, changes the speed on his throws really well

  • Incredible pocket presence, poise & demeanor under pressure is similar to an NFL vet

  • Adept at making pre and post-snap adjustments, good escapability outside of the pocket 

  • Not afraid to stand tall in traffic and deliver a strike with pressure in his face

Player Notes Cons

  • Often times his gunslinger mentality can get him into trouble

  • Feet can be erratic, which ends up in an inconsistent completion rate with his throws

  • Needs to improve at manipulating the defense with his eyes, progressions need work

  • Knee injury history will be something scouts take note of, combine medical may be big