Jake Luton - Oregon State

 

Height/Weight - 6'6/224/Hands-10.375" 

Age/Birthday - 24 Years Old, (April 11, 1996)

Combine Results - 40-, Vert-", Broad-"

Class - RS Senior

Conference - Pac 12 North

NFL Draft Projection - Round 6-7

College Stats -

2019 - Passing: 222/358/2714/62.0%/7.6 YPA/28 TD/3 INT

2019 - Rushing: 44/-87/-2.0/1 TD

2018 - Passing: 140/224/1660/62.5%/7.4 YPA/10 TD/4 INT

2018 - Rushing: 28/-144/-5.1/0 TD

2017 - Passing: 83/135/853/61.5%/6.3 YPA/4 TD/4 INT

2017 - Rushing: 17/27/1.6/0 TD

2015 - Passing: 51/80/403/63.8%/5.0 YPA/1 TD/4 INT (Idaho)

2015 - Rushing: 27/73/2.7/5 TD (Idaho)

NFL Player Comparison - Eli Manning, Davis Webb

Current ADP - 60+ (1-QB, Rookie Drafts), 300+ (1-QB, Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

 

  • Possesses an NFL frame with all the necessary arm strength to thrive in the league

  • Good drive on short & intermediate crossing routes with a nice over the top release 

  • Excellent accuracy can put balls on a line and deliver through tight windows 

  • Mobility is solid for such a big dude and has a nice feel for when to climb the pocket

  • Great at maximizing his protection and rarely works himself into pressures or sacks

  • Keeps a cool level head about him outside of the pocket effectively directing traffic

  • Fantastic anticipation & vision throwing receivers open & towards open spaces

  • Nice arm mechanics on the throw, release is very quick, keeps his elbow in tight

  • Great extension when adding distance to his throws nicely, nice deep ball passer 

  • Mirrors footwork to timing concepts, throws off the drop foot & off the hitch effectively

  • Tests man coverage regularly not afraid of throwing against leverage or anticipation 

Player Notes Cons

  • Does not recruit his hips as a thrower and quickly succumbs to tilt-and-slash tendencies

  • Locks his front knee at times which worsens the issue doesn't have ideal hip separation

  • Loses accuracy & velocity when off platform & fades/ducks into throws with pressure 

  • Not a great progression read passer, almost invariably works only half of the field

  • Does not re set his feet nicely in the pocket if/when he works the backside 

  • Needs to hone starting caliber traits, his lower-body mechanics need to be overhauled