Justin Herbert - Oregon

 

Height/Weight - 6'6/236/Hands-10.0" 

Age/Birthday - 21 Years Old, (March 10, 1998)

Combine Results - 40-4.68, Vert-35.5", Broad-123.0"

Class - Senior

Conference - Pac 12 North

NFL Draft Projection - Round 1-2

College Stats -

2019 - Passing: 286/428/3471/66.8%/8.1 YPA/32 TD/6 INT

2019 - Rushing: 58/50/0.9/4 TD

2018 - Passing: 240/404/3151/59.4%/7.8 YPA/29 TD/8 INT

2018 - Rushing: 71/166/2.3/2 TD

2017 - Passing: 139/206/1983/67.5%/9.6 YPA/15 TD/5 INT

2017 - Rushing: 44/183/4.2/5 TD 

2016 - Passing: 162/255/1936/63.5%/7.6 YPA/19 TD/4 INT

2016 - Rushing: 58/161/2.8/2 TD

 

NFL Player Comparison - Josh Allen, Ben Roethlisberger

Current ADP - 3:02 (1-QB, Rookie Drafts), 177.5 (1-QB, Start Ups)

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Player Notes Pros

 

  • Very strong arm, with incredible accuracy, touch and velocity on passes

  • Makes great throws in difficult circumstances illustrating his natural arm talent

  • Does a excellent job staying balanced when standing tall to survey from the pocket

  • Legs are a huge threat to defenses, he's got the burst to get to second level

  • All of the physical tools to become a franchise quarterback in the NFL

  • Tight compact motion that constantly releases the ball with plenty of juice behind it

  • Great touch, he can attack the intermediate and deep areas consistently

  • Makes throws at different arm angles without sacrificing velocity and zip

  • Excellent at scrambling and making something out of nothing when pocket collapses

  • Can really thread the needle in tight coverage and fit the ball into small spaces

Player Notes Cons

  • Will often lock in and is too slow to keep working through all his progression

  • Durability is a concern, history of shoulder and leg injuries in college

  • Often stares down his intended target, telegraphing throws have been a bad habit

  • Regularly sail balls downfield, in part due to the whip motion of the arm

  • Worked exclusively from the gun needs to improve from under center