Nate Stanley - Iowa

 

Height/Weight - 6'4/235/Hands-10.0" 

Age/Birthday - 22 Years Old, (August 26, 1997)

Combine Results - 40-4.81, Vert-28.5", Broad-108.0"

Class - Senior

Conference - Big 10 West

NFL Draft Projection - Round 3-4

College Stats -

2019 - Passing: 237/399/2951/59.4%/7.4 YPA/16 TD/7 INT

2019 - Rushing: 76/7/0.1/1 TD

2018 - Passing: 235/396/2852/59.3%/7.2 YPA/26 TD/10 INT

2018 - Rushing: 36/4/0.1/1 TD

2017 - Passing: 196/351/2432/55.8%/6.9 YPA/26 TD/6 INT

2017 - Rushing: 49/-115/-2.3/0 TD

2016 - Passing: 5/9/62/55.6%/6.9 YPA/0 TD/0 INT

2016 - Rushing: 0/0/0.0/0 TD

NFL Player Comparison - Nick Foles, Mason Rudolph

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

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Player Notes Pros

 

  • Big thick pocket passer that has enough mobility to navigate inside the pocket

  • Great arm strength, grip it and rip it style when operating from the shotgun

  • Play action fakes are persuasive, does an excellent job of hiding the ball

  • Mechanics and footwork are excellent, played in a pro style offense in college

  • Has plenty of experience from under center due to playing in a heavy personnel offense

  • Generates lots of velocity behind throws due to a high arcing aggressive release

  • Stays on balance, weight always sits atop his platform prior to identifying target

  • Has nice zip on the ball when able to rock into throws and transfer weight

  • Shown promise in roll outs, able to reset his launch point to negate pass rushes

  • Has shown the ability to make good decisions with the football for the most part

Player Notes Cons

  • He will not extend plays with his legs, not a threat to the defense as a runner

  • Will get fixated on single targets and wait until they become open

  • Many easy passes were not completed due to his throws have a nose diving nature

  • Lacks touch and his accuracy often suffers when he is throwing on the move

  • Has a habit of missing high when throwing towards the sidelines