Shea Patterson - Michigan

 

Height/Weight - 6'1/204/" Hands - 

Age/Birthday - 23 Years Old, (January 17, 1997)

Combine Results - 40-, Vert-, Broad-

Class - Senior

Conference - Big 10 East

NFL Draft Projection - Round 4-5

College Stats -

2019 - Passing: 214/381/3061/56.2%/8.0 YPA/23 TD/8 INT (Michigan)

2019 - Rushing: 87/50/0.6/5 TD

2018 - Passing: 210/325/2600/64.6%/8.0 YPA/22 TD/7 INT (Michigan)

2018 - Rushing: 76/273/3.6/2 TD

2017 - Passing: 166/260/2259/63.8%/8.7 YPA/17 TD/9 INT (Ole Miss)

2017 - Rushing: 47/-16/-0.3/1 TD

2016 - Passing: 72/132/880/54.5%/6.7 YPA/6 TD/3 INT (Ole Miss)

2016 - Rushing: 41/169/4.1/0 TD

NFL Player Comparison - Case Keenum, Nick Mullens

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

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Player Notes Pros

 

  • Intriguing skillset, excellent athlete for the position who can makes plays out of nothing

  • Drives the ball up the seam, into small windows throwing with anticipation & touch

  • Legs are great in both run & pass game, getting outside pocket & throwing on the run

  • Accurate in short & intermediate areas, gets the ball out of his hand with quick release

  • Timing on routes remained consistent throughout when getting proper pre-snap reads

  • Showed comfort when breaking the pocket & forced to make throws outside of structure

  • When able to set his feet & throw clearly, he's capable of letting it rip into tight spaces

  • His far sideline throws arrive with good pace, he's got a solid NFL arm to work with

  • Willing & able to adjust arm slot to throw around defenders contesting throwing lanes

  • Great short area quickness to dart back across his momentum & break pursuit angles

Player Notes Cons

  • Lacks downfield arm strength and accuracy, occasionally limiting the effectiveness

  • When making a mistake, tends to compound them with more poor decisions consecutively

  • WR's had to alter their track due to trajectory of the ball taking them a different way

  • Lack of pre-snap blitz observations leads to Patterson becoming oblivious to pressure

  • He's not the most cerebral or advanced player in terms of working deep into plays