So when he led B2G in the finals of the Badger Elite 7on7 in Las Vegas last Sunday, it was old hat for him.
"When we were down, the nerves started kicking in, but my coaches always say to calm down and throw the ball like you always do," said Evans. "We were kind of mad about the first day (going 1-3) so we came out and played our hardest and got the championship."
Evans is now hoping to continue a good start to his spring but collecting some offers, which have so far eluded him.
Evans is planning a busy spring and summer with numerous camps and unofficial visits on the docket.
"I was invited to Boise State's junior day and then me and my running back ShaunWick are going to Oregon State and then I'm hoping to go to UCLA and Cal. I'll go to camps at Notre Dame and UCLA and I've been invited to the Elite 11 at Cal and I work out with Steve Clarkson."
As a junior, he threw for 2,412 yards on 185-of-286 passing with 30 touchdowns and just six interceptions.