Full Name: Aaron Rodgers School: California
Ht: 6-1.5 Wt: 200 40: 4.75
The Good: Fleet footed passer who makes positive plays in the
pocket or on the move. Quickly sets up with solid footwork, moves around in
order to find the open receiver and has an explosive release. Displays good zip
on intermediate throws and leads targets with passes. Very accurate and smartly
places the ball for pass catchers. Sells the ball fakes, displays the ability to
elude the rush and gets rid of the ball rather then taking a sack. Shows
tremendous field awareness, patience and buys as much time as possible for
receivers. Slips the rush and gets outside the pocket. Goes through receiver
progressions, does not rush as the pocket collapses and shows great field
vision. Fleet footed and makes plays running the ball.
The Bad: Winds-up which slows the delivery of passes. Gathers
himself releasing the pass off a three-step drop. Must be more precise with the
outs as the ball is late or off the mark. Seemingly has difficulty seeing over
the line at times.
The Skinny: Yet another terrific prospect being delivered by
quarterback guru Jeff Tedford, Rogers looks to have the makings of an
outstanding NFL-passer. Should be a perfect fit for a west coast offense, yet
will also excel in other types of systems. And while he must improve his arm
strength, the mental understanding of the position will help Rogers go a long
way at the next level.
Scouting Report-Aaron Rodgers
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