Kevin Hogan was the quarterback at Stanford for a wildly successful era. Now he enters the NFL Draft. What are the key things to know about him?
Arm Length: 32 3/8"
Hands: 10 1/4"
Completion Percentage: 65.9%
Yards Per Attempt: 8.5
Touchdown Rate: 6.8%
Interception Rate: 2.6%
40 Time: 4.78 seconds
Vertical Jump: 32.5 inches
Broad Jump: 113 inches
3 Cone Drill: 6.99 seconds
Bill Parcells Quarterback Rules (4/4)
Was he a senior? Yes
Was he a three year starter? Yes
Did he graduate? Yes
Did he win at least 23 games as starting quarterback? Yes
26-27-60 Rule (3/3)
Did he score at least 26 on the Wonderlic? Yes
Did he start at least 27 games? Yes
Did he complete at least 60% of his passes? Yes
PFF Draft Guide Stats
Accuracy: 75.8% (9th of 22 QB prospects)
Accuracy Under Pressure: 61.2% (14th of 22 QB prospects)
Deep Passing Accuracy: 39.6% (18th of 22 QB prospects)
What the Experts Say
Mike Mayock: "He's probably the most ready, intellectually, of any of those quarterbacks. He's probably as close to what you're going to see in the NFL as any of them. He's going to come in and pick it up very quickly."
Gil Brandt: "Quarterback Kevin Hogan -- 6-foot-3 1/8, 220 pounds -- had a real good pro-day workout. Hogan -- who has 10 3/8-inch hands -- is working on shortening his delivery. It is quicker and shorter now than it was at the NFL Scouting Combine. Hogan was a four-year starter at Stanford, so he's got to have something going for him. Hogan could wind up being a really good backup quarterback in the NFL."
Greg Cosell: "Kevin Hogan will be a 10-year backup, and he’ll be a great backup. Now because he’s a smart kid and all that, three or four years down the road someone will think he can be a starter and I’m not saying he couldn’t be, but he’d never be a high-level starter…He doesn’t throw it well enough."
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