2021 NFL Draft Prospects: Quarterback



The top 2021 Quarterback prospects available for the 2021 NFL Draft. * - denotes 2021 prospect. ** - denotes 2024 prospect.

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2020 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2021 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

2022 NFL Draft Position Rankings:
QB | RB | FB | WR | TE | OT | G | C | DE | DT | NT | 3-4 OLB | 3-4 DE | OLB | ILB | CB | S | K | P

Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Joe Burrow, LSU
  • '19 - Kyler Murray, Oklahoma
  • '18 - Sam Darnold, USC
1. Clemson image Trevor Lawrence*, QB, Clemson
Height: 6-6. Weight: 220.
Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
Projected Round (2021): No. 1.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: In mid-February, Lawrence underwent surgery on his left labrum, his non-throwing shoulder, which should not have any bearing on his rookie season. Clemson held Lawrence's pro day early due to the procedure, and the session went well for him, as expected. He showed off his big arm and great skill set to confirm his status as the future No. 1 pick of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Lawrence made some beautiful throws in 2020, showing off his powerful arm, accuracy, and an impressive ability to throw on the run. His deep ball was superb. He completed 69 percent of his passes in 2020 for 3,153 yards, 24 touchdowns passing and five interceptions. Lawrence also rushed for eight touchdowns. Lawrence tested positive for COVID-19 during the season, forcing Clemson to rule him out against Boston College and Notre Dame. But in the rematch against the Fighting Irish, Lawrence led the Tigers to an impressive victory. Ohio State knocked Clemson out of the playoff, but Lawrence threw for 400 yards despite his offensive line playing terribly. The Tigers' defense was also dominated by Justin Fields.

Lawrence is a pro-ready passer. His accuracy is exceptional, and he consistently places the ball perfectly downfield. Lawrence can fit passes into windows the size of a shoe box, and he drops in strikes past defensive backs. Even though Lawrence will throw into some tight windows, he displays good decision-making and does a great job of avoiding turnovers. Lawrence places passes where his receivers can make a play on the ball and avoids giving defensive backs opportunities to pick passes off. The tall Lawrence sees the field extremely well, and he has advanced field vision. Lawrence displays pocket composure to stand erect in the pocket and does not get rattled by the pass rush.

One trait that really sets Lawrence apart and makes him a truly rare prospect is his deep-ball accuracy. With a variety of receivers, Lawrence does a phenomenal job of locating his passes downfield to beat coverage and lead his weapons to big plays. Because Lawrence has cannon for an arm and can precisely throw deep downfield, defenses can't crowd the box because he will make them pay. Thus, Lawrence's passing ability could really open things up for the rushing attack in the NFL and lead to more success for his team that does not show up in his personal stats.

Lawrence is a good fit for any NFL offense because his powerful arm would allow him to work in a vertical offense and his accuracy on short passes and ability to get the ball out quickly would let him fit in a West Coast system. Lawrence has a quick release and a fast arm whip. His internal clock is advanced as well, letting him get the ball out quickly and not put extra pressure on his offensive line.

On top of elite passing talent, Lawrence has excellent mobility and athleticism. He shows quick feet and a burst as a runner that catches defenses by surprise. On read-option plays, Lawrence shows some toughness to pound the ball up the middle, and he has some power on the ground that makes him effective in short-yardage situations and near the goal line. Lawrence demonstrates nice mobility to dodge defenders in the pocket, and he throws well on the run. In the open field, Lawrence is a slippery runner who can dodge tacklers thanks to his straight-line speed to run away from defenses. Team sources who talked football with Lawrence came away very impressed with his intelligence. They also like his ability to get his team in the right play.

Lawrence, like any college player, has some things he could stand to work on for the next level. Sources say not locking on his first read is one point of improvement. Lawrence could stand to speed up the process of working through his progressions.

8/29/20: In 2019, Lawrence completed 66 percent of his passes for 3,665 yards with 36 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also ran for 563 yards and nine touchdowns while leading Clemson back to the National Championship Game. Lawrence showed further development as a passer and as a team leader.

Lawrence took college football by storm as a freshman in 2018, compiling a superb season that culminated with him ripping Alabama's defense comprised of NFL talent to win another National Championship for Clemson. Lawrence completed 65 percent of his passes that season for 3,280 yards with 30 touchdowns and four interceptions.

Lawrence has a good arm, developed poise, and play-making ability. He also makes good decisions while distributing the ball well to his phenomenal supporting cast. Unless Lawrence gets injured, he should have another massive season and has the potential to be the best quarterback prospect to enter the NFL since Andrew Luck.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2018-Clemson 15 397 259 4 3280 30 158 17.27 12.7 65.2 219
2019-Clemson 15 407 268 8 3665 36 167 17.87 13.7 65.8 244
2020-Clemson 10 334 231 5 3153 24 169 23.10 13.6 69.2 315

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2018-Clemson 15 60 177 3 1 11.8
2019-Clemson 15 103 563 5.5 9 37.5
2020-Clemson 10 68 203 3 8 20.3

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/12/20-@ Wake Forest W 37 - 13 22/28 351 1 0 195.7 16 78.6
9/19/20-The Citadel W 49 - 0 8/9 168 3 0 355.7 21 88.9
10/03/20-Virginia W 41 - 23 25/38 329 3 0 164.6 13.2 65.8
10/10/20-Miami (FL) W 42 - 17 29/41 292 3 0 154.7 10.1 70.7
10/17/20-@ Georgia Tech W 73 - 7 24/32 404 5 1 226.4 16.8 75
10/24/20-Syracuse W 47 - 21 27/43 289 2 1 129.9 10.7 62.8
10/31/20-Boston College W 34 - 28 0/0 0 0 0
11/07/20-@ Notre Dame L 40 - 47 (2OT) 0/0 0 0 0
11/21/20-@ Florida St. - 0/0 0 0 0
11/28/20-Pittsburgh W 52 - 17 26/37 403 2 0 179.6 15.5 70.3
12/05/20-@ Virginia Tech W 45 - 10 12/22 195 1 1 134.9 16.3 54.5
12/19/20-Notre Dame
@ Charlotte, N.C.
W 34 - 10 25/36 322 2 1 157.4 12.9 69.4
1/01/21-Ohio St.
@ New Orleans, La.
L 28 - 49 33/48 400 2 1 148.3 12.1 68.8




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Justin Herbert, Oregon
  • '19 - Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
  • '18 - Josh Allen, Wyoming
2. BYU image Zach Wilson*, QB, BYU
Height: 6-3. Weight: 203.
Projected 40 Time: 4.79.
Projected Round (2021): Top-3.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: There is a lot to like about Wilson for the NFL. He has a live arm capable of making all the throws and an ability to push the ball downfield. In the short to intermediate part of the field, Wilson can spin the ball and fire some fastballs into tight windows. He also is capable of putting air under the ball to loft in touch passes.

Wilson is an accurate passer who displays quality footwork that leads to him tossing precision passes. He is not an elite runner for the next level in the mold of a Lamar Jackson, but he has mobility with some quickness and athleticism to buy time in the pocket and pick up some first downs on the ground. Some team sources compared Wilson's running ability and athleticism to Johnny Manziel's.

Wilson has some things to work on still, like any collegiate player. Speeding up his process and working through his progressions faster would help him to succeed at the pro level. There can be times at which he holds the ball too long, so he needs to get passes out more quickly. Wilson had the luxury of a good offensive line at BYU, with multiple players who will compete to make NFL rosters, but at the pro level, he should avoid putting as much pressure on his blockers against NFL pass rushers.

While Wilson has enough size to be a starting quarterback in NFL, it would be a good idea for him to add some weight to his frame to help him avoid injury at the pro level. Team sources say Wilson is confident and intelligent, plays tough, and inspires his teammates to play for him. On the negative side, they say Wilson comes from a very wealthy family and comes across as an entitled, selfish know-it-all - and his parents are a pain to deal with, though that is a common trait among quarterback prospects.

Team sources think Wilson will be the second quarterback selected in the 2021 NFL Draft and will high in the first round. Others think Wilson, in terms of being a prospect, ought to go late in the first round or early in the second round, but they know with the way quarterbacks are taken in NFL drafts, Wilson is very likely end up as a top-three pick.

8/29/20: NFL advance scouts put Wilson on their preseason watch list, so they saw enough on tape and on the field to believe that he has pro potential. Wilson threw the ball accurately over his first two years, but he needs to cut down on interceptions and show the ability to produce more points.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2018-Southern California 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2019-Southern California 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2020-Southern California 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2018-Southern California 0 0 0 0
2019-Southern California 1 0 0 0
2020-Southern California 1 0 0 0

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
11/07/20-Arizona St. W 28 - 27 0/0 0 0 0
11/14/20-@ Arizona W 34 - 30 0/0 0 0 0
11/21/20-@ Utah W 33 - 17 0/0 0 0 0
12/06/20-Washington St. W 38 - 13 0/0 0 0 0
12/12/20-@ UCLA W 43 - 38 0/0 0 0 0
12/18/20-Oregon L 24 - 31 0/0 0 0 0


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
  • '19 - Drew Lock, Missouri
  • '18 - Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
3. Ohio State image Justin Fields*, QB, Ohio State
Height: 6-3. Weight: 223.
Projected 40 Time: 4.49.
Projected Round (2021): Top-10.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Fields put together an excellent pro day workout that showed off his great speed, athleticism, and passing ability. After the trades of top-10 picks, Fields looks like a lock to go in the top 10 and could be a top-three pick.

Fields is a dynamic runner and athlete who a great skill set that includes a strong, accurate arm and some natural passing ability. He still needs a lot of work with pocket awareness. He has to improve passing the face of the rush, handling the blitz, taking check downs instead of forcing passes into coverage downfield, and anticipating receivers coming open rather than waiting to see them come open. That being said, Fields has a lot of talent to work with and is worthy of going as a top-10 pick.

Fields dominated Nebraska, Penn State and Rutgers in 2020 before coming through with one of the best games of his career to beat Clemson in the college football playoff. He had ugly games against Indiana and Northwestern, illustrating he needs development as a pocket passer. In 2020, Fields completed 70 percent of his passes in 2020 for 2,100 yards, 22 touchdowns and six interceptions. He had five rushing scores as well.

8/29/20: Fields has a dynamic skill set with natural passing ability and is a dangerous runner. He is an accurate quarterback with a strong arm, is aggressive to push the ball downfield, and is a playmaker with his feet. In speaking with some team sources, we agreed Fields looks like a bigger Deshaun Watson. Fields needs development and refinement. He especially needs to improve at executing when faced with heavy blitzes.

Fields was one of the top recruits in the nation alongside Trevor Lawrence. To start out his college career, Fields played at Georgia before transferring to Ohio State. In 2019, Fields took over as the Buckeyes' starting quarterback and dominated. The sophomore completed 67 percent of his passes on the season for 3,273 yards with 41 touchdowns and three interceptions. He also ran for 484 yards and 10 scores. In Fields' one season at Georgia, he was 27-of-39 for 328 yards with four touchdowns passing and four touchdowns rushing.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2018-Georgia 12 39 27 0 328 4 174 2.25 12.1 69.2 27
2019-Ohio St. 14 354 238 3 3273 41 181 17.00 13.8 67.2 234
2020-Ohio St. 8 225 158 6 2100 22 176 19.75 13.3 70.2 263

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2018-Georgia 12 42 266 6.3 4 22.2
2019-Ohio St. 14 137 484 3.5 10 34.6
2020-Ohio St. 8 81 383 4.7 5 47.9

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
10/24/20-Nebraska W 52 - 17 20/21 276 2 0 237.1 13.8 95.2
10/31/20-@ Penn St. W 38 - 25 28/34 318 4 0 199.7 11.4 82.4
11/07/20-Rutgers W 49 - 27 24/28 314 5 0 238.8 13.1 85.7
11/21/20-Indiana W 42 - 35 18/30 300 2 3 146 16.7 60
12/05/20-@ Michigan St. W 52 - 12 17/24 199 2 0 168 11.7 70.8
12/19/20-Northwestern
@ Indianapolis, IN
W 22 - 10 12/27 114 0 2 65.1 9.5 44.4
1/01/21-Clemson
@ New Orleans, La.
W 49 - 28 22/28 385 6 1 257.6 17.5 78.6
1/11/21-Alabama
@ Miami Gardens, FL
L 24 - 52 17/33 194 1 0 110.9 11.4 51.5


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Jordan Love, Utah State
  • '19 - Daniel Jones, Duke
  • '18 - Josh Rosen, UCLA
4. North Dakota State image Trey Lance**, QB, North Dakota State
Height: 6-3. Weight: 221.
Projected 40 Time: 4.65.
Projected Round (2021): Top 16-Pick.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: At the North Dakota State pro day, Lance had a quality outing but also missed a few throws. Lance's one game of the 2020 season was a mixed outing. He missed some throws and made some mistakes, but considering the rust factor, those issues were somewhat understandable. Lance completed 15-of-30 passes for 149 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He ran for 143 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries as well. After his one game, he announced he would enter the 2021 NFL Draft.

Lance will need a lot of practice time with pro coaches. He has a great skill set with arm strength, size, running ability, and upside. An AFC general manager said they think Lance is worthy of being a pick in the back half of the first round because he needs development, although he probably will go much higher out of team need. Lance will need a lot of work with reading defenses, working through progressions, and overall pocket passing. Here's a breakdown of Lance from one area scout: "He's big with a strong arm and is a good athlete, but he has no touch or feel as a passer. Lance reminds me of Jason Campbell."

8/29/20: Lance produced a huge redshirt freshman season in 2019, completing 67 percent of his passes for 2,786 yards with 28 touchdowns and zero interceptions. He also ran for 1,100 yards with 14 touchdowns on the ground - his rushing yardage was actually bigger, but college football deducts sack yardage from a quarterback's rushing totals.

From a skill-set perspective, Lance fits in with other other recent first-round prospects. His size, arm strength, running ability, and big-play potential are in line with other recent Thursday picks. As a passer, Lance definitely has next-level ability.

Lance has a strong arm capable of making all the throws for the pros. He shows the ability to fire fastballs to the sideline and has no problem airing out deep balls. Overall, Lance has good accuracy, and his deep-ball precision is very impressive. One of Lance's impressive traits from 2019, especially for such a young player, was his poise. Lance looked very calm in the pocket, and when the rush was closing around him, it seemed to be a non-factor for him.

In speaking to some team sources who saw Lance in person while scouting North Dakota State, they feel the potential is there for Lance, but they also need to see more before feeling he is worthy of being a high first-round pick. As of late August, North Dakota State is going to play one football game in the fall. Lance needs more experience and development, but most of the season is gone because foolish decision makers in college football were looking to protect their job security over considering the science that football players are more likely to die in a car accident driving to practice than from COVID-19.

"I think [Lance is] a very good player, but at that position, I'm a firm believer in body of work and he has a very small sample size at this point," said a national scout. "He's got tools to work, and he's not the first young pup to be pushed up. Every year there's someone, but we have to let it play out."

"Recent history has not been kind to the 1-year-wonder surge guys. It has not been ideal for the picks of guys like Mitch Trubisky, Blake Bortles, Dwayne Haskins, DeShone Kizer, Paxton Lynch, etc. At [Lance's] level of competition, you definitely want to have more than good season. I like him though, but not ready to crown him just yet."


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2018-North Dakota St. 2 1 1 0 12 0 201 0.50 12 100 6
2019-North Dakota St. 16 287 192 0 2786 28 181 12.00 14.5 66.9 174
2020-North Dakota St. 1 30 15 1 149 2 107 15.00 9.9 50 149

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2018-North Dakota St. 2 8 82 10.3 2 41
2019-North Dakota St. 16 169 1100 6.5 14 68.8
2020-North Dakota St. 1 15 143 9.5 2 143

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
10/03/20-Central Ark. W 39 - 28 15/30 149 2 1 107.1 9.9 50
2/21/21-Youngstown St. - 0/0 0 0 0
2/27/21-@ Southern Ill. - 0/0 0 0 0
3/06/21-@ Missouri St. - 0/0 0 0 0
3/13/21-Illinois St. - 0/0 0 0 0
3/20/21-North Dakota - 0/0 0 0 0
3/27/21-@ South Dakota - 0/0 0 0 0
4/03/21-South Dakota St. - 0/0 0 0 0
4/10/21-@ UNI - 0/0 0 0 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Jacob Eason, Washington
  • '19 - Ryan Finley, N.C. State
  • '18 - Lamar Jackson, Louisville
5. Alabama image Mac Jones*, QB, Alabama
Height: 6-2. Weight: 205.
Projected 40 Time: 4.88.
Projected Round (2021): 1-2.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Jones cruised over Florida, Missouri, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State and Notre Dame in 2020. Taking on a good Georgia defense, Jones threw for over 400 yards to get the Crimson Tide a huge win. He was a decisive passer, showing a quality arm, some accuracy, and good decision-making. As is so often the case with players from Alabama, Jones benefited from a great supporting cast and extra media attention. Jones was then the best quarterback at the Senior Bowl practices and had a quality showing at his pro day.

Late in 2020, WalterFootball.com sought opinions on Jones from five different teams regarding the 2021 NFL Draft. Three had a fourth-round grade on Jones, one had him on the bubble between Rounds 2 and 3, and one team gave him a second-round grade. An AFC general manager said the second round was too high for Jones, calling him a mid-round talent, so opinions vary on Jones across the league. Some in the media are projecting him to go in the first round, so perhaps there are teams that have a first-round grade on Jones.

"[Jones is] a stronger-armed Jake Fromm," said one area scout. "He distributes the ball well to all those great weapons. Jones has some ability. His arm is good enough, a little stronger than Jake's. Mac can anticipate, and sees the field well. I think he could have a career in the NFL similar to Matt Barkley."

Another team source who graded Jones in the fourth round said they felt he was a shorter A.J. McCarron. Similar to McCarron, Jones was surrounded with a phenomenal set of wide receivers, a tough offensive line with future early-round picks, and a dynamic running game. Team sources say Jones did a good job of managing the game and getting the ball to his playmakers.

The Colts' scouting department, led by general manager Chris Ballard and director of college scouting Morocco Brown, is one of the best in the league for evaluating talent for the next level, and they opted to try to salvage Carson Wentz rather than draft Jones, so that is a consideration regarding Jones' projection.

8/29/20: Jones had some good moments in backup duty in 2019 after Tua Tagovailoa went out for the year with his hip injury. Jones could be a riser as Alabama has a lot of talent around him.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2017-Alabama 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2018-Alabama 14 13 5 0 123 1 143 0.36 24.6 38.5 9
2019-Alabama 12 141 97 3 1503 14 187 8.08 15.5 68.8 125
2020-Alabama 13 402 311 4 4500 41 203 23.92 14.5 77.4 346

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2017-Alabama 0 0 0 0
2018-Alabama 14 3 -8 -2.7 0 -.6
2019-Alabama 12 16 36 2.3 1 3
2020-Alabama 13 35 14 .4 1 1.1

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/26/20-@ Missouri W 38 - 19 18/24 249 2 0 189.7 13.8 75
10/03/20-Texas A&M W 52 - 24 20/27 435 4 1 250.9 21.8 74.1
10/10/20-@ Ole Miss W 63 - 48 28/32 417 2 0 217.6 14.9 87.5
10/17/20-Georgia W 41 - 24 24/32 417 4 1 219.5 17.4 75
10/24/20-@ Tennessee W 48 - 17 25/31 387 0 0 185.5 15.5 80.6
10/31/20-Mississippi St. W 41 - 0 24/31 291 4 0 198.9 12.1 77.4
11/21/20-Kentucky W 63 - 3 16/24 230 2 1 166.3 14.4 66.7
11/28/20-Auburn W 42 - 13 18/26 302 5 0 230.3 16.8 69.2
12/05/20-@ LSU W 55 - 17 20/28 385 4 0 234.1 19.3 71.4
12/12/20-@ Arkansas W 52 - 3 24/29 208 0 0 143 8.7 82.8
12/19/20-Florida
@ Atlanta, GA
W 52 - 46 33/43 418 5 1 192.1 12.7 76.7
1/01/21-Notre Dame
@ Arlington, Texas
W 31 - 14 25/30 297 4 0 210.5 11.9 83.3
1/11/21-Ohio St.
@ Miami Gardens, FL
W 52 - 24 36/45 464 5 0 203.3 12.9 80


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Jake Fromm, Georgia
  • '19 - Clayton Thorson, Northwestern
  • '18 - Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State
6. Florida image Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
Height: 6-5. Weight: 239.
Projected 40 Time: 4.8.
Projected Round (2021): 2-4.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Trask put together an excellent 2020, dominating Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas, plus also carrying Florida to a win over Georgia in which he threw for almost 500 yards. He also was very good against Alabama in the SEC Championship, throwing for over 400 yards and three touchdowns - plus rushing for another two. Trask's lone bad game of 2020 was against Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl, but he was playing without his top-three receivers and star tight end Kyle Pitts. An ankle injury during training cost Trask participating in the Senior Bowl practices.

Three directors of college scouting and a national scout told WalterFootball.com that Trask is a better pocket passer than Justin Fields, in part because Trask lacks mobility, so he has developed good pocket awareness by default. An AFC general manager told me they think Trask will be a second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Trask has serious pocket-passing ability for the NFL. He is very accurate in terms of impressive ball placement, timing, field vision, and decision-making. Helped by a powerful arm capable of making touch passes, Trask put on display some natural passing ability in every game of 2020. Trask's lack of mobility and teams viewing him as a statue in the pocket are hurting him, but some team sources think Trask could be a riser in the interviews. It would help to show better-than-expected athleticism at the Florida pro day.

8/29/20: Florida's offense improved in 2019 when Trask replaced Feleipe Franks. Trask could have beaten out Franks for the job a year earlier if it weren't for an injury suffered in practice after a hit by Jabari Zuniga. In 2019, Trask made good decisions as a passer and was efficient to distribute the ball to a deep group of receivers.

Trask has a thick build, a strong arm, good height and pocket presence, plus draws rave reviews for his character and work ethic. Trask could be a riser in 2020 now that he has more experience and more tutelage from quarterback expert Dan Mullen.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2016-Florida 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2017-Florida 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2018-Florida 4 22 14 0 162 1 140 3.50 11.6 63.6 41
2019-Florida 12 354 237 7 2941 25 156 19.75 12.4 66.9 245
2020-Florida 12 437 301 8 4283 43 180 25.08 14.2 68.9 357

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2016-Florida 1 0 0 0
2017-Florida 0 0 0 0
2018-Florida 4 5 -4 -.8 1 -1
2019-Florida 12 63 8 .1 4 .7
2020-Florida 12 64 50 .8 3 4.2

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/26/20-@ Ole Miss W 51 - 35 30/42 416 6 0 201.8 13.9 71.4
10/03/20-South Carolina W 38 - 24 21/29 268 4 1 188.7 12.8 72.4
10/10/20-@ Texas A&M L 38 - 41 23/32 312 4 0 195 13.6 71.9
10/31/20-Missouri W 41 - 17 21/36 345 4 1 169.9 16.4 58.3
11/07/20-Georgia
@ Jacksonville, FL
W 44 - 28 30/43 474 4 1 188.4 15.8 69.8
11/14/20-Arkansas W 63 - 35 23/29 356 6 0 250.7 15.5 79.3
11/21/20-@ Vanderbilt W 38 - 17 26/35 383 3 0 194.5 14.7 74.3
11/28/20-Kentucky W 34 - 10 21/27 256 3 0 194.1 12.2 77.8
12/05/20-@ Tennessee W 31 - 19 35/49 433 4 0 172.6 12.4 71.4
12/12/20-LSU L 34 - 37 29/47 474 2 2 152 16.3 61.7
12/19/20-Alabama
@ Atlanta, GA
L 46 - 52 26/40 408 3 0 175.4 15.7 65
12/30/20-Oklahoma
@ Arlington, Texas
L 20 - 55 16/28 158 0 3 83.1 9.9 57.1


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma
  • '19 - Will Grier, West Virginia
  • '18 - Luke Falk, Washington State
7. Texas A&M image Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
Height: 6-4. Weight: 225.
Projected 40 Time: 4.71.
Projected Round (2021): 3-5.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Mond improved in 2020, showing more accuracy. He had mixed outings versus Alabama and Vanderbilt, making some beautiful passes and struggling at other times. He had a huge game against Florida to lead the Aggies to a fourth-quarter comeback win, but the inconsistency makes Mond a challenging evaluation. He had a solid week of practice at Senior Bowl to help himself, but teams are lukewarm about him overall.

Some see him as a poor man's Colin Kaepernick, and others think he is a better version of Josh Dobbs. That could put Mond as a mid-round-backup type for the NFL. Some team sources said they gave Mond a third-round grade, but others have him graded on Day 3. Mond will probably go in the early rounds of the third day of the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Evaluators like Mond's size, arm and athleticism. He needs to continue to improve his accuracy, as that was a big concern for NFL teams heading into his senior year. Mond has shown progress with coaching, but a lot of scouts are skeptical.

Mond had a mixed 2019 season. There were ugly games against Clemson and LSU to bookend the year. He had mixed outings versus Auburn and Georgia, and then very good games against Alabama and Mississippi State that demonstrated significant improvement. Sources from a handful of teams all believed Mond was best off returning for his senior year to develop under Jimbo Fisher before going pro.

In 2019, Mond completed 62 percent of his passes for 2,897 yards with 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions while running for 500 yards and eight touchdowns. He displayed improvement in his accuracy, foot work, decision-making, and composure during the course of the season, but he still has a ways to go for the NFL. In 2018, Mond completed 57 percent of his passes for 3,107 yards with 24 touchdowns versus nine interceptions.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2017-Texas A&M 11 227 117 6 1375 8 109 10.64 11.8 51.5 125
2018-Texas A&M 13 415 238 9 3107 24 135 18.31 13.1 57.3 239
2019-Texas A&M 13 419 258 9 2897 20 131 19.85 11.2 61.6 223
2020-Texas A&M 10 297 188 3 2282 19 147 18.80 12.1 63.3 228

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2017-Texas A&M 11 89 340 3.8 3 30.9
2018-Texas A&M 13 149 474 3.2 7 36.5
2019-Texas A&M 13 126 500 4 8 38.5
2020-Texas A&M 10 74 294 4 4 29.4

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/26/20-Vanderbilt W 17 - 12 17/28 189 1 0 129.2 11.1 60.7
10/03/20-@ Alabama L 24 - 52 25/44 318 3 1 135.5 12.7 56.8
10/10/20-Florida W 41 - 38 25/35 338 3 0 180.8 13.5 71.4
10/17/20-@ Mississippi St. W 28 - 14 13/23 139 2 1 127.3 10.7 56.5
10/31/20-Arkansas W 42 - 31 21/26 260 3 0 202.9 12.4 80.8
11/07/20-@ South Carolina W 48 - 3 16/26 224 4 0 184.7 14 61.5
11/21/20-Ole Miss - 0/0 0 0 0
11/28/20-LSU W 20 - 7 11/34 105 0 0 58.3 9.5 32.4
12/05/20-@ Auburn W 31 - 20 18/23 196 2 0 178.5 10.9 78.3
12/19/20-@ Tennessee W 34 - 13 26/32 281 1 1 159.1 10.8 81.2
1/02/21-North Carolina
@ Miami Gardens, FL
W 41 - 27 16/26 232 0 0 136.5 14.5 61.5


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - James Morgan, Florida International
  • '19 - Jarrett Stidham, Auburn
  • '18 - Kyle Lauletta, Richmond
8. Stanford image Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
Height: 6-4. Weight: 214.
Projected 40 Time: 4.89.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Mills had a good pro day, showing off a quality arm and athleticism to go with good size, which has generated a media buzz. Mills missed the start of the Pac-12's season due to a COVID-19 positive test. He completed over 66 percent of his passes for 1,508 yards, seven scores and three picks. He also had 37 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. Mills could have gone back to Stanford, but decided to enter the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: Mills was in and out of the lineup for Stanford in 2019, but he flashed some potential with the ability to improve as he gains experience. It will be interesting to see how Mills develops as the full-time starter.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2017-Stanford 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2018-Stanford 1 2 0 0 0 0 0.00
2019-Stanford 8 241 158 5 1960 11 145 19.75 12.4 65.6 245
2020-Stanford 4 148 97 0 1076 4 136 24.25 11.1 65.5 269

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2017-Stanford 0 0 0 0
2018-Stanford 1 1 5 5 0 5
2019-Stanford 8 32 44 1.4 0 5.5
2020-Stanford 4 22 25 1.1 3 6.3

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
11/07/20-@ Oregon L 14 - 35 0/0 0 0 0
11/14/20-Colorado L 32 - 35 31/56 327 1 0 110.3 10.5 55.4
11/27/20-@ California W 24 - 23 24/32 205 1 0 139.1 8.5 75
12/05/20-@ Washington W 31 - 26 20/30 252 1 0 148.2 12.6 66.7
12/12/20-@ Oregon St. W 27 - 24 22/30 292 1 0 166.1 13.3 73.3
12/19/20-@ UCLA - 0/0 0 0 0


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Jake Luton, Oregon State
  • '19 - Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt
  • '18 - Chase Litton, Marshall
9. Wake Forest image Jamie Newman, QB, Wake Forest
Height: 6-4. Weight: 230.
Projected 40 Time: 4.65.
Projected Round (2021): 4-6.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Newman skipped the 2020 season in favor of preparing for the 2021 NFL Draft. His decision to opt out is probably going to cause him to slide. Newman fell under the radar while Zach Wilson, Kyle Trask and Mac Jones helped themselves while dominating the competition in 2020. At the Senior Bowl, Newman had a bad final day of practice and struggled in the actual game. He could fall deep into the third day of the 2021 NFL Draft.

8/29/20: After the 2019 season, Newman decided to transfer to Georgia from Wake Forest rather than enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Newman created a buzz in the scouting community in the fall of 2019 as a legit pro prospect for the next level. Newman is a dual-threat quarterback with running and passing talent to challenge defenses. He has quality size with a live arm and athleticism. Newman has shown a lot of upside to develop for the pro ranks and going to Georgia could help that.

Newman has to get better at working through his progressions, seeing the field, and his footwork. Some team sources think Newman would have been a second-day pick if he entered the 2020 NFL Draft, but they thought he was wise to go back for his senior year instead.

Newman completed 61 percent of his passes in 2019 for 2,868 yards with 26 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He also has six rushing touchdowns with 464 yards on the ground. In 2018, Newman completed 60 percent of his passes for 1,083 yards with nine touchdowns and four interceptions.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2017-Wake Forest 3 4 2 1 8 0 17 0.67 4 50 3
2018-Wake Forest 6 141 84 4 1083 9 139 14.00 12.9 59.6 181
2019-Wake Forest 12 361 220 11 2868 26 145 18.33 13 60.9 239
2017-Wake Forest 3 4 2 1 8 0 17 0.67 4 50 3
2018-Wake Forest 6 141 84 4 1083 9 139 14.00 12.9 59.6 181
2019-Wake Forest 12 361 220 11 2868 26 145 18.33 13 60.9 239

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2017-Wake Forest 3 1 5 5 0 1.7
2018-Wake Forest 6 64 247 3.9 4 41.2
2019-Wake Forest 12 180 574 3.2 6 47.8
2017-Wake Forest 3 1 5 5 0 1.7
2018-Wake Forest 6 64 247 3.9 4 41.2
2019-Wake Forest 12 180 574 3.2 6 47.8

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/12/20-Clemson L 13 - 37 0/0 0 0 0
9/19/20-@ NC State L 42 - 45 0/0 0 0 0
10/02/20-Campbell W 66 - 14 0/0 0 0 0
10/17/20-Virginia W 40 - 23 0/0 0 0 0
10/24/20-Virginia Tech W 23 - 16 0/0 0 0 0
10/31/20-@ Syracuse W 38 - 14 0/0 0 0 0
11/14/20-@ North Carolina L 53 - 59 0/0 0 0 0
11/21/20-@ Duke - 0/0 0 0 0
12/05/20-Miami (FL) - 0/0 0 0 0
12/12/20-@ Louisville L 21 - 45 0/0 0 0 0
12/19/20-Florida St. - 0/0 0 0 0
9/12/20-Clemson L 13 - 37 0/0 0 0 0
9/19/20-@ NC State L 42 - 45 0/0 0 0 0
10/02/20-Campbell W 66 - 14 0/0 0 0 0
10/17/20-Virginia W 40 - 23 0/0 0 0 0
10/24/20-Virginia Tech W 23 - 16 0/0 0 0 0
10/31/20-@ Syracuse W 38 - 14 0/0 0 0 0
11/14/20-@ North Carolina L 53 - 59 0/0 0 0 0
11/21/20-@ Duke - 0/0 0 0 0
12/05/20-Miami (FL) - 0/0 0 0 0
12/12/20-@ Louisville L 21 - 45 0/0 0 0 0
12/30/20-Wisconsin
@ Charlotte, NC
L 28 - 42 0/0 0 0 0




Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Nick Tiano, Chattanooga
  • '19 - Tyree Jackson, Buffalo
  • '18 - Mike White, Western Kentucky
10. Arkansas image Feleipe Franks, QB, Arkansas
Height: 6-5. Weight: 227.
Projected 40 Time: 4.83.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Franks has a big arm, good size, and can occasionally make a beautiful pass. However, he can be slow reading the field, is inconsistent with his mechanics and accuracy, and does not offer running ability for the next level. Franks looks like a late-round pick or undrafted free agent who could compete to be a third quarterback on a pro roster. He should have taken advantage of another year of eligibility, but he decided to enter the 2021 NFL Draft.

Franks struggled in the 2020 season opener against Georgia, but he bounced back and played well to lead Arkansas to upset Mississippi State. Franks then almost beat Auburn and played well in a loss to Texas A&M.

8/29/20: Franks has a cannon for an arm to go along with big size. He struggles with consistency as a passer, as he can get into funks of inaccuracy, poor decision-making, and not seeing the field that well. Franks needs a big season at Arkansas to be more than a late-round or undrafted free agent in the 2021 NFL Draft.



Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Steven Montez, Colorado
  • '19 - Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut State
  • '18 - Alex McGough, Florida International
11. Northwestern image Peyton Ramsey, QB, Northwestern
Height: 6-2. Weight: 220.
Projected 40 Time: 4.77.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Ramsey was a gutsy signal-caller who pushed his team to the Big Ten Championship in 2020. He flashed a quality arm with passing ability as a senior, but also threw the ball well as a sophomore and junior. Over the past three seasons, Ramsey was held back by a lack of talent at receiver, but he was a steadily productive player for the Wildcats.

Ramsey scored a 30 on his Wonderlic test, and that would have put him among the top-three scoring quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft class. Teams love Ramsey's intangibles to go along with his intelligence, and he could end being a solid backup quarterback in the NFL. Ramsey had a good pro day workout and showed better-than-expected athletic numbers.



Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Nate Stanley, Iowa
  • '19 - Brett Rypien, Boise State
  • '18 - Nic Shimonek, Texas Tech
12. Texas image Sam Ehlinger, QB, Texas
Height: 6-3. Weight: 230.
Projected 40 Time: 4.74.
Projected Round (2021): 5-7.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Ehlinger made some nice throws in 2020, but he still showed some issues thriving as a pocket passer. For the NFL, he looks limited to being a career backup quarterback, similar to a Jeff Driskel. Ehlinger suffered a sprained shoulder in the Alamo Bowl. He then participated in the Senior Bowl, where he didn't impress or help his draft grade.

8/29/20: Ehlinger's best asset could be his feet and running ability, but that will be diminished by NFL defenders. There are some throws that he struggles to make due to his inconsistent field vision. Thus, Ehlinger looks more like a mid-round backup. He is more of a running quarterback and has drawn some comparisons to Tim Tebow for his style of play. Ehlinger was wise to return for his senior year to improve before going pro.

Ehlinger was improved in 2018, displaying more skills as a pocket passer and improved accuracy. He competed 65 percent of his passes on the year for 3,292 yards with 25 touchdowns and five interceptions. That was a big jump from the previous year with 58 percent completed for 1,915 yards with 11 touchdowns and seven interceptions. In 2019, Ehlinger completed 65 percent of his passes for 3,663 yards with 32 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2017-Texas 9 275 158 7 1915 11 124 17.56 12.1 57.5 213
2018-Texas 14 425 275 5 3292 25 147 19.64 12 64.7 235
2019-Texas 13 454 296 10 3663 32 152 22.77 12.4 65.2 282
2020-Texas 9 306 184 5 2406 25 150 20.44 13.1 60.1 267

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2017-Texas 9 114 385 3.4 2 42.8
2018-Texas 14 164 482 2.9 16 34.4
2019-Texas 13 163 663 4.1 7 51
2020-Texas 9 108 382 3.5 8 42.4

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/12/20-UTEP W 59 - 3 25/33 426 5 0 234.2 17 75.8
9/26/20-@ Texas Tech W 63 - 56 (1OT) 27/40 262 5 1 158.8 9.7 67.5
10/03/20-TCU L 31 - 33 17/36 236 4 1 133.4 13.9 47.2
10/10/20-Oklahoma
@ Dallas, Texas
L 45 - 53 (4OT) 30/53 287 2 2 107 9.6 56.6
10/24/20-Baylor W 27 - 16 15/23 270 1 1 169.5 18 65.2
10/31/20-@ Oklahoma St. W 41 - 34 (1OT) 18/34 169 3 0 123.8 9.4 52.9
11/07/20-West Virginia W 17 - 13 15/31 184 2 0 119.5 12.3 48.4
11/27/20-Iowa St. L 20 - 23 17/29 298 1 0 156.3 17.5 58.6
12/05/20-@ Kansas St. W 69 - 31 20/27 274 2 0 183.8 13.7 74.1


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Anthony Gordon, Washington State
  • '19 - Easton Stick, North Dakota State
  • '18 - Tanner Lee, Nebraska
13. Mississippi State image K.J. Costello, QB, Mississippi State
Height: 6-5. Weight: 215.
Projected 40 Time: 4.9.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Costello made some beautiful throws downfield in the 2020 season opener, tearing up a talented LSU defense. He made a few bad passes, but overall, he was very good in leading the Bulldogs to a road win. Costello completed 36-of-60 passes for 623 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions.

However, Costello then threw three interceptions against Arkansas and four interceptions against Kentucky. After he continued his turnover streak against Texas A&M, Costello was benched for a time. He continued to struggle after returning to the lineup.

Costello would be fortunate to get drafted, but he could be a worthy undrafted free agent signing to be a fourth quarterback in training camp and potential practice squad player as a rookie.

8/29/20: Costello transferred to Mississippi State and will be blessed with working with passing guru Mike Leach. It will be interesting to see how Costello improves under Leach's tutelage. In 2019 for Stanford, Costello completed 61 percent of his passes for 1,038 yards with six touchdowns and three interceptions. He missed the majority of Stanford's games in 2019 and stopped playing in early November.

Costello has quality size to him with a nice arm and has experience operating in a pro-style offense. He really improved in 2018, his second year of extensive playing time, completing 65.1 percent of his passes for 3,540 yards with 29 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He completed 59 percent of his passes in 2017 for 1,573 yards with 14 touchdowns and four interceptions.

There are definitely some strengths for Costello as it relates to translating to the NFL. He has good size with a decent arm and pocket presence. Costello stands tall in the face of a rush using pocket presence to hang tough with defenders closing around him. Costello flashes some accuracy throwing into coverage, tossing some well-located passes that allow his receivers to make catches even when they are closely covered. Costello also displays a pretty good understanding of where his receivers are and executing the offense.

There definitely are areas for improvement that he needs to work on for the NFL. Costello definitely has to quicken his passing process. He needs to get faster at reading the defense, working through his progressions, and getting the ball out. There are times when he is too slow to pull the trigger, which allows the defense to close on the backend. Costello has to improve his field vision to work through his reads.

From a mechanics perspective, Costello can be a bit wooden and could stand to improve his release. He can get long at times and could stand to get more compact and quicker. His feet also can get out of whack, and improving his feet would allow him to be more accurate with his ball location. While he will use his feet to buy some time or pick up yards on the ground, he is not a running threat for the NFL. He will have to succeed as a pure pocket passer to make it at the next level. He will never be a quarterback who is a real threat to buy a lot of time with his feet, dodge pass rushers, or pick up yards on the ground.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2017-Stanford 11 211 124 4 1573 14 139 11.27 12.7 58.8 143
2018-Stanford 13 413 269 11 3540 29 155 20.69 13.2 65.1 272
2019-Stanford 5 167 102 3 1038 6 122 20.40 10.2 61.1 208
2020-Mississippi St. 5 207 134 10 1283 6 117 26.80 9.6 64.7 257

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2017-Stanford 11 28 92 3.3 3 8.4
2018-Stanford 13 42 -20 -.5 0 -1.5
2019-Stanford 5 18 24 1.3 0 4.8
2020-Mississippi St. 5 24 -65 -2.7 0 -13

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/26/20-@ LSU W 44 - 34 36/60 623 5 2 168.1 17.3 60
10/03/20-Arkansas L 14 - 21 43/59 313 1 3 112.9 7.3 72.9
10/10/20-@ Kentucky L 2 - 24 36/55 232 0 4 86.3 6.4 65.5
10/17/20-Texas A&M L 14 - 28 15/22 99 0 1 96.9 6.6 68.2
10/31/20-@ Alabama L 0 - 41 4/11 16 0 0 48.6 4 36.4
11/07/20-Vanderbilt W 24 - 17 0/0 0 0 0
11/21/20-@ Georgia L 24 - 31 0/0 0 0 0
11/28/20-@ Ole Miss L 24 - 31 0/0 0 0 0
12/12/20-Auburn L 10 - 24 0/0 0 0 0
12/19/20-Missouri - 0/0 0 0 0


Previous Seasons

  • '20 - Khalil Tate, Arizona
  • '19 - Trace McSorley, Penn State
  • '18 - Kurt Benkert, Virginia
14. Notre Dame image Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame
Height: 6-0. Weight: 212.
Projected 40 Time: 4.95.
Projected Round (2021): 6-FA.
View Ranking History

4/6/21: Book played well overall for the Fighting Irish in 2020. He was a reliable passer and game manager, leading Notre Dame to some tough wins. Book is similar to former Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees, Book's offensive coordinator. Both are good college quarterbacks who lack NFL skill sets. Book could have returned to Notre Dame for next season, but he decided to enter the 2021 NFL Draft. Book did not impress teams at the Senior Bowl.

8/29/20: In 2019, Book was an efficient passer and point producer for Notre Dame. He does not have the skill set to become an early-round prospect for the next level.


Career Passing Stats

Season G Att Com Int Yds TDs Eff Com/G Yds/C Pct Yds/G
2016-Notre Dame 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.00
2017-Notre Dame 10 75 46 4 456 4 119 4.60 9.9 61.3 46
2018-Notre Dame 12 314 214 7 2628 19 154 17.83 12.3 68.2 219
2019-Notre Dame 13 399 240 6 3034 34 149 18.46 12.6 60.2 233
2020-Notre Dame 10 286 181 2 2382 15 149 18.10 13.2 63.3 238

Career Rushing Stats

Season Games Att Yds Yds/Rsh TDs Yds/Game
2016-Notre Dame 1 0 0 0
2017-Notre Dame 10 37 207 5.6 0 20.7
2018-Notre Dame 12 95 280 3 4 23.3
2019-Notre Dame 13 112 546 4.9 4 42
2020-Notre Dame 10 91 465 5.1 8 46.5

Passing Stats Game Log

Game Result Comp/Att Yds TDs Int Eff Yds/Comp Pct
9/12/20-Duke W 27 - 13 19/31 263 1 1 136.8 13.8 61.3
9/19/20-South Fla. W 52 - 0 12/19 144 0 0 126.8 12 63.2
10/10/20-Florida St. W 42 - 26 16/25 201 2 0 157.9 12.6 64
10/17/20-Louisville W 12 - 7 11/19 106 0 0 104.8 9.6 57.9
10/24/20-@ Pittsburgh W 45 - 3 16/30 312 3 0 173.7 19.5 53.3
10/31/20-@ Georgia Tech W 31 - 13 18/26 199 1 0 146.2 11.1 69.2
11/07/20-Clemson W 47 - 40 (2OT) 22/39 310 1 0 131.6 14.1 56.4
11/14/20-@ Boston College W 45 - 31 20/27 283 3 0 198.8 14.2 74.1
11/27/20-@ North Carolina W 31 - 17 23/33 279 1 0 150.7 12.1 69.7
12/05/20-Syracuse W 45 - 21 24/37 285 3 1 150.9 11.9 64.9
12/19/20-Clemson
@Charlotte, NC
- 0/0 0 0 0






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