Tommy Stevens of Mississippi State
Tommy Stevens will be the focus of most scouts because of his playing in the SEC. He fits the prototypical modern NFL QB, standing 6-foot-5 and weighing in at a burly 235 pounds. He will, most likely, be the starting East quarterback. Stevens had a good 2019 season at Mississippi State.
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He is not the typical pocket passer, despite his size. While he does not take off running wreklessly, he is a dual -threat QB who can hurt defenses with his legs as well as his arm. His first three seasons were spent as the backup QB at Penn State University.
Stevens transferred from Penn State for the 2019 season, landing at Mississippi State University . He took advantage of getting the starting nod for State. He threw for 1155 yards with 11 touchdowns for a quarterback rating of 136.8. He also rushed 83 times for 381 yards, good for a 4.6 yards per carry average.