Brad Sorensen Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Southern Utah QB

April 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL quarterbacks can come from anywhere, even the remote reaches of the desert of southern Utah desert.
The NFL is changing, but Brad Sorensen possesses two attributes the pros have always loved at quarterback: size and arm strength. Is there enough there for Sorensen to hear his name called in Radio City Music Hall?
The ball gets downfield in a hurry when it comes out of Sorensen's hand, even though he doesn't appear to exert a lot of energy when he throws. He can get the ball on a line to a receiver running a deep out, and he isn't afraid to throw to receivers in tight coverage downfield and give them a chance to make a play. Sorensen will throw the ball into small windows, and he can make a stick throw when he wants to.
Sorensen moves well enough for a big enough, including in the pocket. He can sense pressure but doesn't get rattled by it. He scans and processes the field quickly and resets his feet as he goes through his progressions. ...

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