Breaking Down Record-Breaking QB Aaron Murray as a 2014 NFL Draft Prospect

October 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Georgia senior quarterback Aaron Murray is in his fourth consecutive season as one of the best passers in college football. He is one of the most prolific passers in college football history, but his collegiate success may not necessarily translate into a prolific career in the National Football League.
Murray furthered his place in college football history on Oct. 5, breaking the Southeastern Conference record for career passing yards when he eclipsed 11,600 career yards in Georgia’s 34-31 overtime victory against Tennessee.
Following Saturday’s game versus Missouri, Murray also has 112 career touchdowns, five short of former Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel’s conference record. He is also less than 100 yards short of breaking former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow’s SEC record for total offense.
NFL scouts—or at least those who play scouts in the media—have had their eyes on Murray since 2011. He was eligible for the 2012 NFL dr...

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