Quarterback Film Notes: East-West Shrine Game


BJ Coleman - Tennessee-Chattanooga

The following notes of note are snippets that were taken at live practices, practice tape and game tape. Ourlads NFL Scouting Services studied over 600 players from seven college all-star games. The East-West Shrine Game: John Brantley (Florida) – 6025, 219. Has a long delivery which keeps him from hitting small areas in coverage. Struggled with his footwork. Lacks big arm strength to play on Sunday. Inconsistent accuracy. Austin Davis (Southern Mississippi) – 6013, 218, big hands 10 1/8”. Lacks the arm strength for velocity on 18-yard comebacks, but can throw the quick slants. Former walk-on with good intangibles. BJ Coleman (Tennessee- Chattanooga) – 6031, 234. Has the size and arm strength to be a third quarterback on an NFL roster. Needs work on his accuracy, footwork, and overall consistency. Tyler Hansen (Colorado) – 6004, 222. Was inconsistent throwing during the week. His arm strength and accuracy are in the free agent category. Good athletic ability. Chandler Harnish (Northern Illinois) – 6014, 219. A play action, move outside the pocket type quarterback. Strong enough to shed and break tackles. Can throw well on the run with bootlegs and waggles. Dan Persa (Northwestern) – 5111, 212. Smart with good intangibles. Good anticipation to drive the ball on post routes. Good under pressure.

Dan Persa - Northwestern






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