NOTE: Small School players UNRATED (99 or 999 rating) are autonumbered to fill in below the top 10-20 per position below. They will fall into place once rated within the total number of players each season. The higher the number, the better chance the player has to being drafted and/or signed. Click player name for profile in separate window. Click College to view Draftees by College. Use the next & previous links to cycle through all players per position, currently showing the top 50 per position. * - Underclassman Last Updated: 06/13/13 - Updates in Progress... - 5 Year Draft Average for FCS school prospects is (18 per Draft), 2010-19, 2009-15, 2008-24, 2007-16, 2006-16, 2005-16, 2004-12, [(11) total drafted in top 100, rounds 1-3...(2) FCS day one prospects per draft on 5-year average]
John Skelton heading into Senior season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2008: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 58-85-1.5-2; Pass: 372-228-61.3-2605-15-7; Ranked second in the Patriot League in passing average (236.8 yards/game) and total offense (244.5). 2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 96-275-2.9-6; Pass: 383-216-56.4-2650-22-11; Earned Second Team All-Patriot League honors… ranked second in the Patriot League in passing yards per game and total offense… completed 25 of 46 passes for 281 yards and three touchdowns (3, 19 and 11 yards) while also rushing for two one-yard scores in the NCAA FCS playoff game at Massachusetts… the five touchdowns responsible for set a Patriot League playoff record… connected on 19 of 26 passes for 323 yards and two scores (37 and 51 yards) in the win at Lafayette… named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week following the Lafayette game… was 17 of 29 for 217 yards and two touchdowns (16 and 14 yards) and rushed 14 times for 69 yards and one score (15 yards) in the win at Colgate… named Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week following the Colgate game. 2006: 9 GP; 7 GS; Rush: 56-83-1.5-1; Pass: 167-74-44.3-960-6-8; Appeared in nine games as a freshman quarterback, starting seven…connected on 11 of 21 passes for 160 yards and one touchdown (26 yards) and gained 25 yards rushing in the Duquesne game; named Patriot League Rookie of the Week.. Scored the winning touchdown against Marist on a one-yard lunge. Personal: Younger brother, Stephen, who is a receiver with the Rams.
Matt Nichols heading into Senior season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2007: Was the Big Sky Conference Offensive MVP, the fourth time in the last six seasons an Eastern quarterback has won that honor…Also earned first team All-Big Sky honors…Started all 13 Eastern games at quarterback…finished his 2007 season ranked in the top eight in three statistical categories in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision…He was eighth in FCS in passing efficiency rating (156.5), fifth in passing offense (288.0) and fifth in total offense (318.2) to lead the Big Sky in all three categories…passed for 3,744 yards, 34 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 2007 after having 17 interceptions (equaling a school record) and eight touchdowns as a redshirt freshman…Among the five school records he set in 2007, he broke the school record of 31 touchdown passes set by Erik Meyer in 2004…also broke the school's single season rushing record for quarterbacks as he finished with 392 to break the record of 275 set by Mark Laitala… 2006: Started Eastern's last 10 games at quarterback…2005: Redshirted.
Ryan Perrilloux heading into Senior season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite (10 pounds lighter at weigh-in than listed playing weight)…2008: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 117-368-3.1-7; Pass: 297-187-63-2318-19-13; Second team All Ohio-Valley, All-Newcomer team. Dismissed from LSU before 2008 season due to multiple violations of team rules, including a reported failed drug test, suspension for missing classes and team meetings. He was arrested for entering a casino with a fake ID, and was involved in a fight but was cleared. 2007: 11 GP; 2 GS; Rush: 52-207-4-2; Pass: 75-51-68-694-8-2. Played in 12 games with two starts … Helped put LSU in the 2007 BCS National Championship game by stepping in for an injured Matt Flynn in the SEC title game and leading the Tigers to a 21-14 win over Tennessee; Named MVP after connecting on 20 of 30 passes for 243 yards and a touchdown in the win … Other start came against Middle Tennessee State as he connected on 20 of his 25 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns with an interception. 2006: 5 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 3-13-4.3-0; Pass: 4-1-25-10-0-0; Saw clean up duty at quarterback during his redshirt freshman season. 2005: Redshirted as a true freshman.
Dominic Randolph heading into Senior season: Patriot League approved the player’s application for a medical redshirt and the Holy Cross record-setter will return for a fifth season...
2007: 11 GP; 11 GS; Rush: 51-137-2.7-4; Pass: 482-297-61.6-3604-30-8; First team All-Patriot, Offensive Player of the Year...2006: 9 GP; 8 GS; Rush: 49-89-1.8-1; Pass: 299-184-61.5-2237-19-6; Named third team All-Northeast Region by Don Hansen's National Weekly Football Gazette ... Played in nine games on the season, starting eight times ... Completed 184 of 299 passes on the season for 2,237 yards and 19 touchdowns with just six interceptions ... Finished the season with 2,326 yards of total offense, while being responsible for 122 points ... Led the Patriot League in total offense and passing yards, while placing second in pass efficiency rating (141.3) ... Ranked eighth in the nation in passing yards, ninth in completions, 10th in total offense and 20th in passing efficiency ... 2005: Did not see any varsity action... Father played football at the University of Michigan.
Jake Christensen heading into Senior season: 2007: 198-370-2,269; 17 TD; 6 INTs passing...2006: Ranked eighth in the Big Ten for all games in passing yards (189.1) and total offense (189.1) . . . ranked eighth in the league in passing yards (186.4) and 10th in total offense (182.4) in league games only...Listed as third team quarterback following spring practice...2005: Redshirted...father, Jeff, played with Cincinnati, Philadelphia and Cleveland in the NFL.
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