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Draft Scout Brad Sorensen News
04/29/13 - A closer look at the Chargers' picks: Round 7/221 - Brad Sorensen, 6-5, 229, Southern Utah...Sorensen isn't being considered as someone the team would groom to replace Philip Rivers, but as a player that might be able to push Charlie Whitehurst for the No. 2 role. He's more comfortable as a pocket passer and he threw for 23 touchdowns last year with 10 interceptions. - The Sports Xchange
12/30/12 - Itís going to be a busy winter for Brad Sorensen. A record-setting quarterback at Southern Utah University, Sorensen this week received an invitation to the NFL Combine Feb. 20-26 at Indianapolis. "Itís a great opportunity for Brad," said Thunderbirds coach Ed Lamb. "Iím excited for him. And I think I speak for our coaching staff and all his teammates."
Most scouting services project Sorensen a third-round pick, but an impressive showing at the combine could enable him to move up. "Iím a big fan, so I couldnít give you an unbiased opinion," Lamb said. "But judging from what the scouts have been conveying to me, he has all the physical tools. It sounds like many of them believe his abilities transfer best to the NFL - for teams with a pocket-passing game." One thing is certain: Sorensen has the attention of those whose livelihood depends on finding NFL-quality players. Three weeks ago, he was invited to play in the NFL Players Association Collegiate Bowl on Jan. 19 in Carson, Calif. - Steve Luhm, The Salt Lake Tribune
11/22/12 - Southern Utah University quarterback Brad Sorensen has been named one of 20 finalists for the Walter Payton Award. The Payton Award is given to the outstanding offensive player at the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision every year. Sorensen, a senior quarterback from Grand Terrace, Calif. (BYU/San Bernardino College/Colton HS) became Southern Utahís career leader in every passing and total yards category this year and he leaves the school with all but two single-season passing and total yards marks as well as many single-game records.
This past season he completed 273 of 439 pass attempts for 3,139 yards and 23 touchdowns. The Great West Conference Offensive MVP in 2011, Sorensen finished second in the Big Sky in total yards, passing yards per game and passing touchdowns per game this past season. He ranks among the FCS leaders in every statistical category, including 10th in completions per game (24.82), 11th in passing yards per game (285.36) and total passing yards (3,139) and 16th in total offense (278.55 ypg).
Despite playing just three seasons he is also listed in the active career top 20 in every passing category, including fifth in total passing yards (9,445), yards per game (286.2), completions per game (24.9) and attempts per game (38.0); sixth in passing attempts (1,254) and completions (822); eighth in completion percentage (65.55), ninth in passing touchdowns (61), and 15th in passer efficiency (140.56). - The Salt Lake Tribune
10/30/12 - OCT 29 BIG SKY CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Southern Utah quarterback Brad Sorensen, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound senior from Grand Terrace, Calif., completed 33-of-43 passes for a season-high 392 yards and one touchdown to lead Southern Utah to a 30-27 upset of top-ranked Eastern Washington. In the second half, Sorensen completed 15-of-24 passes for 224 yards. Sorensen connected with Fatu Moala with 7:01 to play in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 27-27. He engineered a 10-play, 61-yard drive in the final minutes to set up the game-winning field goal. OTHERS NOMINATED, OFFENSE: Deonte Williams, RB, Cal Poly, Brandon Kaufman, WR, Eastern Washington, Peter Nguyen, RB, Montana, Cody Kirk, RB, Montana State, Jace Davis, WR, Northern Colorado, Kieran McDonagh, QB, Portland State, Anthony Soto, WR, UC Davis. - Big Sky football
10/27/12 - Colton Cook booted a 36-yard field goal with 3 seconds left in the game and Southern Utah rallied for a 30-27 victory over Eastern Washington. Southern Utah (4-5, 3-3 Big Sky) trailed 27-20 entering the fourth quarter. Brad Sorensen found Fatu Moala for a 21-yard touchdown pass with 7:01 left in the game to pull the Thunderbirds even. Sorensen completed 33 of 43 passes for 392 yards and a TD, and Moala caught 10 passes for 112 yards and a TD. Quarterbacks Kyle Padron and Vernon Adams combined to complete 35 of 50 passes for 404 yards and 2 TDs for Eastern Washington (6-2, 5-1). Linebacker Zak Browning had 15 tackles (14 solo) and recovered a fumble for Southern Utah. - AP Sports