Data Scout Notes: 2013: NA...TSXPMVP/TSX-PTW...2012: NA...5* Texas transfer...2011: NA/#20QBfallingbeforeshoulderINJ...2010: NA/PMaxwell/DS#6QB
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Draft Scout Garrett Gilbert News
02/06/15 - QB Garrett Gilbert was signed by the Patriots Thursday (Feb. 6) for 2015. He ended the season on the Patriots' practice squad.
12/17/14 - QB Garrett Gilbert was signed to the practice squad. The rookie was drafted by the Rams in the sixth round out of SMU. The 6-4, 221-pounder was released from the St. Louis practice squad on Oct. 28.
10/28/14 - QB Garrett Gilbert was released by the Rams from their practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 28).
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Rams' picks: Round 6/214 - Garrett Gilbert, QB, 6-4, 223, Southern Methodist...Started his career at Texas before transferring to SMU and passed for 3,528 yards last season with 21 touchdowns. He had 635 yards of total offense in a game against Temple. Gilbert has good size and a strong arm, but hasn't played well in games against top opponents. Coaches believe he can compete and possible develop. - The Sports Xchange
05/06/14 - 2014 NFL Draft Quarterbacks: Garrett Gilbert, Southern Methodist, 6-4, 221, 4.86...Was introduced the national audience when Texas star Colt McCoy was knocked out of BCS championship on the fifth play against Alabama at the end of 2010 season. After falling from grace at Texas, Gilbert -- the son of former Cal and NFL veteran Gale Gilbert -- resurfaced at SMU in 2012 to play for coach June Jones, former run-and-gun advocate who is brandishing a pistol offense these days. Gilbert has the physical ability, but rough college career dinged his confidence. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange