Adam Weber scouting report

Adam Weber QB Minnesota
Ht: 6’1″

Wt: 210

Strengths:
Four-year starter; one of the most productive players in program history. Shows good accuracy on throws of all distances. Generally a smart player; takes what’s given to him by the defense. Decent mobility; won’t take of running often but is capable of buying time with his feet.
Weaknesses:
Arm strength is very average. Below average height. Didn’t seem to improve dramatically throughout his career; a steady performer but never made the leap that was expected of him.
Comments:
Weber has the skills to play at the next level, but his upside is limited. His lack of height and arm strength are just two aspects of his game that may cause teams to dismiss him. In the right system (probably a west coast offense) he could develop into a decent player. He’s worth bringing into camp and possibly keeping around as a 3rd-string quarterback or on the practice squad.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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