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Brandon Olivas

Class of 2024

Dual Threat

SCORE:

85.60

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  • Eldorado High School
  • |
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • |
  • Class of 2024

Stats

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 125 lbs.

Dual Threat

GPA: 3.8

Evaluation Scores

Size: 8.5

Footwork: 8.60

Accuracy: 8.54

Poise: 8.64

Arm Strength: 8.52

Pocket Presence: 8.56

Release: 8.56

Decision Making: 8.54

Throw on Run: 8.62

Touch: 8.52

Score: 85.60

Scouting Report

SIZE:
Brandon has good size for a 2024 Dual Threat QB at 5'9" 125 lbs. He works well in the pocket able to create open passing lanes for himself.
ACCURACY:
He can hit from anywhere on the field. Whether it comes from on the run or in the pocket, he shows good accuracy. Very good throwing mechanics and consistency.
ARM STRENGTH:
High velocity throws that enter the secondary . Solid vertical passing game. Can work to tighten up on the trajectory of his deep passes.
RELEASE:
He has an over the top delivery with a fully extended arm swing. Because of this, he’s able to gain momentum upon his delivery. Very good body mechanics and footwork prior to set up.
THROW ON RUN:
Brandon's able to get to the outside in a hurry, seeking out potential targets while getting there. He shows good mobility while on the go, showing good body rotation upon release.
FOOTWORK:
While on the run, he’s very difficult to contain. Good vision while on the run.
POISE:
Shows good awareness of defensive pressure, able to move away from the traffic. Good patience in the pocket, waiting for his receivers to complete their routes.
POCKET PRESENCE:
Very comfortable in the pocket whether setting up for deliver or shifting to the outside for a quick hitter. Able to step up in the pocket or move laterally when needed.
DECISION MAKING:
He’s an intelligent QB who takes advantage of what the defense gives him. Very decisive with his throws.
TOUCH:
Very good touch at the short and intermediate range,getting the ball in between zone coverage. Would like to see less air underneath on throws made at long range.
Name/TypeDateLocation
US National Team Regionals03/23/2019Phoenix
NFA QB Training06/12/2019Albuquerque
QB Flight School06/14/2019Atlanta

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