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Jacob Hernandez

Class of 2022

Dual Threat

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  • Veterans Memorial
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  • Corpus Christi, TX
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  • Class of 2022
Working hard to get better everyday. Lead by example and do what is necessary to give my team the best opportunity to win.


Height: 5'10"

Weight: 160 lbs.

Dual Threat

Evaluation Scores

Size: 8.7

Footwork: 8.36

Accuracy: 8.24

Poise: 8.34

Arm Strength: 8.26

Pocket Presence: 8.36

Release: 8.30

Decision Making: 8.36

Throw on Run: 8.30

Touch: 8.30

Score: 83.52

Scouting Report

Jacob has very good size for a 2022 Dual Threat QB at 5'10" 160 lbs. He’s difficult to contain within the pocket with good ability and elusiveness. Most dangerous while on the run showing very good vision downfield.
His throws are made in-line with his receivers, delivering a catchable ball. Accuracy can be improved with proper footwork prior to setup. His throws show good location and timing.
This will be an area of improvement for Jacob. His compact arm extension will need to be stretched in order to generate a stronger forward momentum. This will also allow for a legit vertical passing game.
He throws with an over the top delivery and a three quarter arm release, getting the ball across in a hurry. Would like to see improvement on his overall throwing technique.
Jacob can punish a defense with his ability to keep a play alive while on the run. He can hurt you with either his legs or his arm, very hard to defend.
He’s a legit Dual Threat, with quickness, elusiveness and vision. A nice compliment to his passing game. A play maker who’s can improvise while on the run.
Jacob's not easily distracted by the noise around him, he thrives on chaos and is very instinctive. Shows good aware of the defensive pressure as he works around it.
This is where he serves as the leader of his offensive unit. He runs the show. Very good agility in and around the pocket, able to get away from traffic while seeking out a safe zone for himself.
He does a nice job working through his read options while surveying the field. Able to make smart decisions while on the run.
Jason does a good job making the right adjustments to his delivery and he works to create a softer release. His deep passes could include a tighter trajectory, with just enough air underneath.


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