- Size: 8.9
- Accuracy: 8.82
- Arm Strength: 8.88
- Release: 8.90
- Throw On Run: 8.9
- Footwork: 8.84
- Poise: 8.92
- Pocket Presence: 8.84
- Decision Making: 8.82
- Touch: 8.84
- Final Rating: 88.66
Brenden has good size for a 2019 Dual Threat QB at 5’11” 190 lbs. He’s a quick hitting QB who gets the ball out quickly. Able to generate strong forward momentum on his delivery with a fully extended arm motion. A tough running QB who's takes on would-be tacklers.
His throws are in-line with his receivers, showing good anticipation and timing. Very good range without losing much on accuracy.
His throws include high velocity, getting through the secondary in a hurry. His throws come from way back, able to generate strong momentum. Extend the field with his deep passes displaying good trajectory with just enough air underneath.
Throws with an over the top delivery, including a high release point. Fully extended arm motion. He shows good footwork as he works into his set up.
THROW ON RUN:
Brenden displays good quickness and speed as he gets himself to the outside. Strong forward momentum on his throws, as he zones in on his target.
Good agility within the pocket, able to move in all directions, while creating additional space for himself.
Picks up on the defensive pressure, able to maneuver away from traffic. Good feel for the space around him. He’s a confident QB who not afraid to take chances.
He uses the entire backfield as his work area. Can sit in the pocket or take it to the outside, opening up additional passing lanes.
Brenden did a nice job locating his primary targets will checking down to his secondary outlets. I like his aggressiveness on the field, not afraid to take chances downfield.
A strong throwing QB who does an good job making the right adjustments to the velocity of his throws for a softer release. Able to get the ball up and over zone coverage.
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