Player Info

- Gunner Cruz
  • Size: 9.2
  • Accuracy: 9.56
  • Arm Strength: 9.54
  • Release: 9.46
  • Throw On Run: 9.40
  • Footwork: 9.38
  • Poise: 9.52
  • Pocket Presence: 9.36
  • Decision Making: 9.48
  • Touch: 9.60
  • Final Rating: 94.52

Gunner has excellent size for a 2019 Pro Style QB at 6’5” 225 lbs. He’s a playmaker on the field, stands tall in the pocket while showing excellent vision downfield. Very agile QB who’s difficult to take down, because of his athleticism.
This is an area of strength for Gunner, last year he threw with a completion percentage of 73%. His arm motion is very consistent, allowing for throws to be made in-line with his receivers. Excellent decision making process as he works to seek out his best option receivers with good timing and ball placement.
Gunner can light it up anywhere on the field. His throws are made of high velocity, able to get to his receivers in a hurry. Excellent vertical passing game, able to extend the field with bombs over the secondary.
Gunner throws with a fully extended arm release. Its comes from up over the top with a high release point. He shows solid footwork getting to his setup, with good balance and stride.
This is where Gunner is quite deadly, he can hurt you with his arm or his legs while on the run. Excellent vision downfield as he works to the outside. Strong forward momentum upon his delivery.Gunner’s a very athletic QB who’s very mobile, whether he’s in the pocket or out in the open field. Very good lateral movement, with a quick first step.
With his team starting at the Varsity level as an all Freshman team, Gunner has learned to mature quickly. This experience has made him a better QB with the skills of a Senior QB. Very confident in his abilities as a QB.Gunner displays excellent mobility in and around the pocket. He’s able to feel the pressure around him as he works in and out of traffic. Shows excellent patience as he waits for the play to develop.
This is a major area of strength of Gunner, he’s very skilled at picking up on open receivers within the secondary. Able to work through his progressions, going from his primary to his secondary outlets.
Another area of strength is his ability to make the right adjustments on the velocity of his throws, adding a softer release. Able to get the ball in between zone coverage.

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