Player Info

- Sam Vaulton
  • Size: 9.1
  • Accuracy: 8.58
  • Arm Strength: 8.64
  • Release: 8.60
  • Throw On Run: 8.58
  • Footwork: 8.56
  • Poise: 8.64
  • Pocket Presence: 8.56
  • Decision Making: 8.62
  • Touch: 8.58
  • Final Rating: 86.38

Sam has excellent size for a 2021 Pro Style QB at 6’3” 185 lbs. He plays at a high level of the field, a standout talent who can take over a game. Shows very good footwork and agility for a QB of his size. Should be college ready in size when entering the collegiate level.
His throws are made with sharp precision, able to hit his receivers while in stride. He’s deadly over the middle with a quick release and compact delivery. Doesn’t lose much on accuracy at longer range.
With Sam’s size comes arm strength. He can make every throw expected of him. Increased accelerated arm motion, allows for throws made with high velocity at the short and intermediate range. Very effective vertical passing game, with strong throws that extend the field.
Very skilled at making the right adjustments on the angle of his throws, depending on the passing situation. He’s an over the top passer who can go from a fully extended arm motion, down to a tight three quarter delivery. Shows very good footwork prior to release.
Sam can do just about anything on the field because of his athleticism. He displays quickness and speed getting to the outside and is very good at picking up potential targets.
Classified as a Pro Style QB but can take the ball in on running plays when needed. He’s a long stride runner who can pick up chunks of yardage in a hurry. Shows good footwork on his drop backs and prior to set up.
After experiencing a finger injury, causing him to lose most of his index throwing finger, Sam has been able to overcome this adversity, surpassing all expectations. He just helped his 15U 7v7 TeamAdidasKnoxville win the Pylon 7v7 National Championship, earning the MVP award. How’s that for poise...
Very agile within the pocket, able to create added space for himself. Good sense of the traffic around him while keeping focused on the play.
This is an area of skill for Sam, he’s very good at working through his progressions. With his experience at 7v7 play over this off-season, he’s been able to perfect his craft. The results will be apparent this upcoming season.
He does a nice job making the right adjustments on the velocity of his throws, creating a softer touch when needed.

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