Jevan Snead Scouting Report
|Height & Weight:||6'3 - 218 lbs.|
2010 NFL Combine Results
2010 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
Jevan Snead, QB, Mississippi
Snead has all the physical tools to make an impact at the next level. The Ole Miss signal-caller stands in at 6'3' and 218 pounds and his strong arm will allow him to convert all the throws required of an NFL quarterback. Still, Snead has failed to capitalize on an opportunity to move up draft boards through five games this season. Sam Bradford has missed time with a shoulder injury and the NFL jury is still out on Tim Tebow and Jimmy Clausen. Snead, however, had tossed nine touchdowns and nine interceptions heading into Mississippi's sixth contest of the year and was completing a dismal 46.8 percent of his passes during that span. Sure, it does not help playing behind a depleted offensive line that lost star tackle Michael Oher, but Snead needs to improve individually if he wants any chance at a Top 10 spot in the 2010 draft. Regardless of his statistics, he looks like a safe draft pick. Snead is relatively mobile in the pocket, especially for a quarterback of his size. He will also come without any injury history or off-the-field baggage, so that can only help his standing with NFL teams. If he works on his accuracy and decision-making over the course of the season, he should be a first-round selection next April (assuming he leaves the Rebels after his junior campaign). Better stats would also help, although those will come with the territory if he improves in the two aforementioned departments.
Last Updated Oct-15-2009 by Ricky Dimon
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