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North Dakota State quarterback and NFL draft prospect Trey Lance had his second pro day on Monday afternoon.
The New England Patriots sent three of their own, assistant director of player personnel Dave Ziegler, scouting consultant Eliot Wolf, and national scout Matt Groh, to the showcase in Fargo.
Below are some highlights from the workout:
We’re seen this throw from every top quarterback so far – getting pressure from their weak side, rolling out and spinning one across their body:
Here is a similar throw but on an intermediate route – getting pressured and throwing cross-body:
One part of Lance’s game that scouts love is the fact that he played in a pro-style offense at NDSU. Here he is getting the ball from under center, turning his back to the “defense”, and unloading a throw downfield:
Here are a few more big time throws from the workout:
In Lance’s one full season at NDSU, he led the Bison to a perfect 17-0 record and won an FCS national championship. He threw for 28 touchdowns, had zero interceptions, ran for 1,100 yards, and added 14 touchdowns on the ground.
If the Patriots want to bring Lance to Foxboro, they might have to trade up several spots to do so. The Patriots hold the 15th pick in next Thursday’s draft.
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