Mason Rudolph graded out very well in college
I’m not alone in thinking Mason Rudolph has what it takes to be a starter in the NFL. The ever-critical Pro Football Focus said this about him in their article, “2018 Prospect Preview: Mason Rudolph’s downfield accuracy near the top of the class.”
The article continued that, “Rudolph has been the full-time starter for the [Oklahoma State] Cowboys for the past two seasons and has graded in the top 10 among quarterbacks in both, including ranking No. 2 in 2016 with a 92.7 overall grade.”
Rudolph has been hard to rattle under pressure as his 63.9 adjusted completion percentage while under duress ranks him No. 8 among returning draft-eligible quarterbacks.
In 2016, Rudolph showed a knack for making “NFL-type” throws. His 52.3 adjusted deep pass completion percentage ranked No. 7 among returning draft-eligible quarterbacks. Last season he ranked No. 12 in big-time throw percentage while his ratio of big-time throws to turnover-worthy plays placed him at No. 2.”
I want to make sure you and I are seeing the same things. I’d like to ask you to go to Youtube and type in ‘Oklahoma State Mason Rudolph Career Highlights’. Also, you can type in ‘Mason Rudolph vs’ and watch any college game. The final game of his college career the 2017 Camping World Bowl against Virginia Tech is another good game to view. That way you’ll see what I was looking at when I gave Rudolph a 1st Round grade in 2018.