Nothing that catches the eye here but can put enough zip on the ball to complete passes in tight windows. Able to loft longer passes down the field with ease, though they are never very deep throws.
Short Accuracy (1-10 yds)
Florida runs a lot of quick slants and throws, where Trask can complete passes. However, he sometimes throws these passes behind receivers or doesn't complete the read before throwing, leading to batted passes.
Imtermediate Accuracy (10-20 yds)
This is where Trask really excels throwing the football. He has great timing on out routes and comebacks and puts nice touch on lofted passes to fit the ball into windows. Occasionally puts too much on passes over the middle.
Long Accuracy (20+ yds)
Inconsistent while throwing deep as he frequently overthrows or underthrows receivers. In some later games started giving receivers more consistent chances to go up and make plays down the field.
Though he shows a lot of great patience in the pocket, one of his biggest weaknesses is under pressure where he forces throws into dangerous areas. Sometimes holds the ball too long when he doesn't have the time, leading to sacks.
For a QB of his size he can move around effectively. He has the ability to run options, scramble, and extend plays although he isn't a threat to break off long runs.
Did a great job limiting turnovers last season, allowing Florida to stay in and win many games. Dropped interceptions in a few of those games definitely helped him out but for the most part manages the game well given different situations.
This is one of the areas where Trask can use the most improvement. This issue stems from forcing throws under pressure, trying too hard to fit passes into small windows, and getting the ball out too quickly on short throws.
At about 6'5" and 240lbs, can't ask for much better size for a QB. He has the height to see over blockers, and is able to absorb some hard contact.
In addition to great size, he can look off defenders and make some effective pump fakes; both skills he should utilize more often.
Trask is a very effective passer in short to intermediate distances. He uses his size to his advantage as he patiently reads defenses and runs hard with the football. By limiting turnovers, he effectively manages games and led the Gators to an 11 win season in 2019.
When pressured, Trask tends to lob passes off his back foot into dangerous areas. He is also inconsistent throwing down the field and occasionally tries to get the ball out too quick on short throws, failing to read coverage schemes.
I think he has the potential to evolve into a productive game manager style QB if he further develops his decision making skills and short accuracy in particular.