His arm strength is very solid but nothing special though. He can make all the throws that you need in a pro style offense.
Short Accuracy (1-10 yds)
Incredibly accurate, throws quick slants, in and out routes with efficiency.
Imtermediate Accuracy (10-20 yds)
Throws some really good intermediate out routes on the sideline. Can hit his target on the run as well.
Long Accuracy (20+ yds)
Throws an incredibly accurate deep ball. Can sometimes under throw receiver when throwing from a tough angle because of his average arm.
He is really impressive in the pocket. Has great awareness on when the pocket is closing in on him. Knows when to throw the ball away or to tuck it and run.
He is asked to do a lot of designed runs in the his college offense. Runs with power and agility, has the ability to break a big run off if the defense is not paying attention.
Runs a pro style offense where he reads defenses really well. Really quick and decisive when going through his progressions. Uses his eyes really well to look defenders off.
Always moving his feet and rarely throws off balance. Steps up in the pocket and throws on the run with ease.
Has started every game since taking over the starting job his freshman year.
Has really good control of the offense. Runs a pro style system so this will translate well to the NFL.
Had 28 TD's with 0 Int last year.
Same size as Justin Fields, 6'3 223 lbs is the prototypical size for the position.
Has enough speed to run away from defenders, broke a few big runs this season.
Really good at extending plays by breaking tackles in the pocket. Can run or look to throw down the field on broken plays. Only thing lacking is his arm strength to throw deep on the run.
Won FCS championship last year throwing for 28 TDs on 66% completion.
Went undefeated last season.
Trey's pocket awareness, accuracy, decision making, ability to read and manipulate defenses are his best traits as a QB. He is so good at knowing when the pocket is about to collapse and has the strength to break tackles and extend plays. Trey also is phenomenal when going through his progressions and is able decipher the opposing defense and then manipulate them with his eyes to open up windows to throw the ball. Then he is really accurate when throwing through tight coverage. He runs a pro style offense so a lot of the progressions that he is learning in college will transfer to the NFL. Throws the intermediate and short out routes with extreme efficiency.
He doesn't have an elite arm, his arm is maybe a little above average. He doesn't play against top competition and has had games where he completes less than 60% of his throws. Can sometimes seem as if he is too much of a game manager and not enough of a play maker.
If I had to make a decision today on Trey Lance, I would probably take a chance on him in the 2nd or 3rd round in the NFL draft. This is because his arm talent isn't anything special and he plays against lesser competition. But if he shows another year with almost 30 TD's and 0 interceptions I would have to consider him in the first round. He is a really smart player that has clear control of a pro style offense, and makes good decisions consistently. I think at worst he becomes one of the better back up QB's in the NFL, this is a kid with a very high floor.
Dak Prescott, Teddy Bridgewater