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Josh Allen got his opportunity in the second game of his freshman season following an injury to starting quarterback Cameron Coffman. 13 plays later, Allen suffered a broken right clavicle (throwing shoulder), ending his 2015 season.
“We initially thought it was (broken in) two or three places,” Allen said. “When I went in for surgery, the doctor said I broke it in seven places. So I’ve got eight screws and a plate in there now. It doesn’t bother me at all to throw. It’s definitely back to 100 percent health.”
Displays good accuracy on short to medium throws. Is a very accurate passer on deep throws. Excellent arm strength. Good release. Good throwing mechanics. Good footwork. Prototypical height, weight, and speed for the position.
Does an average job recognizing the blitz. Has average athletic ability. Shows average awareness in the pocket.
Possesses all of the physical tools to play in the NFL. Could enter the 2018 NFL draft if he puts it all together this season.
09/12/2015 – Josh Allen is out for the season after suffering a broken right clavicle in 58-29 loss to Eastern Michigan.
09/10/2016 – In his second career start, Josh Allen throws 5 interceptions in 52-17 loss to Nebraska.