Jarrett Stidham Scouting Report

Prospect Information

Passing Statistics

Mobility Statistics

Appeared in 7 games (3 starts) as a true freshman in 2015. Threw for 1,265 yards, 12 touchdowns against 2 interceptions, and added 2 rushing touchdowns.

Transferred to Waco’s McLennan Community College in 2016 (non-football school), leaving him with 3 years of remaining eligibility. In December of 2016, Stidham announced he was transferring to Auburn.

NFL Comparison
Marcus Mariota

Moves well in the pocket to evade the rush. Always looking to throw down the field as his feet navigates the through the pocket. Maintains accuracy while moving through the pocket. Has a good overall feel and presence in the pocket. Showed ability to work through his progressions and move defenders with his eyes. Has good arm talent and can make all the NFL throws. Excellent accuracy and ball placement. Beyond his years with anticipation. Can hit receivers in stride, allowing them to make yards after the catch.

Needs more experience. Auburn doesn’t challenge Stidham to do a lot. They stick with basic routes and the offense is focused on running the football first. We need to his responsibilities increase in 2018. He can sometimes lock onto receivers. He needs to be faster with his decision making.

Stidham sat out in 2016; effectively redshirting himself. In 2017, Stidham transferred to Auburn and won the starting job. He pressed the reset button on his college career. He is in the discussion as a first-round quarterback in 2019.

Player Notes
11/25/2015 – Jarrett Stidham to miss the remainder of 2015 due to chipped bone in ankle.
12/10/2016 – Jarrett Stidham announced he will transfer to Auburn.

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