|18,312||5||Mason Rudolph||QB||Oklahoma State||6'5"||235|
Mason Rudolph saw his first college football action as a true freshman in start against Baylor (49-28 loss), while Daxx Garman sat out with a concussion. Started the last 3 games of the 2014 season, including a win over Washington (30-22) in the Ticket City Cactus Bowl, and also an overtime win over Oklahoma (38-35).
Led the Cowboys to a perfect 10-0 record until losing the last 3 games of the 2015 season. Fractured a bone in his right foot during week 11 loss to Baylor (45-35).
Had a strong junior campaign. Threw for 4,091 yards (63% completion rate), with 28 passing touchdowns against only 4 interceptions. Led the Cowboys to a 10-3 record, including a victory in the Valero Alamo Bowl against Colorado (38-8).
Throws one of the best deep balls in all of college football. In 2017 he led all FBS quarterbacks with 1,712 yards on deep throws. Finished his college career with 109 total touchdowns.
Arrow is pointing upwards; improving every year. Very intelligent player who studies the game of football. Is a very accurate passer on deep throws. Has a nice touch-pass. Is very calm under pressure. Usually finds the hot route and gets the ball out quickly. Exceptional college production. Prototypical height and weight for the position.
Needs to feel the pressure from the blindside better. Has average athletic ability. Average footwork. Had surgery on right foot (2015) to repair small fracture.
Mason Rudolph can make throws that WOW everyone. Continues to improve on his accuracy every year, and has come a long way since 2014 when accuracy was very inconsistent. Needs to improve his footwork and fine-tune his overall throwing mechanics to become even more consistent. Mason Rudolph could become a top 10 pick in the 2018 NFL draft. A team is going to fall in live with him for all the right reasons.
11/22/2014 – True Freshman Mason Rudolph will start against Baylor. Daxx Garman is out with concussion.
10/30/2015 – Mason Rudolph had surgery on his right foot to repair a small fracture.
01/01/2016 – J.W. Walsh replaced ineffective Mason Rudolph at quarterback late in the 3rd quarter of the Allstate Sugar Bowl, in a 48-20 loss to Ole Miss. Rudolph finished the game 18 of 31 for 179 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions.
12/29/2016 – Mason Rudolph leads Cowboys to a 38-8 victory over Colorado in the Valero Alamo Bowl.