Cody Kessler Player Profile
 









Anecdotal: This player is a major in sociology and is currently taking classes to earn his masters degree in communications management. this player graduated a semester early from high school, was a two-sport athlete, and won his schools Bob Chandler Award for athletics, academics, and character in 2013. A philanthropist, in 2012 he spent a week in Haiti with teammates building homes for the needy.









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Name: Cody Kessler         Number: 6

University: University of Southern California

Position: Quarterback

Height: 6'1

Weight: 215

Age: 22

Class: Redshirt Senior

Secondary Position: NA


Projected Range: 2nd Round - 3rd Round



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. NA
  2. NA



All-Star Numbers
Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA












Career Statistics:

Games Played: 42

Starts: 41

Passing Yards: 10,339

Completion Percentage: 67.5%

Passing Touchdowns: 88

Interceptions: 19

Sacks: 100




Strengths

  • Throwing on the run

  • Pure Pocket Passer

  • Personality

  • Keeps Eyes Up

  • Intelligence

  • Experience




Weaknesses

  • Long Step on Throw

  • Accuracy

  • Quick Read Offense

  • Reading Defenses




Breakdown



Attribute Ratings
Arm Strength: Field Vision:
Deep Accuracy: Awareness:
Intermediate Accuracy: Football IQ:
Short Accuracy: Work Ethic:
Throwing Mechanics: Size:
Footwork: Red Flags:




Final Thought: Cody Kessler came into this season with huge expectations for a USC team that had much potential. Unfortunately, for Kessler he failed to live up to expectations, failing to show the cannon arm he was being sold to have and taking nearly forty sacks. On the flip side, Kessler showed decent decision making, good passing accuracy, and excellent pocket passing skills. Kessler's long throwing stride may contribute to his arm not showing the pop that was expected, but he should still hear his name called on day two of the draft.















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