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11 Best QBs Who Will Be Returning to College Football in 2019


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#8 Mason Fine - North Texas

A diminutive player who almost headed to Oklahoma State, the 5'11", 185-pound Mason Fine is doing great with North Texas. The gunslinger brought big-time passing talent to head coach Seth Littrell and offensive coordinator Graham Harrell's spread offense. He's already at 9,358 passing yards and 64 touchdowns with a completion rate of 63 percent through his first 36 games.

Set to be a senior with the Mean Green in 2019, Fine may be set for his best year. His accuracy, yards per attempt and efficiency all increased in 2018. He cut his interceptions to five as well, honing his craft before the snap and understanding how a defender's leverage affects passing windows.

He's really shined in his play under pressure. According to Pro Football Focus, Fine had an adjusted completion percentage of 79.9, threw for 898 yards under pressure and only had three turnover-worthy plays in such situations. Mix his dynamic downfield throwing with his composure, and he'll be a can't-miss watch.

read more: 

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2809912-11-best-qbs-who-will-be-returning-to-college-football-in-2019#slide4

 

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The real question is, even if he has a monster year next year, will any NFL team take a chance on him at his size in the draft? Or do they choose him as UDFA so they don't have to sign him for however many years drafted players get?  I mean he's probably about the same size as Kyler Murray and if he can put on 10-15 more pounds he's right about the same height and weight as Russell Wilson or Drew Brees.  

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On 12/12/2018 at 1:31 PM, peanuts104 said:

The real question is, even if he has a monster year next year, will any NFL team take a chance on him at his size in the draft? Or do they choose him as UDFA so they don't have to sign him for however many years drafted players get?  I mean he's probably about the same size as Kyler Murray and if he can put on 10-15 more pounds he's right about the same height and weight as Russell Wilson or Drew Brees.  

He is the exact same height and weight as Murray. 

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