2010 Guide: What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about COLT MCCOY: Texas, 6011 216 4.68. Four-year starter in the Longhorn spread offense attack. Finished his career with the most wins for a quarterback in NCAA history. In 2008 he set the NCAA single season record for completion percentage at an unbelievable 76.7 percent. Was the team leader in rushing with 561 yards and 11 touchdowns. Plays with good pass protection and a clean pocket. Steps into his throws. Accurate on the move on roll out and dash type patterns. Rolls away from pressure in the red zone. Throws an inordinate amount of horizontal ball control pass routes. Plays a lot of pitch and catch with wide open receivers. Rarely does he laser the ball through a tight window in the defense. Has functional playing speed and quickness. A right handed passer with good athletic ability and a quick release. As mentioned previously, ultra accurate on short and medium patterns. A tough kid that can take a hit. Shows good leadership, consistency, and discipline with the football. Makes solid decisions. Has a natural feel in the passing game to anticipate and time up his passes. A timing and rhythm passer that will need to alter his throwing motion to use a variety of deliveries and throw off balance to be successful on the next level. The West Coast offense was developed for a quarterback like McCoy. His career stats include 1157 completions out of 1645 attempts for a 70.3% completion rate, 13253 yards, 112 touchdowns, and 45 interceptions, 447 rushes for 1571 yards and 20 touchdowns. OSR: 5/16. Second round. (A-31, H-9 3/8, SS-DNP, VJ-DNP).