2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TRACE MCSORLEY: Penn State, 6001 202 4.56. Three year starter from Ashburn, VA. Struggled with accuracy in 2018. Was high, low, and behind his targets. Footwork was inconsistent in the pocket. Throws off his back foot on deep down the field passes. Passes a wobbly ball. A competitive leader who always kept his team in the game. Offensive scheme changed in 2018 after offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead went to Mississippi State as the head coach. McSorley had his most productive years and highest yards per attempt in 2016 and 2017 under Moorhead. A good athlete with fringe arm strength and accuracy. Poised in the pocket. Most effective as a play action passer. Finds the open receiver. Good field vision. As a junior he put the ball right on his receivers. Good touch on fade routes. Dropped the ball in the bucket. A tough kid who can take a hit and play through injury. Makes plays with his arm and feet. Shorter than ideal to see over the rush. Hit only 53% of his passes last fall. Athletic and aggressive with the ball as a runner. Has no problem running if the opportunity presents itself. Developmental talent. 2018 stats: 192/361, 2530 yds rushing, 53.2%, 18 TD, 7 INT, 798 yds rushing, 12 TD, 124.6 QB rating. Ball velocity 53 mph. OSR:3/16. Seventh round/PFA. (A-31, H-9 1/8, SS-4.13, VJ-33).