2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about JUSTIN HERBERT: Oregon, 6062 236 4.71. Four-year starter, Eugene, OR. A three-time academic All-America and winner of the William V. Campbell trophy (the academic Heisman). Was the MVP of the Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin and voted the MVP of the 2020 Senior Bowl. Played in a wide open pistol spread offensive scheme where he gets the ball out quickly. The top graded athletic quarterback at the Combine passed for 10,541 yards and 95 touchdowns with 23 interceptions. He rushed for three scores in the Rose Bowl. Rare size for the position with above average ball velocity and arm strength. Makes quick decisions in the pitch and catch offense. Will throw the ball on a frozen rope down the field or on out-breaking routes, yet has touch on the swing, flat, and check down passes. The fluid passer has a sculpted 6 foot 6 plus frame and features a quick release. Built to hold up on Sundays. A true running threat when he breaks the pocket. Can develop even more as a run/ option threat on the next level. He covers a lot of ground in a hurry with long but quick strides. Decisive when running the football. The Oregon offensive scheme didn’t showcase Herbert’s ability to read blitzes and coverages. He throws a variety of screen passes to help his completion percentage. Saw the field better in 2019 than previously. Student of the game. A quiet leader who leads by example. Senior Bowl notes: Demonstrated his ability as a rhythm mobile passer. Good fakes and footwork on play action passes. Has the arm strength to hit his targets short, medium, and long. Good week of practice, however still showed some hesitation before cutting the ball loose. His anticipation and ball placement gets better by the minute. Has the smarts and talent. 2019 stats: 286/428, 3471 yds, 66.8%, 32 TD, 6 INT, 50 yds rushing, 4 TD, 156.81 QB rating. Ball velocity 55 mph. OSR:1/15. First round. (A-33 3/8, H-10, SS-4.46, VJ-35.5).