2015 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about SEAN MANNION: Oregon State, 6055 229 5.14. Four-year starter. Plays both under center and in the shotgun formation. The strong armed senior carried the team in 2013 with his pinpoint passing and good decisions. His feature target was New Orleans’ Saints’ standout Brandin Cooks. He leaves the Beavers as the Pac-12’s all-time leading passer with 13,600 yards and 11 team passing records. The Pleasanton, CA native was also elected three times as a team captain. A prototype NFL drop back pocket passer, he has the tools and intangibles to be a primary backup or a future starter. He completed over 60% of his passes all four years and finished with a career 64.6 completion percentage. The angular right-handed passer played in Mike Riley’s pro style passing offense and demonstrates good touch and timing. Very accurate in the short and medium zones. Throws a variety of screen passes, tunnel screens, slants, and hitches. A rhythm type passer who has overall consistency in his game. What you see is what you get. Reliable and dependable son of a coach who loves the game and works hard on and off the field to improve his game. Collapse of the pocket was problematic in 2014 when he hung strong in the pocket but when flushed Mannion did a nice job of just throwing the ball away. When throwing deep at times the ball just exploded off his hand. Has one of the strongest arms in this year’s draft. Good overhand delivery. Touch and ball placement are good. Slides easily in the pocket. Has the size and presence of an NFL pocket passer. Below average escape ability from pressure. A solid leader with good game management skills. Mentally prepared to play on Sunday. Former NFL assistant John Garrett helped clean up his footwork in 2014. A limited ceiling type player. 2014 stats: 282/453, 3164 yds, 62.3%, 15 TD, 8 INT. Ball velocity 57 mph. OSR:13/14. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 5/8, H-9, SS-4.39, VJ-31).