2014 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about Aaron Murray: Georgia, 6004 207 4.90. Four-year starter who has passed for over 3000 yards four years in a row. Spent the fall carrying the Bulldogs until he suffered a late season knee injury that put him out for the year. Murray threw for 121 touchdown passes in his career, an SEC record. His decision making improved in 2013 as did his overall game. Despite his fringe height for the position, he has the skills to be an NFL quarterback. He managed the high tempo Bulldog Pro Pistol play action passing game and throws well on the run. Flashes good anticipation and timing on back shoulder throws. Pinpoint accuracy on swing passes to backs. Sees the field with good vision. Not prone to leaving the pocket but can extend plays. Has made several big-time plays off of scrambles. A good ball handler who distributes the ball to several receivers and gets it to them quickly. Undersized for the prototype NFL quarterback. Low release point. Has forced the ball into coverage when under pressure. Rarely runs for positive yards after pulling the ball down. Question his sixth sense to “feel” the pass rush. 2013 stats: 225/347, 3075 passing yds, 64.8%, 26 TD, 9 INT. Did not throw at Combine. Medical exclusion, left knee. Fourth/Fifth round. (A-30 5/8, H-9 1/8, SS-DNP, VJ-DNP).