Kellen Mond

QB - Texas A&M

Height: 6’3″
Weight: 217
Birthdate: 06/22/1999

OVERALL

ATHLETICISM

TOUGHNESS

Pocket Presence

Arm Strength

Accuracy

Running Ability

Decision Making

college stats

CMP
2019
258
2018
238
2017
117
ATT
2019
419
2018
415
2017
227
PCT
2019
61.6
2018
57.3
2017
51.5
Y/A
2019
6.9
2018
7.5
2017
6.1
AY/A
2019
6.9
2018
7.7
2017
5.6
TD
2019
20
2018
24
2017
8
INT
2019
9
2018
9
2017
6
RATE
2019
131.1
2018
135.0
2017
108.8
ATT
2019
126
2018
149
2017
89
YDS
2019
501
2018
474
2017
340
AVG
2019
4.0
2018
3.2
2017
3.8
TD
2019
8
2018
7
2017
3

2020 stats will be added at the conclusion of the season.

BIO

Kellen Mond originally attended Ronald Reagan High School in San Antonio, Texas before transferring to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida prior to his senior year. As a senior, he passed for 1,936 yards and 20 touchdowns and rushed for 775 yards and 18 touchdowns. Mond was rated by the Rivals.com recruiting network as a five-star recruit and was ranked as the number one dual-threat quarterback in his class. He committed to Texas A&M University to play college football.  

Mond entered his freshman year at Texas A&M in 2017 as a backup but took over as the starter during the first game of the season against the UCLA Bruins. Mond held on to the starting position for the remainder of the season, guiding the Aggies to an 8–4 record and a #19 ranking in the regular season College Football Playoff rankings. The Aggies’ season culminated in a historic 74–72 seven-overtime win over SEC rival Louisiana State University (LSU). This game set several records, including the most points ever scored in a game in the FBS era, and tied a handful of other games for longest college football game of all time with seven overtimes.

STRENGTHS

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WEAKNESSES

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Game Film

COMBINE RESULTS

Hand size

TBD

ARM Size

TBD

40 time

TBD

bench

TBD

3-cone

TBD

vertical jump

TBD

broad jump

TBD

suggested draft slots

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1QB Startup PPR

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1QB ROOKIE Standard

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1QB Startup stanard

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2021 Rookie Defensive Lineman

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