Trey Lance

QB - North Dakota State

Height: 6’3″
Weight: 225
Birthdate: 05/09/2000

OVERALL

ATHLETICISM

TOUGHNESS

Pocket Presence

Arm Strength

Accuracy

Running Ability

Decision Making

college stats

CMP
2019
192
2018
1
ATT
2019
287
2018
1
PCT
2019
66.9
2018
100.0
YDS
2019
2786
2018
12
Y/A
2019
9.7
2018
12.0
AY/A
2019
11.7
2018
12.0
TD
2019
28
2018
0
INT
2019
0
2018
0
RATE
2019
180.6
2018
200.8
ATT
2019
169
2018
8
YDS
2019
1100
2018
82
AVG
2019
6.5
2018
10.3
TD
2019
14
2018
2

BIO

Tray Lance attended Canby High School in Canby Minnesota.  He was a three-star recruit and was rated as the 8th best player in Minnesota and the best quarterback in the state. Lance initially committed to Minnesota and later rescinded after learning the intent was for him to play safety.  He later committed to North Dakota State for the 2018 season.

As a redshirt freshman in 2019, Lance started all 16 games, won the Walter Payton Award and Jerry Rice Award, and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2020 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game. He also set an all-divisions NCAA record for most passes thrown in a season without giving up an interception (287).  The Bison’s 2020 fall season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In 2019 Lawrence led the Tigers back to the College Football Playoff National Championship game, falling this time to Joe Burrow led LSU. The first and only loss of Lawrence’s career.  Through his first 26 college games, Lawrence posted a 25-1 record, completed 527 of 805 passes for 6945 yards and 66 touchdowns. Lawrence returned to Clemson for his Junior year in 2020, and will enter the NFL draft as the consensus first overall selection.

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

ROTOHEAT VIDEOS

Game Film

COMBINE RESULTS

Hand size

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ARM Size

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40 time

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bench

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3-cone

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vertical jump

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broad jump

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suggested draft slots

1QB Rookie PPR

Superflex Rookie PPR

1QB Startup PPR

superflex startup PPR

1QB ROOKIE Standard

superflex  rookie standard

1QB Startup standard

superflex startup standard