Bryan Randall
QB | (6'0", 225, 4.68) | Virginia Tech

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Overall: Randall saw action in all but three games during his freshman season in 2001, he started 12 games in 2002 and he started 13 games in 2003. Randall had his best season as a senior in 2004, when he led the Hokies to a 10-3 record while completing 55.6-percent of his attempts for 2,264 yards with 21 TD's and nine INT's. He also rushed for 511 yards and three TD's. Randall is a developmental prospect that needs to improve his ability to read defenses and find the open man when the primary receiver is covered. Randall's lack of prototypical size and just adequate arm strength greatly limits his potential, but he possesses outstanding mobility and he developed into a much more consistent playmaker in his final season at Virginia Tech. If he can improve his mechanics and overall accuracy, he has the potential to develop into an adequate backup ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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