Craig Ochs
QB | (6'1", 218, 4.85) | Montana

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Overall: Ochs began his career at Colorado in 2000. He started seven games as a sophomore in 2001 but wound up transferring to Montana after he suffered three concussion in one year. He received a medical redshirt for the 2002 season before taking over as the starter for eight games in 2003. Ochs led Montana to a 12-3 record as a senior in 2004, completing 68.7-percent of his attempts for 3,807 yards with 33 TD's and eight INT's. Ochs had a roller-coaster of a collegiate career but he ended on a high note. He improved his accuracy greatly as a senior and he shows enough arm strength to make the necessary throws in the NFL. However, durability, marginal size and a tendency to hold onto the ball too long are big concerns. In our opinion, Ochs has a chance to make an NFL roster if he can stay healthy and ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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