Kevin Hogan, QB

School: Stanford  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: McLean, VA
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 228 lbs.
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Player Lowdown

Combine Results
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Workout Results
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Strengths Weaknesses

STRENGTHS: Operates in a pro-style offense that will translate well to the NFL, and has excellent height for the position. Adept at throwing from the pocket or on the move, and can escape the pass rush to create extra time with his mobility. Does a very good job of using the talent around him to push the ball downfield. He is a big athlete with a big arm and the coaches have raved about his football acumen and strong practice habits.

WEAKNESSES: Struggles with accuracy on deep passes. Lacks great mobility that is increasingly valued in the NFL.

Player Overview

Hogan was rated as the nation's No. 13 quarterback prospect coming out of McLean, Va., where he also lettered in basketball at Gonzaga College in Washington D.C.

Hogan's grandfather, James M. O'Brien, played football at Navy, while two cousins played at Notre Dame and a cousing played for Arizona, so football certainly runs in the family bloodlines.

After redshirting in 2011 behing Andrew Luck, he took over the starting job for good on the third series against Colorado in 2012, leading the offense to scores on six consecutive drives. Hogan finished his redshirt sophomore season as an honorable mention All-Pac-12 pick while leading the Cardinal to five victories as a starter.

He entered 2012 on the Maxwell Award list. (9/17/13)

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06/27/2014 - Stanford's top NFL Draft-eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 2. QB Kevin Hogan, RS Junior...In guiding Stanford to a Rose Bowl win as a redshirt freshman the year after Andrew Luck left town, Hogan set the bar pretty high for himself. All he did last season -- his first full year as the starter -- was help Stanford return to Pasadena, boost his numbers in every category and compile a 10-1 record against Top 25 teams. He certainly struggled in some games -- including in the loss to Michigan State to end the year -- but the NFL-caliber talent is undeniable. Hogan passes the eye test with a broad-shouldered, well-built frame for the position. He has an elongated wind-up that will earn plenty of criticism in the pre-draft process but like San Diego Chargers star Philip Rivers, Hogan's instincts, accuracy and velocity are enough to overcome the quirky delivery.

Hogan has good accuracy to all levels with especially impressive touch on deep passes when he has the room to step into his throw. Hogan has been well protected by the elite talent blocking in front of him but when pressure does force him off his spot, he is willing to step up in the pocket, exhibiting poise, toughness and quick decision-making to either throw or run. Like Luck before him, Hogan is faster (and stronger) than he looks, making him a formidable threat on the run. Stanford's scheme calls for lots of play-action, boots and throwing on the move and deep shots -- staples of a pro-style offense that suit Hogan's athleticism and strong arm well. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com



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