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2015 NFL DRAFT

Ryan Radcliff, QB

School: Central Michigan  |  Conference: MAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Sherwood, OH
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 221 lbs.
Projected Ranking
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Latest News
12/26/2012 - Central Michigan senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff had the tough job of attempting to fill LeFevour's shoes in 2010. Radcliff had three very productive seasons albeit some issues with interceptions in his first two years but couldn't match LeFevour's success due to a lack of playmakers and a consistent defense. For Radcliff, who has thrown for 2,905 yards and 20 touchdowns this season, the bowl game marks the ideal capper to his career.

"We had goals at the beginning of the season to win the (Mid-American Conference) and win all of our home games, which didn't happen," Radcliff said. "But we can still win a bowl game and accomplish that. Winning a bowl game is a very symbolic ending to a winning season." - The Sports Xchange

12/26/2012 - Ryan Radcliff threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Cody Wilson with 5:11 remaining to give Central Michigan the lead, and Western Kentucky was stopped on fourth down when a field goal would have tied the game in the final minute, giving the Chippewas a 24-21 win in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl on Wednesday night. Lance Guidry, coaching the Hilltoppers on an interim basis before Bobby Petrino takes over, decided to play for the win on fourth-and-2 from the 19 with 51 seconds left, but Kawaun Jakes threw incomplete.

Western Kentucky (7-6) fell just short in its first bowl since joining college football's top tier in 2009. Avery Cunningham blocked a punt for Central Michigan (7-6) to give the Chippewas a short field before Wilson's TD. - AP Sports

12/26/2012 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Ryan Radcliff deserves credit for sticking it out at Central Michigan. Radcliff had the job of replacing a conference and CMU legend in four-year starting quarterback Dan LeFevour, who guided the team to four straight bowl games. Radcliff dealt with problems along the offensive line, the lack of a consistent rushing attack and a coaching change in the first two years. But Radcliff has lowered his interception total this year while not attempting to force passes in tight windows, and he threw for nearly 3,000 yards. He should have a big day against Western Kentucky in his final collegiate game. - The Sports Xchange

11/10/2012 - Ryan Radcliff passed for 284 yards and two touchdowns and Zurlon Tipton surpassed 1,000 yards rushing for the season as Central Michigan defeated Eastern Michigan 34-31 Saturday. Radcliff threw TDs of 10 and 14 yards to Andrew Flory, who had nine catches for 188 yards for the Chippewas (4-6, 2-4 Mid-American). Tipton added an 11-yard TD run and 110 yards rushing - giving him 1,093 for the year, which is the most at Central Michigan since quarterback Dan LeFevour totaled 1,122 in 2007. Quarterback Alex Gillett had 162 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Eastern Michigan (1-9, 0-6), which led 14-0 in the first quarter. He was also 7 of 17 passing for 77 yards and a touchdown. The Chippewas trailed 21-10 early in the third quarter before TDs by Tipton and Flory and a 49-yard interception return for a score by Kavon Frazier put them ahead for good. - AP Sports

09/24/2012 - WEEK 4 MAC WEST DIVISION CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Central Michigan QB Ryan Radcliff...Senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff (Sherwood, Ohio) was the triggerman of a potent Central Michigan offense on Saturday at Iowa, helping the Chippewas engineer an epic come-from-behind 32-31 road win over the Hawkeyes. Radcliff was on-target all day, completing 26-of-35 (74%) of his passes for 283 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. He started the game red hot, completing his first eight passes, and finished with a flurry, leading a late fourth quarter scoring drive that covered 64 yards in just 1:33. Radcliff found receiver Titus Davis with a 13-yard touchdown strike with 45 seconds remaining to pull CMU within two and then, after the Chippewas recovered an onside kick, guided the offense into field goal position. - MAC football

09/22/2012 - Central Michigan's David Harman drilled a 47-yard field goal with three seconds left, and the Chippewas scored nine points in the final 45 seconds and stunned Iowa 32-31 on Saturday. Central Michigan (2-1) pulled within 31-29 on Ryan Radcliff's 13-yard TD throw to Titus Davis. The Chippewas failed on the two-point conversion, but they recovered an onside kick and moved to Iowa's 30-yard line in part because of a personal foul on the Hawkeyes (2-2). Harman had the wind at his back on the winning kick, which handed Iowa one of its most improbable defeats in 14 years under coach Kirk Ferentz. Mark Weisman ran for 217 yards and three touchdowns in a losing effort for Iowa. - AP Sports

09/07/2012 - QB Ryan Radcliff's right arm wasn't needed with the Chippewas emphasizing the run in week 1. The senior moved into second place on the all-time school career passing attempts list with 963. Radcliff has started 25 straight games. - The Sports Xchange

08/29/2012 - SCOUTING THE OFFENSE: The offensive line is vastly improved from last season. QB Ryan Radcliff struggled finding time the last two seasons due to inconsistent line play. Radcliff has shown big-play potential in his two years, but he has been bothered by silly mistakes and drive-killing interceptions. He threw for 3,286 yards and 25 touchdowns last year. The running game is another area that is improved. The Chippewas, led by Titus Davis, Courtney Williams, Cody Wilson and Jerry Harris, have one of the best wide receiving units in the conference. - The Sports Xchange

 
Latest News
12/26/2012 - Central Michigan senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff had the tough job of attempting to fill LeFevour's shoes in 2010. Radcliff had three very productive seasons albeit some issues with interceptions in his first two years but couldn't match LeFevour's success due to a lack of playmakers and a consistent defense. For Radcliff, who has thrown for 2,905 yards and 20 touchdowns this season, the bowl game marks the ideal capper to his career.

"We had goals at the beginning of the season to win the (Mid-American Conference) and win all of our home games, which didn't happen," Radcliff said. "But we can still win a bowl game and accomplish that. Winning a bowl game is a very symbolic ending to a winning season." - The Sports Xchange

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