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2015 NFL DRAFT

Kevin Hogan, QB

School: Stanford  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: McLean, VA
Height/Weight: - / - lbs.
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10/28/2014 - Kevin Hogan threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, Ty Montgomery returned a punt for a score and Stanford's sporadic offense busted out of its slump in a 38-14 rout of Oregon State on Saturday. The Cardinal (5-3, 3-2 Pacific 12) controlled the game from start to finish, showing more diverse looks that they have all season - just like coach David Shaw had promised after a perplexing 26-10 loss at Arizona State last week took Stanford out of The Associated Press poll for the first time in four years. Stanford still had its share of mistakes: Hogan tossed two interceptions, Ben Rhyne had a punt blocked and Jordan Williamson made one of two short field goals. But the victory kept the Cardinal in control of winning a third straight Pac-12 title.

Stanford plays at No. 6 Oregon on Nov. 1, and the winner will move into first place in the league's North Division. Oregon State (4-3, 1-3) is all but out of the race to make the conference championship game now. Sean Mannion and the Beavers struggled to move the ball against the conference's top-ranked defense, scoring one TD after an interception and another against second-stringers with the game decided. The Cardinal outgained Oregon State 438 to 221 yards and dominated on both sides. Hogan completed 18 of 28 passes for 277 yards. Stanford's running-back-by committee approach racked up 151 yards rushing, including a 1-yard TD run by fullback Patrick Skov. - AP Sports

10/11/2014 - The No. 25 Stanford Cardinal failed to convert a number of scoring opportunities, but their defense slowed the Washington State Cougars' passing game enough to give them a 34-17 victory Friday night at Stanford Stadium. Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, who set an FBS record with 734 passing yards a week ago against Cal and entered Friday's game leading the nation in passing yards per game, attempted 69 passes, completing 42 of them for 292 yards, well below his average of 508.7 yards per game. He threw two touchdown passes and one interception as Washington State dropped to 2-5 overall, 1-3 in the Pac-12.

Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan was 23-for-35 for 284 yards, with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Running back Remound Wright had 98 rushing yards and a touchdown. Stanford (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12) outgained the Cougars 477-266, and Washington State had minus-26 yards on the ground. But Stanford wasted several scoring chances that could have made the game a blowout. Wide receiver Devon Cajuste dropped what would have been a touchdown pass on Stanford's first possession, when it settled for a field goal. In the second quarter, Cardinal running back Patrick Skov fumbled the ball away at the Washington State 1-yard line. On its next possession, Stanford was hit with holding penalties on consecutive plays before kicker Jordan Williams missed a 37-yard field goal attempt on the final play of the first half. Early in the third quarter, a 35-yard touchdown pass to Cardinal wide receiver Ty Montgomery was negated by an illegal-shift penalty. - The Sports Xchange

10/10/2014 - Stanford QB Hogan likely to start vs. Washington State...Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan will start Friday night when the Cardinal host Washington State. Hogan was injured in last week's 17-14 loss to Notre Dame. But on Wednesday, he took about 80 percent of the snaps with the first team. "He did everything ... and really felt good and looked good," Coach David Shaw said. Shaw did not provide any specifics to Hogan's injury. After the loss to the Irish, there were reports that Hogan might miss Friday's game. We were aware of it," Shaw told the San Jose Mercury News. "There was no fear of further injury. He still had full range of motion. He still had full strength. - The Sports Xchange

10/08/2014 - Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan is nursing a leg injury but is expected to start against Washington State on Friday night. Cardinal coach David Shaw said Tuesday that Hogan was injured during Stanford's 17-14 loss at Notre Dame on Saturday. He declined to discuss how the injury occurred or which leg was hurt. Shaw said Hogan did not practice Monday, would be limited in Tuesday's practice and will likely participate without limitations in Wednesday's final practice before the game. Backup Evan Crower has been taking snaps with the first-team offense and would start if Hogan has a setback. Stanford center Graham Shuler gave an optimistic outlook on Hogan's status. Shuler said Hogan injured his leg in the beginning of the game at Notre Dame but is fine now. "I was jogging into the facility with him this morning. He's ready to roll," Shuler said. Hogan has started every game for No. 25 Stanford (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12) since taking over for Josh Nunes in November 2012. He has led the Cardinal to the past two Pac-12 titles. - AP Sports

10/01/2014 - David Shaw provided a scathing assessment of Stanford's offense. Fortunately for the coach and the Cardinal, the public criticism came after a win. Kevin Hogan ran for a 5-yard touchdown with 4:29 remaining, and No. 16 Stanford used its stingy defense and a poorly timed fake punt by Washington to post a 20-13 win on Saturday. Stanford (3-1, 1-1 Pac-12) made just enough mistakes to let the Huskies linger into the fourth quarter despite the Cardinal dominating statistically. But Stanford capitalized on Washington coach Chris Petersen's risky and ultimately unsuccessful decision to run a fake punt at the Huskies 47 midway through the fourth quarter. Six plays later, Hogan scored and the Cardinal had passed their first road test of the season. Now they can turn their attention to next week's showdown at Notre Dame.

"I think we are so much better than we are playing, and the point I got across to the team is it doesn't matter how good we are, it matters how well we play," Shaw said. "And right now, when you look at us right now we're a semi-efficient, sloppy offense and that's not one thing we've ever been known for and it's one thing we better not be known from here on our this season." Six times the Cardinal drove inside the Washington 30, but a missed field goal and fumble by Hogan never let Stanford pull away. The Cardinal committed three turnovers, including Remound Wright's fumble late in the second quarter that Shaq Thompson returned 32 yards for a touchdown to pull the Huskies (4-1, 0-1) even at 13. Hogan was 17-for-26 passing for 178 yards and added 53 yards rushing. - AP Sports

10/01/2014 - Washington and Stanford traded punches in a defensive slugfest, but it was Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan who landed the decisive blow. Hogan lined the Cardinal up in a heavy formation, but faked the handoff and rolled out to the right for a 5-yard touchdown run with 4:29 remaining to give Stanford a 20-13 victory at Husky Stadium on Saturday. Hogan completed 17 of 26 passes for 178 yards and one touchdown to go with his game-winning rushing touchdown. "We should have expected it," Washington defensive tackle Danny Shelton said of Hogan's touchdown run. "They were going to come out with some trickery. We were locked in on them running up the middle."

To get the ball on that touchdown, the Cardinal successfully sniffed out a fake punt from the Huskies on fourth-and-9. Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson tried to run it, but was stopped for no gain, and the Cardinal took over at the Huskies' 47. "Congratulations to our defense," Stanford head coach David Shaw said. "Once again, they won the game for us." Stanford's defense has given up just two touchdowns this year, one to Washington in the form of a 25-yard pass from quarterback Cyler Miles Miles to wide receiver Jaydon Mickens and one to USC two weeks ago. - The Sports Xchange

08/11/2014 - 2014 PRESEASON JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM AWARD WATCH LIST: Kevin Hogan, Stanford...Hogan was previously named to the Maxwell Award watch list as national player of the year. A multi-faceted quarterback, Hogan is 16-3 as a starter and 10-1 against nationally-ranked opponents. He ran for the third-highest single season yardage by a Stanford quarterback last season (355 yards). Through the air Hogan attempted just 295 passes but completed 180 of them (61 percent) en route to 2,630 yards and 20 touchdowns. - Stanford football

07/31/2014 - 2014 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: Kevin Hogan, Stanford, Quarterback, Junior...This year marks the second on the Maxwell preseason list for Hogan, a multi-faceted quarterback who ran for the third-highest single season yardage by a Stanford quarterback last season (355 yards). Through the air Hogan attempted just 295 passes but completed 180 of them (61 percent) en route to 2,630 yards and 20 touchdowns. Hogan is 16-3 as a starter and 10-1 against nationally-ranked opponents. - Stanford football

07/30/2014 - 2014 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Kevin Hogan (Stanford, Junior)...Hogan was previously named to the Maxwell Award watch list as national player of the year. A multi-faceted quarterback, Hogan is 16-3 as a starter and 10-1 against nationally-ranked opponents. He ran for the third-highest single season yardage by a Stanford quarterback last season (355 yards). Through the air Hogan attempted just 295 passes but completed 180 of them (61 percent) en route to 2,630 yards and 20 touchdowns. Hailing from Mclean, Va. and Gonzaga College High School (D.C), Hogan majors in science, technology and society. - Stanford football

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

06/27/2014 - Stanford's top NFL Draft-eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 2. QB Kevin Hogan, RS Junior...One of the biggest knocks on Hogan is largely one he can't do much about. Like Jim Harbaugh before him, Shaw believes in a power-running game and physical defense, often putting his quarterback in the position to play game-manager rather than gunslinger. This strategy doesn't lend itself to gaudy statistics and Hogan certainly doesn't have them, posting "just" 3,726 yards and 29 touchdowns against 13 interceptions in 20 starts. Hogan flashes enticing talent but he struggled in surprising road losses at Utah and Southern Cal a year ago. Considering the losses along the offensive line and that the meat of Stanford's tough 2014 schedule is also on the road, Hogan's poise will be tested in 2014. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

06/05/2014 - ROB RANG'S MAY 15, 2014 TOP 32 BIG BOARD: 10. Kevin Hogan, QB, 6-4, 228, rJr., Stanford: Hogan doesn't have the mobility of his Pac-12 peers but he is a savvy and refined passer with a good arm and underrated athleticism. He's not the second coming of Andrew Luck but has the tools to intrigue as a future franchise quarterback. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

04/13/2014 - Stanford coach David Shaw spent the past few months telling anybody who would listen that his defense would be just fine after losing coordinator Derek Mason and several key players this offseason. If spring showed anything about the two-time defending Pac-12 champions, it's that Shaw's hard-hitting defense might be just as stout again this fall. John Flacco and Chandler Dorrell each intercepted a pass for a score, leading the defense to a dominating 47-23 win over the offense in Stanford's spring game Saturday. "It almost seems like they reload," quarterback Kevin Hogan said.

Shaw stuck to the unconventional scoring format in the spring game for the third straight year: offense (Cardinal) vs. defense (White) to give a truer indication of which side won - as if anybody needed a reminder. The defense received points depending on where it stopped the offense on the field or if it forced a turnover. And despite losing about half of its key contributors to graduation or the NFL draft, the defense carried the day again. The White piled up eight sacks, eight pass breakups and 14 tackles for loss. The defense led 30-3 at the half, and the final score would've been even more lopsided if not for Shaw pulling most of his defensive starters off the field for the final few possessions.

Neither quarterback looked sharp, but Hogan cemented his status as the starter - which Shaw reiterated is not even a question. Hogan completed 14 of 22 passes for 131 yards, two touchdowns and an interception by Flacco, the brother of Baltimore Ravens quarterback and former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco. - AP Sports

11/11/2013 - 2014 NFL Draft: Stanford's Hogan, Yankey, Skov star vs. Oregon...Oregon's speed was the dominant storyline of the pre-game build-up of Thursday night's showdown between the No. 3 Ducks and No. 5 Stanford in Palo Alto. It was the Cardinal's brawn -- and a brilliant game by quarterback Kevin Hogan -- that instead proved more dominant in Stanford's 26-20 win. Though his statistics don't necessarily show it, Hogan outdueled Heisman hopeful Marcus Mariota, completing seven of 13 passes for 103 yards, including a 43-yard rainbow down the right sideline to Michael Rector to put Tyler Gaffney in position to score the game's first touchdown. While not as nimble or explosive an athlete as the Ducks' quarterback, Hogan showed off his functional mobility, stepping out of trouble and running through arm-tackles to gain 57 yards on the ground, including scoring a 11-yard touchdown in the second quarter.

Mariota (20/34 for 250 yards, two TDs/zero INTs) was hit often and never got into rhythm. He under-threw a deep ball early that should have gone for a touchdown and missed several open receivers, especially after taking a sack and fumbling in the third quarter. Mariota was uncharacteristically cavalier with the football, coughing it up twice on plays in which he see the defender coming. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

 
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10/28/2014 - Kevin Hogan threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, Ty Montgomery returned a punt for a score and Stanford's sporadic offense busted out of its slump in a 38-14 rout of Oregon State on Saturday. The Cardinal (5-3, 3-2 Pacific 12) controlled the game from start to finish, showing more diverse looks that they have all season - just like coach David Shaw had promised after a perplexing 26-10 loss at Arizona State last week took Stanford out of The Associated Press poll for the first time in four years. Stanford still had its share of mistakes: Hogan tossed two interceptions, Ben Rhyne had a punt blocked and Jordan Williamson made one of two short field goals. But the victory kept the Cardinal in control of winning a third straight Pac-12 title.

Stanford plays at No. 6 Oregon on Nov. 1, and the winner will move into first place in the league's North Division. Oregon State (4-3, 1-3) is all but out of the race to make the conference championship game now. Sean Mannion and the Beavers struggled to move the ball against the conference's top-ranked defense, scoring one TD after an interception and another against second-stringers with the game decided. The Cardinal outgained Oregon State 438 to 221 yards and dominated on both sides. Hogan completed 18 of 28 passes for 277 yards. Stanford's running-back-by committee approach racked up 151 yards rushing, including a 1-yard TD run by fullback Patrick Skov. - AP Sports

 

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