2015 NFL DRAFT

Seth Doege, QB

School: Texas Tech  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Wolfforth, TX
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 200 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
41523-
2012 Season
Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas Most Valuable Player ... East-West Shrine Game Participant ... Waco Tribune-Herald All-Big 12 (2nd Team) ... All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention) ... Academic All-Big 12 (1st Team) ...AT&T All-America Player of the Week (10/25) ...Davey O'Brien Award Semifinalist (Top Quarterback).

Fifth in passing touchdowns (39)... sixth in touchdowns responsible for (39)... eighth in passing yards (4,215)... eighth in passing completions (380)... eighth in total yardage leaders (4,274 - 59 rushing, 4,215 passing)... ninth in passing yards/game (324.2)... 10th in passing attempts (541)... played in 13 games (13 starts) and went 380-of-541 (70.2%) with 4,215 yards passing and 39 touchdown passes with 16 interceptions... averaged 324.2 yards passing/game... averaged 11.1 yards/completion... threw multiple touchdowns in 8-of-13 games during the season and in 16-of-25 games since becoming Tech's starter in 2011... threw five or more touchdowns in four games... has nine 300-yard passing efforts this season (18 career)... has two 400-yard passing performances this season (5 career)... became the second Red Raider in school history to pass for over 4,000 yards in back-to-back seasons (Graham Harrell - 2006-08)... became the first Red Raider to pass for over 300 yards in five consecutive Big 12 games since 2008 (Graham Harrell - 6).

Became the third quarterback in school history to pass for 8,000 career yards (Harrell, Kingsbury)... became the fourth player in school history to pass for at least 3,000 yards in back-to-back seasons (Potts, Harrell, Kingsbury)... was named the Meineke Car Care Bowl Most Valuable Player while leading Tech to the victory with 31-of-45 passing with 271 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions against Minnesota (12/28) at Reliant Stadium... joined senior teammates Cody Davis, LaAdrian Waddle and D.J. Johnson as a team captain against the Golden Gophers... completed 30-of-40 passes for 359 yards and three touchdowns with three interceptions against Baylor (11/24) at Cowboys Stadium... also ran for a 19-yard touchdown, his first rushing score of the season... joined senior teammates Cody Davis, D.J. Johnson and Eric Stephens Jr. as a team captain against the Bears... went 24-of-36 with 230 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions at No. 24 Oklahoma State (11/17)... went 45-of-59 for 476 yards with three touchdowns and one interception against Kansas (11/10)... 476 yards passing marked the most passing yards ever by a Red Raider against the Jayhawks... 476 yards marked the 17th most in school history.

Performance against Kansas moved him past 3,000 passing yards for the season, which marked the 13th consecutive season a Tech QB passed for at least 3,000 yards... also caught a pass from WR Austin Zouzalik for 29 yards against the Jayhawks... went 26-of-44 for 329 yards with a touchdown against No. 22 Texas (11/3)... passed for 331 yards on 35-of-50 passing with two touchdowns and one interception at No. 3 Kansas State (10/27)... threw a career-high seven touchdown passes while going 30-of-42 for 318 yards without throwing an interception at No. 21 TCU (10/20)... marked the third time this season throwing six-plus touchdowns... had a career-game going 32-of-42 for 499 yards with six touchdown passes with just one INT against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... recorded his first 400-yard passing effort of the season against West Virginia... became the first Tech QB to throw for a pair of 6 TD games in the same season since 2008 (Harrell - 2)... completed 22-of-36 for 203 yards with three interceptions and zero touchdowns against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... went 30-of-46 for 331 yards passing with three touchdowns and two interceptions at Iowa State (9/29)... also caught a pass from WR Bradley Marquez for a gain of one yard... marked first reception of the season (2nd career)... completed 27-of-35 passes for 340 yards with six touchdowns with zero interceptions against New Mexico (9/15).

Set a new career-high with six touchdown passes... tossed five touchdown passes in the first half becoming the first Red Raider with five TD passes in the first half since 2009 (Steven Sheffield, 6 - vs. K-State)... notched 500th career completion becoming just the seventh Tech QB to reach the career milestone... marked his second straight game with at least five TD passes and the fourth time during his career with at least four touchdown passes... finished the first half with 302 yards passing to become the first Red Raider to pass for at least 300 yards in the first half since 2010 (Taylor Potts, 306 - vs. Baylor - Cotton Bowl Stadium)... went 25-of-32 for 319 passing yards with five touchdowns and zero interceptions at Texas State (9/8)... marked third career four-plus passing touchdown performance, including this second career game with five passing TDs (at New Mexico - 2011)... career stats vs. Texas State (2 games): 49-of-66 (74%), 650 yards, 8 TD, 0 INT... marked his first 300-yard passing performance of the season (10th career)... opened the season going 23-of-34 for 199 yards with one passing touchdown and one interception against Northwestern State (9/1)... joined senior safety D.J. Johnson as a team captain for season opener against the Demons.

2011 Season
Academic All-Big 12 first team... AT&T All-America Player of the Week (10/27)... Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (10/24)... Davey O'Brien Award Semifinalist (Nation's Top Quarterback)... Manning Award "Stars of the Week" (10/30)... Walter Camp National Player of the Week (10/23)... Manning Award "Stars of the Week" (9/25)... AT&T All-America Player of the Week (9/22)... Big 12 Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/19)... Davey O'Brien Quarterback of the Week (9/19) Honorable Mention... Capital One Cup Impact Performance Nominee... Manning Award "Stars of the Week" (9/18)... NCAA RANKINGS: led the NCAA (FBS) in passing (33.17 completions/game)... ranked fifth in passing yards per game (333.7)... ranked fifth in passing yardage (4,004 yards)... tied for 12th in passing touchdowns (28)... ranked 20th in points responsible for per game (16.00)... ranked 43rd in passing efficiency (138.9)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: ranked third in passing yardage per game (333.7)... ranked fourth in total offense (337.5)... ranked fifth in passing efficiency (138.9)... tied for the conference lead with nine 300-yard passing performances... (Baylor's Robert Griffin III)... led all Big 12 first-year starting QB's in numerous statistical categories, including completions, attempts, touchdowns, passing yards per game and passing yardage... TEXAS TECH RECORD BOOK: ranks ninth in Tech career passing completions list (439)... ranks 10th in Tech career passing attempts list (646)... ranks 10th in Tech career passing yardage list (4,431)... ranks seventh in Tech single-season passing completions list (398)... ranks eighth in Tech single-season passing attempts list (581)... ranks eighth in Tech single-season passing yardage list (4,004)... ranks eighth on Tech single-season passing yardage per game list (333.7)... ranks 10th in Tech single-season passing touchdowns list (28)... played in 12 games (12 starts) and went 398-of-581 (68.5%) for 4,004 yards passing and 28 touchdowns with 10 interceptions while averaging 333.7 yards passing per game... rushed for 46 yards marking the most rushing yards by a Tech QB since 2005 (Cody Hodges - 191)... accounted for a total of 32 touchdowns with 28 passing TDs and four rushing TDs... became the eighth quarterback in school history to pass for over 4,000 yards in a season and the first since 2008 (Graham Harrell, 5,111)... passed for over 300 yards in nine games... passed for over 400 yards on three occasions... most 300-yard passing games by a Tech QB since 2008 (Harrell - 11)... 68.5 completion percentage marked the highest by a Tech QB since 2008... only Graham Harrell in 2007 and 2008 had a higher completion percentage in a season since 2000... collected eight multiple passing touchdown performances... went 41-of-52 for 355 yards passing with three touchdowns and two interceptions against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... went 37-of-53 for 315 yards and one touchdown with an interception at Missouri (11/19)... went 25-of-43 for 169 yards with an interception against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... reached the 3,000-yard passing mark for the season at Texas which marked the ninth straight season the Red Raiders have had a QB pass for at least 3,000 yards... went 40-of-55 for 381 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... 381-yards passing marked the most against the Longhorns this season... 381-yards passing at Texas marked the 68th most by a Red Raider QB in a single-game... 381-yards passing marked the 23rd most by a Red Raider QB in a road game... went 16-of-32 for 171 passing yards with zero touchdowns and threw two interceptions against Iowa State (10/29)... scored Tech's only touchdown of the game on an eight-yard rushing touchdown... went 33-of-52 for 441 yards with four passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown without throwing an interception at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... most passing yards ever by a Red Raider QB against Oklahoma... tied for the 32nd most passing yards ever by a Tech QB... 11th most passing yards by a Tech QB in a road game... 7th most passing yards by a Tech QB in a Big 12 road contest... passed for over 400 yards in back-to-back Big 12 games... became first Tech QB to throw for over 400 yards in consecutive Big 12 games since 2008 (Graham Harrell - vs. Texas; vs. Oklahoma State)... went 43-of-63 for 461 yards passing with one touchdown, three interceptions and notched first career rushing touchdown against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... at halftime, was 25-of-34 for 296 yards with a touchdown against the Wildcats... 461 yards passing marks the 22nd most all-time for a Red Raider quarterback in a game... 461 passing yards are the 12th most for a Tech QB in a game played in Lubbock... 461 passing yards are the 15th most by a Red Raider QB against a league opponent... 461 yards passing are fifth most by a Big 12 quarterback in a game this season... went 44-of-66 for 391 yards passing with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... 44 completions are the most by a Red Raider QB since Taylor Potts threw 46 completions at Texas in 2009... 66 attempts are the most by a Red Raider QB since Graham Harrell threw 72 times against No. 3 Oklahoma in 2007... 66 passing attempts are the most by a Big 12 quarterback in a single-game this season... 391-yards passing against the Aggies marked the fourth most ever by a Red Raider QB against A&M in Lubbock... 391-yards passing are the 61st most in a single-game in school history... 391-yards passing are the 37th most by a Red Raider QB in a game played in Lubbock... 75 total offensive plays against the Aggies marked the most by a player in the Big 12 this season... went 29-of-46 for 366 yards with three touchdowns with one interception at Kansas (10/1)... led game-winning drive in the fourth quarter to defeat Nevada 35-34 with a touchdown pass to WR Eric Ward with 36 seconds left to play... went 26-of-38 passing for 222 yards with three touchdowns without tossing an interception against the Wolf Pack (9/24)... marked the first time since 2008 Texas Tech had gone three consecutive games (vs. Texas State, at New Mexico, vs. Nevada) without throwing an INT... also ran for 83 yards on nine carries against Nevada... 83 yards rushing marked the most by a Texas Tech QB since Sept. 13, 1997 (Zebbie Lethridge, 88 yards vs. Southwest Louisiana)... posted a 48-yard run in the third quarter that marked the longest run by a Tech QB since the 1999 season opener at Arizona State (Rob Peters, 55-yard run)... had a career performance going 40-for-44 (90.1%) with 401 yards passing and five touchdowns at New Mexico (9/17)... 90.1 percent completion percentage marked a new NCAA all-time record for highest percentage of passes completed in a game (min. 40 completions)... previous record was held by former Red Raider QB Kliff Kingsbury (83.3%, 49-of-59 passing, at No. 23 Texas A&M on Oct. 5, 2002)... helped Texas Tech break the NCAA all-time team record for highest percentage of passes completed (min. 35 completions) with three Tech passers (Jacob Karam, Austin Zouzalik) combined going 45-of-50 for a 90 percent completion percentage against the Lobos... previous record held by South Carolina (vs. Mississippi State, 87%, 40-of-46 passing - Oct. 14, 1995)... completed 15 consecutive passes (first half) against New Mexico to tie an all-time school record (Taylor Potts, vs. Baylor in Cotton Bowl Stadium in 2010)... became the first Tech QB to pass for at least five touchdowns without tossing an interception since Graham Harrell (6 TD/0 INT) in 2008 against Oklahoma State (11/08) in Lubbock... became the sixth Texas Tech player to be awarded the AT&T All-America Player of the Week award (joined QB Taylor Potts, 2010; QB Graham Harrell, 2008; WR Michael Crabtree, 2008; PK Matt Williams, 2008; QB Sonny Cumbie, 2004)... made season debut passing for 326 yards on 23-of-33 passing with three touchdowns without throwing an interception in season opener against Texas State (9/3)... marked eighth consecutive year a Texas Tech QB has thrown for over 300 yards in season opener... marked first career 300-yard passing game... marked first career multi-passing touchdown performance.
2010 Season
Played in two games (back-up role) while going 3-of-4 for 58 yards passing on the season... passed for 58 yards on 3-of-4 passing (long of 21 yards) in the fourth quarter against Weber State (11/20)... made season debut off the bench at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13) in the fourth quarter... did not attempt a pass in first appearance of the season.
2009 Season
Made first career start against Kansas ... completed 14-of-28 passes for 159 yards and a touchdown in one half of play ... connected with Detron Lewis on a 61-yard scoring strike ... played in the second half against Texas A&M ... finished the night 18-of-25 for 146 yards ... threw first career touchdown versus Kansas State.
2008 Season
Redshirt season ... scout team member.
High School
Frenship High School in Wolfforth, Texas ... one of the most promising prep quarterbacks in the state despite missing each of the last two seasons with injuries ... displayed his abilities in 7-on-7 competitions for the Tigers, leading the team to the state tournament in College Station during the summer of 2007 ... noted for his leadership, decision making and quick release, he appears to possess a number of qualities that will make him effective in operating the Tech offense ... rated as a three-star prospect, the No. 4 quarterback and the No. 71 overall player in the state on Rivals.com's Texas Top 100 for 2008 ... also listed as the No. 18 overall pro-style passer in the nation by Rivals ... a three-star player according to Scout.com ... a member of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal's `Top 100' for 2008 ... ranked the No. 4 quarterback and No. 43 overall player in the state on SuperPrep's `Texas 110 for 2008' ... saw action as a sophomore, completing 115-of-171 attempts (67.2%) for 2,439 yards and 27 touchdowns at Crane High School in 2005 ... also carried the ball 78 times, gaining 526 yards and adding three touchdowns on the ground during sophomore year ... attended Texas Tech Football Camp prior to junior year ... chose Tech over interest from Florida, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Purdue ... High School Coaches: Bobby Davis and Randy Doege.
Injury Report
2007: Suffered another torn ACL. ?It was like a year and three days apart,? Doege told the Daily Toreador of his two torn ACLs. "The second one, I was just running and I planted to get up-field in practice and it just gave out on me. That second one?s kind of a freak thing.?

2006: Suffered a torn ACL, missing the entire season. "I got horse-collared while my foot was stuck in the ground and it rotated and it kind of, you know, just twisted the ACL and just popped," Doege told the Daily Toreador.

--Rob Rang

Personal
Seth Doege ... born December 18, 1988, in San Angelo, Texas ... son of Melinda and Randy Doege ... has a younger brother, Jarrett ... cousin, Kyle Herm, is a quarterback at Rice ... father was head coach at Crane High School and is now an assistant at Frenship ... enjoys fishing and playing competitive sports ... career aspiration is to be a leader in whatever he does ... majoring in exercise and sports sciences
 
 
LATEST NEWS
04/30/2013 - Falcons Add 24 College Free Agents...QB Seth Doege, 6-1, 197 pounds, was named the MVP of the Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas after leading Texas Tech to a win completing 31 of 45 passes for 271 yards with one touchdown. He ranks third in Red Raider history with 8,646 passing yards, 69 touchdowns, 1187 pass attempts, and 819 completions. - Jay Adams, AtlantaFalcons.com

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