Sean Mannion, QB

School: Oregon State  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Pleasanton, CA
Height/Weight: - / - lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
Game Log
08/31EWASHL 46-49433786.04229.83000-0
09/07HAWAIIW 33-14433172.13728.7415-13-2.60
09/14@UTAHW 51-48452760.04439.8501-12-12.00
09/21@SDGSTW 34-30553869.13676.7304-23-5.80
09/28COLOW 44-17522751.94148.0613-19-6.30
10/12@WASHSTW 52-24513466.74939.7411-6-6.00
10/19@CALW 49-17453577.848110.7402-19-9.50
10/26STNFRDL 12-20574171.92714.8109-60-6.70
11/01USCL 14-31452657.82776.2133-22-7.30
11/16@ARIZSTL 17-30463167.43207.0241-9-9.00
11/23WASHL 27-69412048.82295.6133-12-4.00
11/29@OREGL 35-36472961.73146.7212-28-14.00
12/24BOISEW 38-23332472.72597.81100-0
Passing Stats
2011-12Oregon State124733053332181624127.2
2012-13Oregon State103092002446131512138.8
2013-14Oregon State125703764403143625146.8
TOTAL 34135288110181456761138.1
2011-12Oregon State1233-1921
2012-13Oregon State1018-850
2013-14Oregon State1234-2230
TOTAL 3485-5001
2013-14Oregon State12160
TOTAL 34160
2011-12Oregon State1294
2012-13Oregon State1051
2013-14Oregon State1272
TOTAL 34217
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01/07/2014 - Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion is returning for his senior season. Mannion, who has already graduated with a bachelor's degree in liberal studies, announced his decision Monday in a statement released by the Beavers. "I'm excited to return for my senior year," Mannion said. "I weighed the pros and cons of making myself eligible for the Draft with my family and current coaching staff, and came to the conclusion that I have decided to continue my career with my teammates at Oregon State." Mannion set a Pac-12 season record for passing yards with 4,662 and threw an Oregon State-record 37 touchdown passes, third-most for a single season in conference history. Before making his decision, he consulted the NFL Draft Advisory Board and was projected as a third-round selection.

In fall camp, coach Mike Riley took his time to decide whether to start Mannion or Cody Vaz. The two had traded off the prior season - mostly because of injuries - and the Beavers went 9-4 after winning just three games in 2011. Mannion won the job, but got off to a rocky start when the Beavers fell 49-46 at home to lower-division Eastern Washington in the season opener. The Beavers rebounded and reeled off six straight wins to become bowl eligible seven games into the season. Along the way, the 6-foot-5 Mannion was widely considered a Heisman hopeful. - AP Sports Shop

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