Scouting Report: Washington's Keith Price
6-foot-1, 195 lbs.
Has very good speed and elusiveness for a QB. Can pull it down and run in an instant. Dangerous outside the pocket. Throws a tight spiral with a lot of velocity. Has the arm to make any throw. He is very accurate on short throws. Good leader. Plays smart.
Needs to be more patient in the pocket. Tends to bail out and try to make plays with his feet too much at times. Needs to improve his intermediate and deep accuracy/timing. Lacks the ideal size for the position.
The talented and athletic sophomore signal caller is currently fifth in the nation in pass efficiency with a 177.91 rating. His 21 TDs with only 4 INTs are very impressive. He is very dangerous as both a runner and passer. He appears in command of the huddle and doesn't make many mistakes or get rattled under pressure. He is a young player with a lot of room to grow and improve his game. Can improvise effectively when plays breakdown and keeps plays alive with his ability to escape heavy pressure. This kid is very talented and is a key reason why the Huskies have started the season with a 5-1 record.
Dave Razzano is a former NFL scout with more than 22 years of professional scouting experience with the San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals under NFL coaches Bill Walsh, George Seifert, Chuck Knox and Dick Vermeil. He's been a part of five Super Bowls with three Super Bowl wins (49ers, 1989, 1990; Rams, 2000).