Weight: 225 pounds
40 Yard Dash: 4.95
Bench Press: N/A
Vertical Jump: N/A
Broad Jump: N/A
Career Highlights (via NC State athletics site)
Overview: Ranks fifth in school history in career TD throws with 32 … Also ranks on the career lists in completions with 316 (ninth) and attempts with 505 (12th) … His career completion percentage of .626 is the second-best mark in school history while his career passing efficiency mark of 134.16 ranks third … Graduated from NC State in May of 2011 with a degree in business administration, he was named an Academic All-ACC performer.
In 2011: Threw for 31 touchdowns on the season, that mark ties as the second-highest mark in school history, second only to Philip Rivers … Tied the State single-game record for touchdown throws with five in the win over Maryland … Set career highs for completions (36) and attempts (55) in the win over the Terps, the fifth and sixth-best marks in school history respectively … Ranked fourth in the ACC in passing yards per game, second in touchdown throws … Completed 17 of his 20 attempts in the win over South Alabama, his .850 mark for that game was the best since the season opener of 2003, when Philip Rivers threw 26-30 (.866) against Western Carolina … Threw four touchdown passes in the win over Central Micigan … Threw TD passes of 63, 65, 67, 79 and 87 yards in 2011 … That 87-yard TD versus Cincinnati was the fifth-longest pass play in school history.
In 2010: Saw action in just three games while playing behind Russell Wilson, he completed an impressive .692 of his throws, however … Threw for eight touchdowns in three 2010 spring scrimmages.
In 2009: Saw action in seven games, completing .615 of his throws … In for a season-high 31 snaps versus Gardner-Webb, he connected on six of his seven attempts for 65 yards … Threw his first career touchdown versus Clemson, he was 4-6 for 56 yards in that contest.
In 2008: Redshirted the season at quarterback.
Scouting Report/Player Notes
Glennon to me is one of the more overrated passers in this year’s draft. I had the chance to watch a couple of his games last year, and I don’t see the killer instinct in his game. He is a competitive player, no doubt, but I feel like he relies too much on the structure of the game rather than his ability to make plays, if that makes sense. He is too ‘by the book’ for me. Those kinds of quarterbacks can win you some games in the NFL, but as strong an arm as Glennon has, there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be a dominant prospect. In fact, there were rumblings at one point he had a shot to be the number one pick, so you know there are some out there who feel he has elite potential. I don’t understand though how at 6’7″ Glennon is coming into the Scouting Combine weighing 225 pounds. He is far too skinny right now, and needs to add weight. You saw Brock Osweiler come into last year’s Scouting Combine a year younger weighing in the 240+ range, and he’s still a relatively thin guy. Glennon needs to add muscle to his frame, and it’s odd that he hasn’t been able to do that to this point. I think he will really impress scouts on the board in pre-draft interviews, and he should be really efficient at his pro day, which could cause a team to reach for him in the first or early second round. I don’t view him as any better of a prospect than Nick Foles was coming out. Right now, I think Glennon has too much hype for his ability. I could see him winding up as a very solid QB in the NFL if he puts in the work. In fact, he may even turn out to be a top 15 QB in the league by the time all is said and done. That being said, I think he has a long way to go. Some team is going to put a lot of pressure on him by taking him high, and I don’t know that he is worthy of a very high draft choice. I’m extremely critical of QB prospects who I don’t think have overly competitive drives. I’m not saying Glennon isn’t competitive, but there are just some players who you can see have that killer instinct. I want to see more of that from Glennon.
Video Highlights (via YouTube)