He’s not going to be Andrew Luck by any means. But that doesn’t mean he can’t be a good NFL quarterback. Hogan really came on at the end of his career at Stanford and he could easily be a diamond in the rough to take on the third day of the draft.
His yardage totals went up every year at Stanford and his 27 touchdowns as a senior was a career high along with just eight interceptions. You know with a guy from Stanford that he will be smart and that he will take care of the football. But Hogan is not just a pocket passer, he does have some mobility, particularly for a 6-4, 220 pound guy. His best performance was against Notre Dame when he went 17-21 for 269 yards and four touchdowns. He threw for over 300 yards against Oregon in a shootout that the Ducks ultimately won, including a drive in the final minute to score a touchdown that allowed them the chance to tie the game but could not convert on. He’s the late round sleeper in this coming draft.