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We’re now made it through two days at the East-West Shrine Bowl and the second day allowed a new group of players to draw eyes as they stood out in preparation of their game on Saturday.

Here are the top offensive standouts from Tuesday’s practice.

EAST TEAM

QB Tommy Stevens – Mississippi State
The East team has three prototypical quarterbacks, all standing 6-foot-4 and weighing between 225 and 230 pounds, but it was former Bulldog Tommy Stevens who seemed to stand a little taller on Tuesday.

He threw the ball well, but what stood out to me was his ability to make plays when the pressure got through. In nine games over his lone season with Mississippi State, Stevens completed over 60 percent of his passes for 1,155 yards, 11 touchdowns and five touchdowns while adding 381 yards and four more touchdowns on the ground.

WEST TEAM
QB Tyler Huntley – Utah
Tyler Huntley had the best season of his college career in 2019 as a senior, leading Utah to an 11-3 record and an appearance in the Pac-12 championship game behind 3,092 passing yards and 19 touchdowns with just four interceptions. Huntley did so with a completion percentage of 73.1 percent and added another 290 yards and five touchdowns on the ground.

Huntley stood out at Tuesday’s practice, making plays with his feet and completing some tough passes downfield during both one-on-one and 11-on-11 drills.

WR Binjimen Victor – Ohio State
Binjimen Victor, a Florida native, was one of many dangerous weapons for Ohio State as they put together the fourth-most prolific offense among FBS football teams in 2019, catching 35 passes for 573 yards and six touchdowns. His 16.4 yards per reception ranked him eighth in the Big 10 this past season and he’s carried that success into Shrine Week.

After dropping a pass in one-on-one drills early, Victor put together one of the more impressive performances from Tuesday’s practices, including a brilliant double move (shown below) that went for a touchdown from Huntley.

WR Nick Westbrook – Indiana
Indiana’s Nick Westbrook had his best season as a sophomore, finishing 2017 with 995 receiving yards and six touchdowns, but nearly matched that career-high with five touchdowns in 2019 despite just 572 receiving yards on 42 receptions.

Westbrook had a solid day on Tuesday, making plays throughout the day and coming up with a tough over-the-shoulder reception from Huntley late, beating one of Pewter Report’s top performers from Monday, Keith Washington.

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Spitfire
Spitfire(@spitfire)
1 year ago

Both those QBs looked solid, Tommy Stevens looked big and quick with those cuts on his run though! What kind of arm and decision making does he have? Be nice to find a late day 2 or early day 3 QB as a solid backup or sleeper replacement.

Westbrook looked great on the adjustment on that overhead Willie Mays catch! Does he have any speed?

Buc stops here
Buc stops here(@buc-stops-here)
1 year ago

The position the Bucs don’t have to look for is a new kicker for the first time in years. Why would I say this? Looking at Matt Gay’s stats for the season a number of good things pop out at me: 1) Matt Gay kicked the longest field goal successfully this season at 58 yards. Two other kickers made the same distance, but no one further. 2) Matt Gay kicked the third most kicks successfully over 50 yards this year – only two kicker did more than his 5 made. 3) Matt Gay made 43 of 48 extra points for… Read more »

Buc stops here
Buc stops here(@buc-stops-here)
Reply to  Buc stops here
1 year ago

I forgot – he also made 11 kicks between 40 and 49 yards, the third most in the NFL – the two kickers making more were 13 each and both had a few more attempts this season than Gay did. Gay had to kick longer distances than most kickers this year (more attempts outside of 40 yards than nearly any other NFL kicker this year as a percentage of his kicks).

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
1 year ago

Thanks for gathering the info Buc stops here. I hope the last game doesn’t stay in his head into next season. It sure would be nice if we could sit in the stands and raise our arms the moment he walks on the field instead of crossing our fingers and then perhaps raising the middle one.

Dman
Dman(@dman)
1 year ago

Any of the O lineman look good? Only our biggest need…..

surferdudes
surferdudes(@surferdudes)
1 year ago

We do need to draft a QB to develop, nice you gave us two we could look out. Still not sure why PR is spending so much time writing about receivers since that’s not a need.

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