Mobility: Offensive coordinator is not shy about rolling him in the pocket. A pass first mindset however the recruit shows that he’s zone read capable and beyond in the run game. You can develop quarterback run plays with great efficacy and he can chunk up a defense if the play breaks down.
Pocket Game: Has good sense when to hold them and when to fold them. His pocket presence and escape-ability is one of the strongest traits he displays on film. Stands tough in the pocket and lets the play develop and conversely can elongate the play and make something happen on the fly. Can be very dangerous in the passing game when the play breaks down.
Rashada is obviously a quarterback one and shares the same quarterback coach as Tennessee commit Nico Iamaleava. Rashada is a pro. I love the way he commands the game and has this innate calmness about him. The game isn’t hectic or going too fast and his ability to process the field and own it is evident.
His HUDL Highlight clip of the night was watching a blitz come through, eluding a couple defenders, elongating the play horizontally and then placing a perfect touch pass over the top. That quantified the term “playmaker” perfectly. A 4.90 Orange Recruit. This is a take. A big one.