Negatives: Puts a little too much loft under his deep outs... Misses too many easy throws... Receivers have to adjust to too many of his passes... Deep throws are all over the place... Tries to do too much with his feet, runs with the ball far too often when he should keep his eyes downfield to throw... Has a thin build... Will take a ton of big hits in the NFL if he doesn't change his playing style... Plays in Nevada's Pistol offense... Will need to learn to take snaps from under center... A project player, athletic, but needs a lot of coaching... May have to switch position to find a spot on an NFL roster."
In 2009 the Nevada passing game was not quite as effective, as the 6-6 signal caller threw for just over 2,000 yards0 (but he was one of three 1,000 yard rushers on the team that season). Kaepernick also accounted for 36 touchdowns. Through eight games in the 2010 season, Kaepernick is again well on his way to reaching 2,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards.
What makes Kaepernick such an interesting NFL prospect is his size. At 6-6 and 225 pounds, he looks like an NFL quarterback. He certainly lacks the arm strength and passing accuracy of a top tier prospect, but he can make some decent throws. He will have to show off his arm during senior week and at the NFL combine, but some team should take a chance on him by the third or fourth round."
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