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Cole Stoudt

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Pro-style quarterback
Dublin, Ohio
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  • Ht:6'4"
  • Wt:200 lbs
  • 40:4.66 secs
  • Shuttle:4.13
  • Vertical:36 inches
  • Class:2011 (High School)
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College Choices

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ClemsonCOMMITTED (10/29/2010)None
Arizona St.NoneNone
South FloridaNoneNone

Scouting Report on Cole Stoudt

by Barry Every - 06/03/2010
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  • VelocityDivision I Player
On the Hoof: Stoudt has a tall, lean body structure with long limbs and plenty of room to grow. His build is like a young, flame-throwing baseball prospect. Stoudt should physically remind fans of Oregon signee Bryan Bennett.
Needs Improvement: Stoudt will need to add some muscle mass and strength, which should make him more durable and improve his overall arm strength. He must get into the habit of transferring his weight instead of throwing flat-footed because the ball has a tendency to fade as it reaches the receiver.
Most Impressive: He possesses the desired height and overall frame of a traditional pro-style quarterback. Accuracy on short and midrange throws is his forte. He does get good depth on his drops and knows how to take snaps under center and in the shotgun.
Conclusion: He is a raw but very talented prospect who may need a couple of years of seasoning and filling out. Don't underestimate size and football smarts as two very important ingredients for the making of a solid college quarterback.

Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for He has worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, Bobby Bowden at Florida State University and Mack Brown at the University of North Carolina

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Next Level Combine comes to Cleveland05/11/
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Ohio QBs lead Columbus Elite 11 camp04/30/ Football Recruiting
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Class of 2011 QB options02/27/
Stoudt is on the radar02/24/
Passing the torch02/14/
Video: Cole Stoudt under center02/10/
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Cole Stoudt Visits Cincinnati09/30/
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Stoudt helps quarterbacks reach next level07/21/
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Year PAPCPctYdsTDInt
2009 61449165.01,200161
2008 101639156.01,100144