Drew Viotto @Qbviotto9

College Position Projection - QB

WLW

Michigan

Player Key Physical Stats

2023 Drew Viotto @Qbviotto9

Recommended Level of Play: Early level of Play Projection - FBS Mid-Major - FCS scholarship Athlete - Drew is a young developing QB with multiple years to develop, polish & mature his QB skill set. He exhibits a great frame, high level mechanics and the commitment to work and sacrifice to become a high level QB recruit. Skill & Instruction very important as he develops prior to his HS career.

Height: 6’1"

Weight: 168

Evaluation Summary

my football evaluation

“MFE signature performance evaluation powered scoutSMART skillSCORE analytics” 

Division 1 – FBS HS Prospects – (4.5 – 7.0)

*Drew Projects a MFE Level of Play Index of  *5.1 – 5.4 – Good Prospect at Primary Position –  (Composite Ranking 5.0-5.4 Rivals / ESPN.com 2-Stars – 60 -69 / 247Sports 80-89) / (5.1 = Potential Starter / 5.4 = Probable Starter.) 

*Drew Projects a scoutSMART skillSCORE of 6.5! Very high ceiling and great things ahead!

 

MyFootball Evaluation and scoutSMART prepare our recruits using a customized analytics platform helping to become the best recruits for college coaches! An exclusive evaluation combining the metrics of individual profile, athletic ability, fundamental display of position mastery & a customized analytics platform that merges quantitative and subjective data & is reviewed by College Coaches from all levels of play! 

Why are you a college student-athlete prospect? This has been my goal ever since I was a kid. My goal is to play at the highest level in College. I am a great student, coachable, a great leader and I have a great work ethic. I want to thank you for this opportunity.

Skill Set Breakdown

QB Physical Profile metric through the lens of a College Coach:

FBS Quarterback

Physical Measurables:                           Key Stats:

  • Height: 6’1″ – 6’5” 40yd: 4.5 – 4.6
  • Weight: 220 lbs. – 240lbs. Bench: 260 lbs. – 300lbs    Squat: 425 lbs. – 450lbs+

Coach Keys: *Polished– Pro-Style or Spread QBs *Spin Efficiency: Excels throwing – Deep Out, Comeback, Dig, and Seam Route with no loft / *Arm Strength– Ability to throw the ball through the goalpost from opposite 40-yard line / *Proficient abilityto throw receivers open & ability to execute the back-shoulder throw / *Dual-Threat QBsmay be raw as passers but best pure athlete on the field / *Demonstrates High level QB ability– All-State level *Recognition from national recruiting media & Premier National Camp & Combine presence a MUST.

FCS Quarterback

Physical Measurables:                       Key Stats:

  • Height: 6’1″ – 6’4” 40yd: 4.6 – 4.65
  • Weight: 210 lbs. – 220lbs. Bench: 250 lbs. – 275lbs                  Squat: 385 lbs. – 425lbs+

Coach Keys / * High Level Play– Pro-Style and Spread QBs possess 2 0r 3 of the qualities of a FBS QB / *Spin Efficiency– Ability to throw the Deep Out, Comeback, Dig, & Seam Route with slight loft. *Arm Strength– Ability to throw ball through goalpost from 50-yard line / *Proficient abilityto throw receivers open and execute the back-shoulder throw. *Dual-Threat QBscan be raw as passers but must display the ability of a pure athlete on the field with above average size/speed combinations / *Demonstrates High Level QB ability– All-Conference level at minimum. *Recognition from national recruiting media and Premier National Camp & Combine presence helpful.

*Phase 1 – Physical Profile: (Verified #’s for all athletes to get an accurate evaluation of core strength and explosive speed)

Position Specific Key Stats – (We will update Drew’s numbers as they are verified!)

1 – 40-yard dash: A measure of off-the-mark quickness and transition to top speed.

*40 – Yard(Measurement of Athlete’s Linear Speed) – 

2 – Vertical jump: Your vertical jump height and body weight are factored together to assess your peak power.

*Vertical Jump(Measurement of Athletes Explosive Quad Strength) – 

3 – 5-10-5 shuttle (also known as the 20-yard shuttle run): a drill demanding split second changes of posture, direction, and speed.

*Pro Shuttle – 5-10-5(Measurement of Athletes Change of Direction and Level Change of Hips) – 

4 – Kneeling powerball toss: a test designed to measure the ability to develop and deliver coordinated power.

*Powerball – Explosive Hips, Core, Back, Shoulders, etc –

Drews results in these four exercises, when normalized by weight, gives a number that measures the his power, agility, speed, explosiveness, and overall athleticism.

*Phase 2 – Competition Phase – (Completed for all athletes to get an accurate evaluation of effort, competitive edge and Level of Play.)

*Athletes Competitive edge: Drew is highly competitive and commits to the process of maturing and developing to a very high level.

*Football IQ: Drew demonstrates the poise, awareness and decision making at an early stage and will continually improve each year.  

*Drew is competing is #7 Ranked State for Football

7. Michigan
No. 13 pro | No. 6 college | No. 10 high school: The Great Lakes State has five DI teams, three Heismans, five national titles, four NFL titles and four pro Hall of Famers.

*LOP – (Level of Play): We have developed a LOP (Level of Play high rating State-by State as a guide for our MFE Evaluators.) / (resource – MaxPreps, ESPN, SBNation)

QB Evaluation Criteria:

4 – Levels of Play Projections for 2022 / 2023:

1 – Elite LevelVideo Projection of Junior High athlete at projected position, performing specific skill criteria and technique at a level that is extremely high as compared with the similar age athletes at primary position. Physical Profile projects at elite level with maturity and growth over the next 3-4 years at or above the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility project at or above preferred numbers or range metric determine level of play scale.

2 – High LevelVideo Projection of Junior High athlete at projected position, performing specific skill criteria and technique at a level that is high as compared with the similar age athletes at primary position. Physical Profile projects at high level with maturity and growth over the next 3-4 years at or near the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility project at or near preferred numbers or range metric determine level of play scale.

3 – Adequate Level –  Video Projection of Junior High athlete at projected position, performing specific skill criteria and technique at a functional level needing work but adequate as compared with the similar age athletes at primary position. Physical Profile at or just below the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility at or just below preferred numbers or range metric determining level of play scale.

4 – Developmental LevelVideo Projection of Junior High athlete at projected position, performing specific skill criteria and technique at a developmental level needing work as compared with the similar age athletes at primary position. Physical Profile below the preferred size metric determining level of play scale. Speed, knee bend, quickness and hip flexibility below preferred numbers or range metric determining level of play scale.

Evaluation Summary

*Strengths includeDrew exhibits all the characteristics of a future high level QB recruit. He is committed to his cause, works extremely hard and puts himself into challenging situations competing against high level competition to improve his skill set, confidence and over all production. 

QB

*Size/Strength/Speed

Drew displays High Level physical profile, Adequate Level core strength, Adequate Level athletic ability relating to quickness, COD & ability to stress a defense in space.

*Decision Making

Drew demonstrates High Level quick and decisive decisions, High Level body language & non-verbal posture, High Level command of the Offense, and a High Level demonstration of Identifying Coverage.

*Poise Under Duress

Drew demonstrates a High Level display of poise in the pocket, High Level patience and a sense for extending the play keeping eyes downfield, and a High Level ability to locate to the open throwing lane.

*Setup/Footwork

Drew displays High Level posture, cradling of the ball in the “Tuck”, Adequate Level sprint out mechanics and athletic ability, High Level posture, mobility and body movements during play action, and Elite Level lower body passing mechanics with feet, gather and transfer to front foot and hips at target, maintaining high delivery point.

*Release

Drew displays High Level grip and ability to get the ball out of hands quickly, High Level tight release, Minimal wasted throwing motions, High Level catch-arm & set from Gun, and High Level ability demonstrating consistent release point of ball adjusting wrist velocity to touch of throw.

*Arm Strength

Drew demonstrates Elite Level velocity and spin, Elite Level transfer and foot placement at set up, Elite Level  hips at release to the target, High Level ability to control wrist at release point adjusting velocity, High Level ability to delivery the deep out from the hash to the field numbers with velocity and accuracyand High Level vertical distance arm strength.

*Accuracy 

Drew demonstrates High Level display of throwing WR’s open, High Level display of throws deep outside the #’s, High Level display of throws to seam, and High Level display throwing to windows in zone!

*Versatility / Instincts & Vision

Drew demonstrates, High Level display of pocket instincts feeling the rush, High Level moving in the pocket aiding OL pass protectors, and High Level athletic ability and instincts extending play putting pressure on Defense.

Evaluation Summary

*Strengths include –  Size, Poise, ability to create and fins the open WR. Ability to throw to an open window. – Ability to make quick decisions. 

*Criteria of developmental focus – Core Strength development very important for Drew as is the development of quick and explosive feet allowing for a stronger base and greater arm strength. 

*Moving Forward – Continued maturity and work on mechanics, eliminating any wasted throwing motions especially on deeper throws as well as pocket throws transferring weight and hips to target throwing WR open.