Senior Bowl participant and former Stanford QB Kevin Hogan is seen by most as a mid to late round draft prospect, but there is one advantage he has en route to the NFL in the eyes of NFL talent evaluators.
Hogan has operated in a pro-style offense at Stanford for the last four years, which isn’t something most college quarterbacks can say.
“It’s definitely an advantage having played in that offense, the West Coast offense at Stanford,” said Hogan. “I’ve been in the huddle, I’ve called a play, I’ve gone up to the line of scrimmage and made checks at the line and it’s definitely helped me prepare. I feel so much more comfortable out here doing it now.”
Hogan has an unusual throwing motion, which will be heavily scrutinized in the Senior Bowl practices this week, but he’s more focused on a different aspect of his personal game.
“Scouts have seen my tape and that’s who I am. There are definitely things in want to work on-I want to work on my lower half, my feet, my base, make sure I always have my feet on the ground and I’m ready to throw at any point,” he said. “Those are just the main things.”
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