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NAME: Easton Stick

SCHOOL: North Dakota State

CONFERENCE: FCS

POSITION: Quarterback

CLASS: Senior

JERSEY: No. 12

RECRUITMENT RATING: 2-star

HT: 6’2

WT: 222 lbs

D.O.B.: 9/15/1995


PROS:  Has sturdy build. Does well to lead targets into space and give them chances to create after the catch. Accurate thrower on the move in any direction. Keeps his eyes down the field when things break down around him and working outside the pocket. Works his progressions with consistency and rarely locks in on a single read. Willing to test man coverage and work the football into tight windows. Has the arm strength do drive the football with pace and velocity. A true dual-threat that can scramble for yardage and execute designed runs. Footwork is rhythmic and he is capable of building quick platforms to deliver from. Sound mechanically – weight transfer, establishing a throwing platform, aligning his shoulders and hip rotation are clean. Throwing motion is compact and efficient. Has the mobility to manipulate the pocket and generally feels the rush well. Has positive flashes of vertical accuracy. Works from a pro-style system that features under center reps, frequent play action and 5/7 step drops. Utilizes a pump fake to move coverage, resets and delivers. Sells and carries out his play fakes with intent. Will be a three-year starer.   

CONS:  Field vision is spotty – there are too many times that he fails to see (or respect) leveraged defenders in space and will still try to fit the ball despite modest consistency with ball placement. There are times that more touch is required to give his targets their best chance to make a play on the ball. Needs to be most deliberate about protecting the football and not try to work the ball between windows it cannot fit. Makes throws with anticipation but still needs to speed up his process at times. Level of competition is a concern that concern is accentuated by his intermittent ball placement and decision making issues that will be problematic at the NFL level should they not improve. 

-Joe Marino