Pros (+): After having never started a game in high school all the way through the beginning stages of the 2019 season, many questioned his motives and why he played the game if he was only going to continue to be a career backup. The same story came to fruition with the Gators as he sat behind Feleipe Franks, but he stayed the course and his regimen remained the same. When his opportunity presented itself, Trask remained ready and flourished as a redshirt junior. Trask is a well filled out and thickly built QB prospect. A physique that holds true to every bit of what his measurables indicate. Containing a clean and directly over the top release, it enables him to get the ball out quickly and in an efficient manner. In the Florida offense, he’s been allowed to throw from various types of platforms (under-center, shotgun, and pistol). His best throws come in the underneath areas when he’s allowed to attack quickly and on schedule. Right now slants, designed quick patterns off of run-pass options, and back shoulder vertical routes is where he experienced the most success. One of his better traits is eye discipline and manipulation. Trask is excellent with looking off safeties and not giving them a beat as to where he wants to go with the ball. He also has the wherewithal of completely leading defenders astray and giving false impressions of where he wants to attack to only work towards the opposite side of the field.
Cons (–): Being that he was a starter for the first time ever in his career during the 2019 season, lots of raw aspects flashed. Trask is consistent with keeping a wide base when delivering throws, but he’s developed a bad habit in his lower half of not stepping with his lead leg (left) into throws. There are rare occurrences of him moving that leg and actually using it in his mechanics. As a result, his accuracy and velocity suffer as a result. It’s highly noticeable that a lot of his passes loft, suddenly die, or taper off during its flight to targets. Possessing a very average arm combined with this fault leads to making life hard on his targets as they’re forced to often make miraculous catches on patterns that should be routine. When operating from the pistol/shotgun, there are many examples of where the designed passing concepts and his drop back urgency hardly ever marry up. The lack of merit leads to him holding onto the ball longer than necessary or his drop back being too fast to where he’s ready to throw well before targets are ready. Trask is a below average athlete with clunky feet that make life outside of the pocket challenging. Comfortable working within the pocket, but when things break down, he drops his eyes and strictly turns into a competitive runner.