BIO: Four-year starter awarded All-Conference honors since his freshman campaign. Senior passing numbers included 59.5%/4,258/38/13. Junior totals included 58.7 percent/4,199/29/20. Set the NCAA Division I-A career record for passing yards.
POSITIVES: Diminutive quarterback who greatly benefited from the passing offense at Hawaii. Quickly finds the open wide out on the field, immediately releases the ball and displays a good sense of timing. Patient, buys as much time as possible and does not release the throw until the last second. Displays a nice feel for the position, knows where receivers are on the field and accurately places his throws. Puts the deep pass in front of receivers letting them run to the ball and hits targets in the intermediate field as they leave their breaks. Short throws possess good speed. Goes to the safe underneath route if nothing else is available.
NEGATIVES: Short arms his throwing motion. Takes most of his snaps out of the shotgun and releases the ball off his back foot. Tends to stare down the primary target. Does not throw tight spirals. Cannot drive the deep throw and has marginal long accuracy.
ANALYSIS: A passer that.s taken full advantage of the system he plays in, Chang possesses marginal upside for the next level. Does not have the arm strength or stature to play in the NFL, though he could be an asset as a practice squad passer.