BIOGRAPHY: Full-time starter the past two seasons after playing five games with the first team as a sophomore. All-Conference selection
after his senior and junior campaigns, and named Ivy Player of the Year in 2008. Passing numbers last season included 62.7%/2,490/17/4
after 63.1%/2,134/14/4 as a junior.
POSITIVES: Pizzotti has been an ultra-productive small-school passer and possesses the size and intangibles necessary to be a developmental
prospect for the next level. He must improve his passing fundamentals and learn to throw the ball from the ground up, which
will only enhance the speed on passes. He�s worth a look in the late rounds, and he�s a quarterback who can be developed
for the future.
NEGATIVES: Has a long, slow delivery. Opens his hips too early throwing the ball and loses a lot of speed and velocity on passes. Cannot
drive the deep pass or zip the outs. Struggles eluding the rush and not a nimble signal caller.
ANALYSIS: Well-sized quarterback who has displayed improvement the past two seasons and has taken his game to the next level. Displays
an excellent command of the offense, makes good decisions in the pocket, and shows terrific field vision. Remains calm under
pressure, goes through receiver progressions, and never loses his poise. Patient, always in control, and does not throw the
adverse pass into coverage under pressure. Displays excellent awareness, knows where his receivers are on the field, and is
a resilient passer who stays with the action, working to make positive plays. Quickly goes to secondary targets, accurate
throwing the ball, and, for the most part, puts passes where only his receivers can make the reception. Stands in the pocket
and takes a hit in order to get the throw away, or he will take off up the field if his receivers are covered.