BIOGRAPHY: Two-year starter who posted 48.8%/869/3/8 as a senior when he missed four games with a foot injury. Junior totals included
56.8%/2,367/13/6. Began his college career at Iowa State.
POSITIVES: Lorenzen has been a solid college quarterback the past two years, and he plays much better than his stats would indicate.
He is not starting material for the next level, yet he has enough ability to get consideration as a third passer.
NEGATIVES: Lacks a deep arm and the ability to drive the long throw. Despite his size/speed numbers, he is not an elusive quarterback
who can avoid the rush or pick up yardage with his legs.
ANALYSIS: Adequately sized cornerback with ability as a timing passer. Patient in the pocket, scans the field, and makes good decisions
under the rush. Accurate in the short and intermediate passing game, and nicely places throws. Displays a sense of knowing
where his receivers are on the field, and for the most part, does not force throws. Displays a sense of timing.