Biography: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors as a sophomore. Senior passing totals included 63.1%/3616/22/10. Career numbers of 66.5%/3888/32/13 came during his junior season. Sophomore totals included 3486 yards passing.
Positives: Smart, efficient college quarterback who lacks the measurables and arm strength for the next level. Patient in the pocket, displays terrific poise and awareness. Does not force the ball into covered receivers, and feel for what's happening on the field. Effectively controls the offense. Possesses a quick release and displays speed on shorter throws. Easily gets outside the pocket to give himself a better view of the field. Makes proper decisions for the most part.
Negatives: Lacks pocket stature and looks tiny behind center. Cannot withstand the rush. Has passes knocked away because of his lack of height. The further downfield or out to the flanks he's asked to throw the ball, the more difficulty he has.
Analysis: Reesing was the perfect quarterback to run the spread offense at Kansas, and he got the most from his ability on the college level. He does not possess the size to be anything other than a clipboard holder at the next level yet could be an asset on the sidelines for a timing offense.
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