Biography: USC transfer who started 11 games last season, finishing the year with 63.7%/2682 yards/17 TDs /13 interceptions. Junior totals included 645 yards passing with three touchdowns. Suffered a season-ending knee injury five games into the year.
Positives: Accurate intermediate passer with terrific awareness of what's happening on the field. Patient in the pocket, buys as much time as necessary and takes a beating in order to get the pass away. Accurate on all levels, puts touch on throws when necessary and releases the pass with solid footwork. Effectively places passes where only his receivers can make the reception. Senses pressure, steps up to avoid the rush and remains poised. Makes the proper decisions in the pocket. Displays a nice sense of timing on throws. Always in control of the situation on the field and effectively commands the offense.
Negatives: Lacks a big-time arm and cannot drive passes down the field. Stares down the primary target. Not a quarterback who picks up yardage with his legs.
Analysis: After a slow start to his college career, Corp really watched his game take off last season and turned himself into an NFL prospect. He is not a big, strong-armed passer but rather is a signal caller who can make a roster in a timing offense.
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