Data Scout Notes: 2018: (+) Coming off Jan 2018 Foot INJ...**2017: UnitasWinner/2ndC/HMC-OPOY/OBrienFinalist...PMaxwell...2016: HMC...PMaxwell/POBrien...2015: NAC...PMaxwell...2014: NA
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Draft Scout Mason Rudolph News
04/06/18 - QB Mason Rudolph worked out for the New England Patriots and has a visit scheduled with the Buffalo Bills this weekend, according to the NFL Network. Rudolph, projected as a possible first-round pick, also has visited the Los Angeles Chargers, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals.
03/15/18 - Like Josh Rosen, Rudolph threw the ball at the Combine about two weeks ago. Unlike Rosen, Rudolph needed a strong performance Thursday after a somewhat disappointing showing in Indianapolis. He delivered Thursday with fellow future NFL draft picks James Washington and Marcel Ateman collecting the majority of his passes, according to a scout who attended the workout. Rudolph completed 57 of 63 passes Thursday with two of those passes being simple drops by receivers. He was high on a few throws -- including on a crossing pattern when Washington saved him with a terrific leaping grab -- but otherwise "had a really solid workout and showed good trajectory and timing on the deeper throws today than before," the scout said.
Rudolph will likely be given some slack by scouts because he threw in Indianapolis shortly after being unable to participate at the Senior Bowl due to a foot injury that put him in a walking boot. The prototypically built 6-foot-5, 235-pound Rudolph checks in sixth among quarterbacks on NFLDraftScout.com's board, 63rd overall. The Pittsburgh Steelers were in full force Thursday with general manager Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin among those representing the AFC North squad and speaking with Rudolph at the end of the workout. Rudolph later shared with reporters that he has set meetings with six teams, although he would not divulge which out of respect to the franchises. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
02/27/18 - 2018 NFL Combine: Key Medical Evaluations: Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State...Playing in every game the past three seasons, durability isn't a major concern for Rudolph, but he did miss the Senior Bowl due to a left foot sprain during training. NFL teams will be interested in the updated prognosis of the injury. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
01/18/18 - A sprained left foot will keep Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph out of the Senior Bowl, according to an NFL Media report Wednesday. Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee is expected to replace Rudolph on the roster for the annual all-star game in Mobile, Ala. The injury is not serious enough to require surgery, but the initial recommendation from doctors was two weeks of rest. That should give Rudolph enough time to heal before the NFL Combine in February. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Rudolph will still participate in measurements and interviews at the Senior Bowl, but he won't have a chance to improve his NFL Draft stock in practices. NFLDraftScout.com ranks Rudolph as the sixth-best quarterback prospect in 2018 and a likely second-round pick.
At Oklahoma State, Rudolph completed 63.2 percent of his passes for 13,618 yards and 92 touchdowns with 26 interceptions during his four-year career. Rudolph's absence leaves the Senior Bowl with a quarterback group that includes Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma, Wyoming's Josh Allen, Virginia's Kurt Benkert, Washington State's Luke Falk, Richmond's Kyle Lauletta, Western Kentucky's Mike White, Troy's Brandon Silvers and Lee. The 6-4, 220-pound Lee passed for 3,143 yards and 23 touchdowns with 16 interceptions last season at Nebraska. He is rated as the No. 23 quarterback prospect by NFLDraftScout.com. - The Sports Xchange
01/02/18 - 2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Mason Rudolph (OPofY),...In addition to OSU's nine all-conference picks, 12 received honorable mention recognition, including Britton Abbott (fullback), Matt Ammendola (kicker), Keenen Brown (tight end), Calvin Bundage (linebacker), Crabtree (Offensive Lineman of the Year), Osborne (Defensive Lineman of the Year), Justin Phillips (linebacker), Ramon Richards (defensive back), Rudolph (Offensive Player of the Year), Zach Sinor (punter), Dillon Stoner (Offensive Freshman of the Year) and Chad Whitener (linebacker). - Oklahoma State Football