Mike Reilly Scouting Report

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Mike Reilly Scouting Report

Position: QB
Conference: Division II
School: Central Washington Wildcats
Year/Status: Declared
Jersey Number: #13
Height & Weight: 6'3 - 217 lbs.

2009 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash4.92
Vertical jump30.5
Broad jump9'01
Three-cone drill6.76
20-yard shuttle4.11

2009 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:

Mike Reilly, QB, Central Washington

Reilly enrolled at Washington State in 2003, transferring to Central Washington University the following season. He sat out the 2004 season, but stated all ten games he played in 2005, completing 223 out of 353 passes (63.2) for 2,696 yards with 30 TD and 11 INT. In 2006, Reilly posted a 231-351 attempt/completion ratio (65.8) for 2,660 yards with a 21-13 TD/INT ratio. Reilly really exploded in 2007 with an impressive 271-435 ratio (62.3) for 3,386 yards and 30 TD with only ten interceptions. He established a College Football record with 41 consecutive games with at least one TD. Reilly is a good athlete with deceptive speed (4.80). Reilly has good arm strength and is a very accurate passer who can zip the ball on the intermediate level. However, his accuracy diminishes somewhat on his deep balls. His mechanics are good for a lower level performer, and he reads defenses with easy and goes through his progressions well. The level of competition is not an overwhelming concern. Reilly belongs in the NFL. He is moving up in some Draft Boards. Being a natural leader, he is one of the sleepers in the Draft. His offensive system is more complex tha some of the BCS' teams, so he is very accurate and competitive. With better coaching and improved mechanics, he could find himself playing on Sundays one day. A sixth or seventh round prospect today, he could move up quickly.

Last Updated Oct-27-2008 by Raul Colon

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Prediction: 4th Round

He could move up to as early as the fourth round after watching him perform at the combine. Easily the most polished of the QB class this year. Reilly shows good footwork and mechanics and was able to make almost all of his throws. I believe Mike Reilly could make the best pro out of all the QBs drafted in 2009.

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Ironmanbednarik 02/22/09 06:19 PM
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