He has impressive stats from Stanford. 11-2 as a starter. A career completion percentage of 55.4 percent. He's thrown for 1,926 yards with 19 touchdowns and six interceptions. He has an average qb rating of 128.9 which is good. The only real criticism I have seen of his numbers is that Christian McCaffrey boosted his wins and that he could not carry it all by himself.
My big worry with a big, pro style qb like him is how much time will he have in the pocket. We have some transfers which I have not seen play yet that may beef up our line but if we go by last year's performance he will need to make very quick decisions. Pruitt has been talking a lot lately about the importance of establishing a running game early to keep the defenses honest.
"Gentlemen, touchdowns follow blocking as sure night follows day" -Gen Neyland