Scouting Report: Bryan Schor, QB, JMU

Milford, PA | 6012 | 210 | 4.70E | 2018

Runs a shotgun, no huddle/read option offense, where the play comes in from the sideline and he relays the call at the line of scrimmage. The expectation of the coaching staff if for the ball to be snapped with at least 25 seconds remaining on the play clock each play. The system is predicated around lots of play-fakes, screen passes and check down reads. He demonstrates a quick release and tends to scramble around outside the pocket to extend plays. A very conservative decision-maker who shows short-intermediate accuracy but struggles with the deep ball, which are lofty and mostly off the mark—this is a major concern in regards to his transition to the next level! When watching this player, at times it becomes frustrating, as you would like to see him drive the ball with a more sense of urgency through tight windows. His footwork mechanics also needs much improvement. Originally, he committed to Miami (Ohio) but had his scholarship offer revoked when a coaching change occurred; he winded up transferring to Lackawana College before being recruited to JMU by Drew Mehringer, who was the quarterbacks coach at the time. It would be hard to invest a draft pick in this player but there are characteristics of his overall game that could appeal to some NFL evaluators.

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2016: Completed 217-of-297 pass attempts for 3,002 yards and 29 touchdowns with six interceptions… Also rushed for 569 yards and 10 touchdowns on 126 carries… Totaled 3,571 yards of total offense… Led nation in completion percentage (73.1%), pass efficiency (186.2) and yards per pass attempt (10.11)… Also ranked fourth in point responsibility (234), sixth in passing touchdowns, 11th in passing yards and 14th in yards per completion (13.83)… Ranked second in JMU single-season history in passing yards, passing touchdowns and total offense, while ranking third in completions, tied for fourth in pass attempts and tied for 10th in rushing scores.

2015: Played in eight games, starting the final four games… Completed 70-for-111 pass attempts for 847 yards and seven touchdowns, with only one interception… Also rushed for 276 yards and four scores on 78 carries… Finished season with 1,113 yards of total offense.

2014: Played in five games… Went 1-for-2 for seven yards against Elon (Nov. 22)… Named to CAA All-Academic Team.

2013: Spent spring of 2014 at Lackawanna College before transferring to JMU.

High School: Graduated in 2013 from Delaware Valley… Helped lead the team to an 11-2 record his senior season, earning Pennsylvania Class AAAA First Team All-State honors… Was 147-for-226 for 2,585 yards, 27 touchdowns and also added 12 rushing touchdowns… Was a two-time All-Region and All-Conference selection his final two years, finishing his four-year starting career with 6,518 passing yards and 56 touchdowns… Served as team captain his junior and senior years as well as captain of the basketball team his final season.

Personal: Full name is Bryan Thomas Schor… Majoring in marketing.

Rick Serritella

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