Scouting Report: Luis Perez, QB, Texas A&M Commerce

Luis Perez, QB, Texas A&M Commerce

Chula Vista, CA | 6026 | 223 | 4.80E | 2018

Has a very live arm and can wing it all over the field, throws a nice deep ball; delivers the ball with accuracy. His fundamentals need major work. He was measured to have 0978 hands and 3200 arm length in the spring of 2017. Simple things such as carrying through on the fake during playaction and taking snaps under center are going to need countless hours of invested coaching. He simply has zero footwork at this stage of his game. He never played a single down of varsity high school football—he wanted to play quarterback but the coach liked him as wide receiver. The team played a Wing T offense, so his interest in football fell off and he decided to join the bowling team after his freshman season (has bowled 12 perfect games of 300). Began his collegiate career at Southwestern JUCO and broke his leg freshman season. Got married and transferred to Texas A&M Commerce, where he set the all-time school passing record in just two seasons. He needs to play in a lower level of football and hone his skills before having an opportunity for the NFL, he’s just not there yet. Sounds very open to becoming a coach if his playing career doesn’t go much further.


2016: Nominated for the Harlon Hill Trophy, awarded to the Division II College Football Player of the Year… Don Hanson Division II All-American Honorable Mention… Second Team All-Super Region Four… First Team All-Conference selection… Played in 12 games for the Lions as a junior… Led the Lone Star Conference with 3,326 passing yards and 277.2 yards per game… Became just the third player in school history to throw for at least 3,000 yards… Set an A&M-Commerce record with 32 TD passes and is the only QB in school history with more than 27 TD passes… Helped lead the conference-leading offense to 39.8 points per game… Threw only five interceptions, which led the conference for fewest giveaways… Second in the conference with an efficiency rating of 159.1 and a completion percentage of 62.7… Threw for more than 300 yards five different times, including a career-high 396 yards against Panhandle State (10/1)… Threw for three or more touchdowns in six different games, including a career-high five TD passes against both Eastern N.M. (9/17) and UT Permian Basin (11/5)… Completed at least 70 percent of his passes in five different games.

2015: Redshirted

2014 (Southwestern): 
Played in all 11 games at quarterback for the Jaguars as a sophomore… Completed 67.8 percent of his passes for 1,846 yards, 18 touchdowns and just three interceptions… Had his best game of the season against San Bernardino, throwing for 299 yards and three touchdowns on 31-44 attempts in a 46-44 win (11/8)… Threw for 280 yards or more in three games.

Personal: Graduated from Otay Ranch High School in San Diego, California.

Rick Serritella

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