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NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Report: Antwan Washington, QB, Webber International University

Antwan Washington of Webber International was recently scouted by Brandon Davis of Draft Diamonds

NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Report: Antwan Washington, QB, Webber International University by Brandon Davis

Name: Antwan Washington

Height: 6020

Weight: 225 lbs.

Position: QB

Draft Class: 2019

College: WebberInternational (2017-2018); Florida Atlantic (2015); San Joaquin Delta College (JUCO)(2014); Pace (2013)

Hometown: BelleGlade, FL

Projected 40 YdDash: 4.65 secs

High School: GladesCentral Community HS

Games Watched: 2013Highlights, 2018 Midseason Highlights, Career Highlights

2018 Stats (WebberInternational): 7 GP, 15/40 Att, 228 Yards, 2 TD, 2 INT, 40 Att, 139 Yards, 3TD, 1 Tackle, 139 All-Purpose Yards

2017 Stats (WebberInternational): 5 GP, 5/13 Att, 30 Yards, 1 INT, 2 Att, 13 Yards, 13All-Purpose Yards

2016 Stats: DNP

2015 Stats (FloridaAtlantic): DNP (Injury)

2014 Stats (SanJoaquin Delta): N/A

2013 Stats (Pace):8 GP, 167/292 Att, 1,906 Yards, 10 TD, 21 INT, 88 Att, 226 Yards, 4 TD, 1 Rec,8 Yards, 1 Tackle, 234 All-Purpose Yards

Positives: Washingtonhas ideal size for a pro level QB with an okay frame & arm length. Is aversatile player, as he has some experience lining up & playing WR throughouthis career. Shows the mental processing skills to make the correct reads in anRPO-style offense. Has the ability to move within the pocket to avoid passrushers. Demonstrates good accuracy on drags, in’s, and slant routes across themiddle, has good ball placement abilities on medium & deep routes outsidethe hash marks. Has a pass first, run last mentality while in the pocket, willwait until the last second before attempting to extend a play with his legs.Flashes some ability to throw downfield on the run. Can run through initialcontact & arm tackles when scrambling.

Negatives: Washington’sfootwork when dropping back is marginal at best. Tends to be flat-footed &look stiff while standing in the pocket. When passing, he does not always stepinto a most of his throws, relying on arm strength. Has a slow release on hispasses. His throws on medium & deep routes tend to have a lot of touch butnot a lot of zip. Transferred to different schools at different levels multipletimes throughout his career before settling in at one school.

Summary: Washingtonwas a one-year participant at Pace University in 2013, then transferred to SanJoaquin Delta College (JUCO) where he played QB & WR for one season in2014. He transferred to Florida Atlantic in 2015, but did not play due tosuffering an injury during spring practice. After sitting out the 2016 &attending classes at Palm Beach State College (JUCO), he transferred to WebberInternational, where he was a two-year player for head coach Kelly Scott. Washingtonis an athletic QB that has playing experience in both Spread & West Coastsystems with an RPO-style of play. He can make good reads, make accurate throwswith good ball placement ability, and extend plays with his feet, but does notthrow passes with much zip on them. After his performance at The PodyumAll-Star Bowl in December 2018, he will need to show coaches & scouts thathe can line up under center consistently & play with more comfort in thepocket, along with being able to settle into one place after transferring tomultiple schools. He is a player that can be developed into a quality QB underthe right tutelage while working on his footwork, release, and arm strength.

Projection:Free Agent/Pro Camp Player

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