2019 East-West Shrine Game: Mountain West Players Looking For Recognition

2019 East-West Shrine Game: Mountain West Players Looking For Recognition

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2019 East-West Shrine Game: Mountain West Players Looking For Recognition

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Brett Rypien, Boise State, qb

Idaho Statesman: “That first practice, there was something like 200 people from NFL teams there, and that was kind of the moment it put it all into perspective,” Rypien said. “I’ve asked each time I’ve talked to them what they’re looking for, and anything good I can put on tape here can only help.”

The Athletic: With split opinions across the league on his pro future, Rypien has a chance to sway evaluators with his play at this scouting event. He has only average physical traits, but he stays poised and works through his reads and NFL coaches will love his intangibles.

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Mountain West to Mountain West.

Deep ball!

Optimum ScoutingHe looked as reliable as a pocket passer as he did on film, and he picked up the scheme/timing/coaching dynamics as quick as I can remember an all-star game quarterback adapting. He showed great timing and rhythm in drops and progressions and is proving even early here he’s a reliable quarterback.

The Draft Network: Rypien took big strides forward in his senior season. I was impressed with some added velocity on his throws and the accuracy he illustrated under pressure. No, Rypien doesn’t show elite physical tools. But he’s an experienced passer who shows very good efforts in quick passing concepts and throws well in rhythm.

Rypien is a potential low end to average starter in the NFL.

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