Easton Stick, North Dakota State: Senior (6’2/222)
Easton Stick leaves North Dakota State after four years of up and down play as both a backup to Carson Wentz and as a starter. Stick finished his career at NDSU having appeared in 47 games throwing for 7.168 yards, 72 touchdowns, 23 interceptions while completing 60% of his passes.
Stick provides an offense with much more than a passing game as he is an athletic player who keeps plays alive with his feet. While Stick often times may hang onto the ball too long trying to create magic, he has had a ton of success with his legs. In four seasons Stick tallied 2,156 rushing yards, 33 touchdowns while only fumbling the football four times on 353 carries.
Familiar with playing in a pro style offense, Stick has the experience to go along with his athletic ability, which may attract him to many NFL teams. Stick does a great job of working through his progressions and quickly assessing defenses but still has some brain farts that make you scratch your head.
Stick struggles on deep balls like most of the other day three QB’s and that’ll be a big issue for him at the next level. Stick will likely be a career backup in the NFL that can find snaps in sub packages similarly to Taysom Hill for the New Orleans Saints.