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Spencer Rattler

QB

South Carolina

Spencer Rattler

HT:

6010

WT:

218

YR:

RSR

NO:

7

OVR RK

67

POS RK

CEILING POTENTIAL

7

Low-Level Starter Potential

OVR RK

SCOUTING REPORT

Rattler's journey from Oklahoma to South Carolina is one of significant growth and maturity. At Oklahoma, Rattler burst onto the college football scene as a freshman, drawing comparisons to Patrick Mahomes due to his mobility and arm talent. However, in his second year, he faced adversity after failing to develop as expected and was supplanted by incoming freshman QB Caleb Williams. After transferring to South Carolina, Rattler began to show growth. Playing behind a weak offensive line in 2023, he showed promise both in the pocket and on the run as a passer. He remains inconsistent and will need the right situation at the NFL level to succeed. I believe he has the potential to ascend into a top player in this class, but he must continue to work on his decision-making, footwork, and consistency as a passer.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT

Spencer Rattler is a mobile pocket passer known for his strong arm and ability to throw deep with accuracy and velocity. His mobility allows him to extend plays and make off-platform throws. However, he sometimes struggles with decision-making under pressure and can be inconsistent. Rattler fits best in a scheme that allows for creative play-calling and utilizes his mobility and arm strength.

KEY STRENGTHS

Off-Script Ability

Arm Talent

Quick Release

KEY WEAKNESSES

Decision Making

Inconsistent Anticipation

Trust The Pocket

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Jameis Winston

Jay Cutler

Matt Corral

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