Michael Pratt Rookie Profile King Fantasy Sports

Michael Pratt - QB - Tulane

Pratt has been a four-year starter in college, so has plenty of experience as a starting QB. Has good ability in the pocket, and has some upside in the middle rounds as a player who could end up starting in the NFL.

Measurables

Height: 6′ 2″

Weight: 217 lbs

Age: 22

40-yard dash: DNP

3-cone drill: 7.2s

20-yard shuttle: 4.23s

Vertical Jump: 36″

Broad Jump: 9’6″

Bench Press: DNP

*age is at the start of player’s rookie year

College Stats

Passing Table
Passing
YearSchoolConfClassPosGCmpAttPctYdsY/AAY/ATDIntRate
*2020TulaneAmericanFRQB1014025455.118067.17.3208134.5
2021TulaneAmericanFRQB1219032957.823907.37.4218135.0
*2022TulaneAmericanJR1321533863.630098.99.8275161.8
*2023TulaneAmericanSRQB1118528365.424068.59.3225158.9
CareerTulane730120460.696118.08.59026148.0
Provided by CFB at Sports Reference: View Original Table
Generated 3/2/2024.

Notable Headlines

Pratt was a 3-star recruit out of high school, choosing to play in Tulane. In his freshman season, he played in 10 games for 1,806 yards with 20 TDs and just 8 INTs. In each of his next two seasons he got better, with 2022 (his junior season) he had his best season. Threw the ball 338 times, completing 215 passes for 3,009 yards and 27 TDs with 5 INTs. Finished out his college career with another solid year, with 2,406 yards for 22 TDs and 5 INTs.

Scouting Report

Positives

Has decent arm talent, able to throw the ball effectively with zip on short and intermediate routes. Has good mobility in his shoulders too, which lets him find angles that aren’t obvious to get the ball out. His eyes a great weapon for him too, able to keep them downfield under pressure and manipulate defenders in the secondary. Protects the ball well, and makes good decisions when under pressure.

Negatives

Doesn’t have top arm strength, which can really hurt deep passes. He can at times struggle with accuracy as he tries to put more into his throw. His mind can also work quicker than his body, which can lead to some rushed throws and hurt his accuracy.

Pre Draft Analysis

Expected Draft Capital- Round 3

Ideal Landing Spot

Pratt would fit best into an offense that has quick reads, getting the ball out to playmakers and letting them make the plays. Instead of relying on their QB to make the play for them. A team like the 49ers (if they didn’t have Purdy) would be ideal, but Detroit could be a nice landing spot.

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