Oklahoma State’s Mason Rudolph has everything a coach would want in a quarterback. He’s confident and level-headed. He has a cannon for an arm, and accuracy to go with it. At 6-5/235 he’s got the size coaches look for. However, the best thing that Mason Rudolph has going for him is that he gets to be the trigger man in an offense that likes to sling the ball all over the field. All of these factors combined is what will make him the best NFL quarterback prospect to take the field for a Big 12 school this season.
National Football League teams will most likely have to wait until 2018 to get a shot at Rudolph but after throwing for over 3,700 yards last season he may be tempted to bolt next spring if this fall is good to him.
During his sophomore campaign Rudolph threw for 300 yards or more six different times and 400 yards or more on three different occasions. The Cowboys are looking to build on last season’s run to the Sugar Bowl and Rudolph should be a big factor in their continued success. You’ll just have to excuse the NFL scouts lining up to get a look at him.