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Jacob Eason

2020 Rookie Profile

School: Washington
Year: Junior (RS)
Date of Birth: 11/17/1997
Drafted: Round 4, Pick 16 (122)
Team: Indianapolis Colts

College Stats

Metrics and Measurables

Height6’6″ (95th)
Weight231 lbs (80th)
Arm Length32 7/8″ (75th)
Hand Size9 1/2″ (45th)
40-Yard Dash4.89s (34th)
Vertical Jump27 1/2″ (13th)
Broad Jump110″ (45th)
3-Cone Drill7.50s (3rd)
20-Yard Shuttle4.75s (2nd)

Burst Score103.1 (16th)
Agility Score12.25 (4th)
Throw Velocity59 mph (90th)
Wonderlic Score23 (15th)
College QBR65.9 (27th)
Breakout Age21.8 (22nd)
SPARQ81 (16th)


0.117 (8th among 2020 QBs)

For detailed information about the PREDATOR Score methodology, check out this article.

Injury Risk


  • Left knee sprain (2017)

For detailed information about our Injury Risk designations, check out this article.

Player Analysis

The Good

  • Prototypical size with strong arm
  • Reads leverage of defender well and passes away from them
  • Leads receivers well
  • Accurate on deep play-action passes
  • With protection, able to pick defense apart

The Bad

  • Not mobile, so pressure can cause him to get antsy/frantic
  • Locks onto first read at times
  • Throws into double-coverage a lot, fortunately his arm strength often saves him
  • Pocket awareness is lacking causing him to take some unnecessary sacks
  • Lack of timing on many passes

Overall Assessment

PRE-DRAFT: Eason is a player that some GM is going to love due to his elite “old school” prototypical size and arm strength. His decision making is his biggest obstacle to being a long-term starter in the NFL.  If he can work on that and improve dealing with pressure, he can be someone that you will be happy with on your rosters in 1QB and Superflex leagues. I expect him to be drafted in the top two rounds of the NFL draft and for you to be able to get him late in 1QB rookie drafts and in the 2nd round of Superflex leagues.

POST-DRAFT: Eason was selected by Indianapolis in the fourth round.  He falls into a pretty positive situation where he has a season or two to develop behind Philip Rivers. He will probably end up as the third quarterback, as long as the Colts keep Jacoby Brissett on the roster.  Eason is going in the third round of most superflex rookie drafts and that seems like a good deal if you are willing to be patient. He isn’t someone that needs to be added in 1QB for 2020.

Player Comparison: Tyrod Taylor



  • Consensus Overall (1QB): 49.0
  • Consensus Overall (SF): 28.8
  • Consensus Overall (NPLB): 44.5
  • Consensus QB: 6.2
  • Analyst QB: 4


  • Consensus Overall (1QB): NR
  • Consensus Overall (SF): 37.3
  • Consensus Overall (NPLB): NR
  • Consensus QB: 6.3
  • Analyst QB: 6

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