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James Morgan

2020 Rookie Profile

School: Florida International
Year: Senior (RS)
Date of Birth: 02/12/1998
Drafted: Round 4, Pick 19 (125)
Team: New York Jets

College Stats

Metrics and Measurables

Height6’4″ (73rd)
Weight229 lbs (74th)
Arm Length33 3/8″ (86th)
Hand Size9 3/4″ (61st)
40-Yard Dash4.89s (34th)
Vertical Jump29″ (23rd)
Broad Jump112″ (58th)
3-Cone Drill7.51s (3rd)
20-Yard Shuttle4.64s (3rd)

Burst Score105.3
Agility Score12.15
Throw Velocity54 mph (37th)
Wonderlic Score23 (13th)
College QBR61.3 (14th)
Breakout Age21.5 (29th)
SPARQ85.0 (23rd)


0.166 (7th among 2020 QBs)

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

Injury Risk


  • Arm injury (2018)
  • Knee injury (2019)

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

Player Analysis

The Good

  • Good size 6’4” 229lbs, tough to tackle due to size
  • Comfortable in pocket
  • Cannon arm
  • Good accuracy without pressure
  • Able to drop passes over defender

The Bad

  • Slow runner
  • Throws off back foot a lot
  • Lack of accuracy on deep passes
  • Accuracy is affected by pressure
  • At times, rips the ball when he should be putting touch on the pass

Overall Assessment

PRE-DRAFT: Morgan is the old-school prototypical quarterback.  He lacks any sort of mobility, has good size and a cannon arm.  His poor deep accuracy reminds me of Josh Allen a bit, since he overthrows a lot of receivers. When he tries to tone it down, he can underthrow the deep pass and the receiver has to wait for it.  That is something he will definitely have to correct to become an effective quarterback in the NFL. Some team will really like his tools and I can see him being taken late in the draft. He is someone I am going to be paying attention to, but I don’t have any expectations for him in 2020.  Late round flier in Superflex leagues.

POST-DRAFT: Morgan was drafted by the Jets in the fourth round.  This is higher than expected, but he has a clear roadblock in front of him in Sam Darnold. He is definitely a project and will probably end up being the Jets third quarterback this season, but has the chance to turn into a promising backup. He is worth adding to your taxi squads in superflex leagues.

Player Comparison: Joe Flacco



  • Consensus Overall (1QB): 49.4
  • Consensus Overall (SF): 43.0
  • Consensus Overall (NPLB): NR
  • Consensus QB: 8.4
  • Analyst QB: 8


  • Consensus Overall (1QB): NR
  • Consensus Overall (SF): 47.0
  • Consensus Overall (NPLB): NR
  • Consensus QB: 9.3
  • Analyst QB: 8

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