Dynasty 101

Matt Corral

2022 Rookie Profile

School: Mississippi
Year: Junior (RS)
Date of Birth: January 31, 1999

College Stats

2018Ole MissFR4162272.723910.921184.9
2019Ole MissFR1010517859.013627.763131.0
2020Ole MissSO1023132670.9333710.22914177.6
2021Ole MissJR1326238667.933498.7205155.3
CareerOle Miss61491267.382879.15723159.2

Metrics and Measurables

Height6’1 5/8″ (21st)
Weight212 lbs (18th)
Wingspan74 1/2″ (24th)
Arm Length30 3/4″ (14th)
Hand Size9 5/8″ (53rd)
40-Yard Dash
Vertical Jump
Broad Jump
3-Cone Drill
20-Yard Shuttle

Burst Score
Agility Score
Throw Velocity
Wonderlic Score
College QBR89.9 (95th)
Breakout Age20.6 (55th)


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

Injury Risk


  • Rib injury (2019) – Missed 2 games
  • Minor ankle sprains x2 (2021) – No games missed

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

Player Analysis

The Good

  • Decisiveness – Makes quick decisions after the snap. Not always the correct one, but you won’t find him caught trying to figure out what to do.
  • Mobility – Over 1k career rushing yards, including multiple 100-yard games.
  • Short & Intermediate Accuracy – Able to zip accurate throws to hit receivers in stride on slants and crossing routes over the middle.
  • Competitiveness – Shows competitive drive and emotion on the field. Won’t back down in tough situations.

The Bad

  • Deep Ball – Needs some work on timing and accuracy. Sometimes the ball gets out a little late, many times overthrown.
  • Size – Relatively small for the position, though that has become less of a factor in the NFL in recent years.
  • Protection – Allows himself to take big hits when scrambling. Needs to learn to slide because this will lead to injuries in the NFL.
  • Ball Security – Has tendency to fumble when hit in the pocket or scrambling. Fumbled 6 times in 2021 and 14 times during his collegiate career.

Overall Assessment

Corral is one of the most competitive quarterbacks from this year’s draft class. He wears his heart on his sleeve and showcases great leadership skills on the field. He had a high completion percentage in college, but played in a very RPO-heavy offense which likely contributed to that. Corral’s arm talent is good enough to succeed in the NFL, but he will need to improve his timing and accuracy. He’s not Michael Vick on the field, but is elusive/mobile enough that NFL defenses will have to factor it into their game plans. Even if he is not an immediate starter when drafted, I think his competitive drive will get him there eventually.


Player Comparison: Baker Mayfield



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