Connor Blumrick was a raw but talented QB coming out of high school – tall, cannon-armed, and with good wheels – it’s not surprising he got attention in things like Elite 11 camps. A Lisfranc injury ruined his senior year at Pearland High, and along with coaching changes at A&M, a talented QB room, and other issues, his quarterback ambitions got waylaid. In his last season at A&M, he was part of the RB group, but you could probably more accurately give him a more amorphous “eligible receiver” label, given how he was talked about by coaches and players. His biggest contributions to the team came on special teams, where he both covered and blocked; his highlights include recovering a fumbled punt in a win over LSU.
Blumrick’s coming to Blacksburg as a QB. There’s almost no college game film on him, so we’ll focus on the 2019 spring game, where he led A&M’s Maroon squad. We’ll look at a few different parts of his game, including one of the trickiest to cover: throwing technique.
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