Kevin Hogan is the winningest QB in the history of Stanford University. And last week an incredibly moving video tribute was shared by Stanford Football’s facebook page, with the caption “The legend, Kevin Hogan. #GOAT #GoStanford“, click the image to enjoy: “Following Andrew Luck is not a fate I’d wish on anyone. Hogan’s handled it very well, battling through inconsistency before leading the Cardinal to a Pac-12 title as a senior. He was named honorable mention All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 Championship Game MVP in his redshirt freshman year, but failed to earn any accolades in 2013 even though his team won the Pac-12 championship. Hogans numbers were actually pretty good in 2014 (65.9 percent, 2,792 yards, 19 touchdowns, eight interceptions), but the team had a disappointing 8-5 season, leading some to question his ability as a leader. However, he came back strong in 2015, improving his accuracy (67.8 completion percentage) while passing for 2,867 yards and 27 touchdowns to garner second-team All-Pac-12 honors and finishing as a finalist for the Manning Award as the nation’s top quarterback. Hogan certainly looks the part (6-foot-4, 218), has football genes in his family (close relatives played at Navy, Arizona, and Notre Dame), has won a lot of games (36-10 as a starter), and possesses the athleticism to be effective running the zone read (85 carries, 336 yards, six touchdowns in 2015) at that size.” –Click here to see the NFL.com’s complete “Draft Profile” on Kevin
Kevin is projected to be drafted in the 4th or 5th round. But before Stanford, Kevin was a three year starter on Eye Street. Here is a short highlight from his senior year at Gonzaga in 2010:
We wish you the best Kevin! Everyone on Eye Street is extremely proud.
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