Right now, former Iowa and Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock is expected go undrafted in the NFL Draft in April. However, that doesn’t mean he is going to give up on his dream of actually getting to the league.
He took part in the Wolverines’ pro day on Friday and it was reported that he had a pretty good day. NFL.com’s Gil Brandt reported the news via Twitter.
Rudock transferred to Michigan following his junior season at Iowa and had a rough start to his 2015 season. He threw for five interceptions in the first three games, but turned things around and had an overall decent season.
Jake Rudock threw for 3,017 yards and 20 touchdowns against just nine interceptions during the 2015 season. While he may not be looked at as one of the best quarterbacks in the Draft, he could certainly end up getting selected late in the process.
We all know how well Michigan quarterbacks do after being drafted in the later rounds.
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