Conner Weigman
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Conner Weigman
Texas A&M
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Cypress, TX
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Conner Weigman QB Texas A&M | NFL Draft Profile & Scouting Report

Conner Weigman QB Texas A&M
NFL Draft Profile & Scouting Report

PLAY STYLE: Mobile Pocket Passer
Last Updated: 07/12/2024
Draft Year: 2025
40 time: 4.85 seconds (45%*)
Height: 6-3 (53%*) Weight: 215 (27%*)
Forty: 4.85 (O) (45%*)
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(C) - NFL Combine (P) - Pro Day (O) - Other (HS) -Estimated from High School Combine
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PLAY STYLE: Mobile Pocket Passer
Last Updated: 07/12/2024
Draft Year: 2025
40 time: 4.85 seconds (45%*)
0% 100%
Height: 6-3 (53%*) Weight: 215 (27%*)
Forty: 4.85 (O) (45%*)
(C) - NFL Combine (P) - Pro Day (O) - Other
(HS) -Estimated from High School Combine
For an explanation of how the (HS) data is calculated see this article
Overall Rating: 85.4 / 100
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Overall Rank: #68 Position rank: #7
College Games: 9 College Snaps: 502
Grade: 4 ESPN  Stars 4 ESPN  Stars ESPN RATING: 87/100
Grade: 247 Sports 5  Stars 247 Sports 98 Stars 247 RATING: 98/100
Grade: 4 Stars 4 Stars RIVALS RATING: 6.0 (98%)
Player Comparison* (Similarity level)
Will Levis - Kentucky
Brock Purdy - Iowa State
Desmond Ridder - Cincinnati
Draft Profile: Bio
Blue-chip recruit out of Bridgeland High School (TX), Weigman was a crown jewel in Jimbo Fisher's vaunted 2022 class. A true dual-sport athlete, he earned a coveted 5-star grade from 247 Sports and a 4-star rating from ESPN. Weigman's prep tape was electric, showcasing video game numbers: 8,901 passing yards, 98 TDs through the air, 2,064 rushing yards, and 25 scores on the ground. His performances garnered back-to-back Houston Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Year and District 16-6A Offensive MVP honors. Initially committed to both football and baseball at Texas A&M, Weigman opted to focus solely on the gridiron after early enrollment in spring 2022.

Weigman's collegiate career has been a tale of tantalizing potential hindered by limited playing time. His freshman campaign saw action in 5 contests, impressing with 896 passing yards, 8 TDs, zero interceptions, and 149 rushing yards. This promising start earned him ESPN Freshman All-American honors. Sophomore year expectations were high, but a September foot injury requiring surgery limited him to just 4 starts. Pre-injury, Weigman showcased improved efficiency with 979 passing yards, 8 TDs, and a completion rate near 70%. A standout performance against Miami, facing 29 pressures but taking only one sack, highlighted his advanced pocket awareness and mobility.

With a limited sample size of 251 collegiate pass attempts, Weigman's development trajectory now hinges on health and adaptability. The arrival of former Kansas State QB and play-caller Collin Klein as OC, under new head coach Mike Elko, presents both a challenge and an opportunity. As he enters a pivotal junior season, all eyes will be on Weigman to see if he can translate his tantalizing potential into consistent on-field production. His unique background as a two-sport star, combined with his physical tools and flashes of brilliance, make him one of the most intriguing QB prospects to watch in the lead-up to the 2025 NFL Draft.
Scouting Report: Strengths
  • Plus pocket mobility; demonstrates advanced feel for rushing lanes and pocket geography
  • Above-average arm talent; can drive the ball to all three levels with zip
  • Exhibits good touch and layering on intermediate throws
  • Possesses necessary arm strength for boundary throws and vertical shots
  • Quick, compact release; able to alter arm slots under duress
  • High-end athletic traits; legitimate dual-threat capabilities
  • Natural thrower with plus accuracy stemming from baseball background
  • Displays moxie and poise under pressure; willing to stand tall and deliver
  • Scheme versatile; comfortable operating from shotgun or under center
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
  • Limited reps against high-level competition; sample size concerns
  • Mechanics can break down under pressure; inconsistent platform
  • Footwork needs refinement; tends to overstride, affecting balance and accuracy
  • Can improve eye discipline; occasionally tips off intentions to safeties
  • Needs to develop better feel for throwing with anticipation
  • Decision-making in tight windows requires polish
  • Must improve processing speed on full-field reads
Scouting Report: Summary

Weigman possesses the physical traits and arm talent that will have NFL scouts salivating. His ability to extend plays and create outside structure is reminiscent of some of the league's top young QBs. The way he manipulates the pocket and keeps his eyes downfield while under duress is particularly impressive for his experience level.

However, Weigman remains a projection at this stage due to his limited collegiate sample size. His rawness shows up in inconsistent mechanics and decision-making, particularly when forced off his first read. There are flashes of high-level play, but sustained success against Power 5 competition is yet to be seen.

The 2024 season will be crucial for Weigman's draft stock. If he can stay healthy, showcase improved consistency, and thrive in Klein's offense, he has the potential to climb draft boards rapidly. His blend of arm talent, athleticism, and pocket presence gives him a high ceiling, but he'll need to prove he can put it all together on a week-to-week basis.

Current projection: Day 2 pick with first-round upside. Teams will be closely monitoring his development, as Weigman has the tools to become a franchise-altering talent if he can refine the nuances of the position.

Written By:
Wyatt Brooks (SEC)

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