Mond is an athletic dual-threat quarterback who had impressive numbers throughout his career with the Aggies, totaling 9,661 passing yards and 71 touchdowns to go with 1,609 rushing yards and 22 scores on the ground. He improved his efficiency as a senior in 2020 with 19 touchdown passes and just three interceptions, also setting career highs with a 63.3 completion percentage and 7.7 yards per attempt.
- Mond has an NFL arm and there isn’t much question about it.
- Good accuracy overall, including excellent accuracy on short timing routes to backs and receivers, placing the ball slightly in front to lead receivers to potential yardage after the catch.
- Good zip and ball placement on the quick slant. Good touch down the seam and on post-corner, flag routes to attack the defense vertically and horizontally.
- Sprays the ball anywhere on the field, especially when given a pocket from which to deliver. Will step up into pocket while looking downfield, reset his feet and deliver.
- Generally accurate on intermediate and short throws; flashes anticipation and placement on intermediate outs and the ability to lead receivers on deeper throws.
- Has great speed which was displayed where he ran a 4.59 40 yd dash
- Athletic can escape rushers with ease and is dangerous on playaction
- Needs to improve his touch at all levels and know when to gun it and when to take something off his throws. Accuracy is solid, but far from great with streaky ball placement downfield as he tries to thread the needle too much.
- Too often fails to give receivers a chance to make a play after the catch.
- Has struggled with his decision-making and needs to improve his pre-snap recognition skills to read defenses and see blitzes. Doesn't decipher information as quickly as you would like, but does see the entire field and understands coverage.
- One of the main issues with Mond is his internal clock. Mond has poise, as we have discussed, but the way he plays at such a slow pace is worrisome because of the jump in-game speed he will face at the next level.
A mid-round round prospect who has really good upside although a bit of a project. Viewed by many as a project and potential back-up with other scouts thinking he can eventually make an impact as an NFL starter.