Timmy Chang
QB | (6'1", 211, 5.15) | Hawaii

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Overall: Chang has had a rollercoaster of a college football career. He put up huge numbers as a nine-game starter in his true freshman season (2000) and was off to another strong start in 2001 before breaking his wrist. He received a medical hardship season and returned as a 14-game starter in 2002. He was effective in 2002 but struggled as a junior in 2003 and eventually was benched. As a senior in 2004, Chang broke Ty Detmer's NCAA Division I-A record for career passing yardage, but in all reality, so much of his success is a byproduct of the system in which he plays. Chang led Hawaii to an 8-5 record as a senior, completing 59.5-percent of his attempts for 4258 yards with 38 TD's and 13 INT's. Chang does make quick decisions, has a quick release and can get into a rhythm and be very tough to beat ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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