Jared Allen
QB | (6'2", 218, 4.96) | Florida Atlantic

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Overall: Allen red-shirted his freshman season in 2000 and has been Florida Atlantic's starter since the second game of the 2001 season. As a senior in 2004, Allen completed 60.8-percent of his attempts for 2,554 yards with 13 TD's and eight INT's. Allen has just decent size and he also lacks great mobility and arm strength. The DI-AA level of competition is also good reason for concern. However, while his upside is limited, he still has the potential to develop into a quality reserve in the NFL because he's an accurate quarterback who doesn't make many mistakes, knows how to manage a game and takes care of the football. In fact, he reminds us a lot of a poor man's Jake Delhomme (Panthers). Allen should sign with a team as an undrafted rookie free agent if the isn't selected in the last round of the draft.

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