Logan Woodside

Toledo
QB

Prospect Info

College
Toledo
Hometown
Class
Frankfort, KY
Senior
Height
Weight
Arms
6' 1"
213 lbs
31”
Hands
9 3/4”

Prospect Grade

4.94
Should Be in an NFL Training Camp
How We Grade

2018 Draft Results

Drafted by
Cincinnati
Bengals
Round 7 ‧ Pick 31
40 Yard Dash
4.79
Seconds
 
Bench Press
--
Reps
 
Vertical Jump
31.5
INCHES
 
Broad Jump
103.0
INCHES
 
3 Cone Drill
6.94
Seconds
 
20 Yd Shuttle
4.15
Seconds
 
60 Yd Shuttle
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Seconds
 
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Woodside has not had an easy go of things at Toledo. The Frankfort, Kentucky native, a first-team all-state pick before coming to the Rockets, played in four games with one start in 2013 (21-for-41, 240 yards, touchdown). The following year, Woodside took over the starting role early on due to a season-ending injury to Alabama transfer Phillip Ely (62.5 completion percentage, 2,263 yards, 19 touchdowns, eight interceptions). He helped the Rockets beat Arkansas State in the GoDaddy.com Bowl at the end of the year, going 21-for-27 for 176 yards. He lost the starting job to Ely before the 2015 season, however, and redshirted to maintain his eligibility. Coaches had to start him the next year, though, and he excelled in executing the team's quick-throw offense. Woodside garnered first-team All-MAC honors as a junior, completing 69 percent of his passes for 4,129 yards, and leading the nation with 45 touchdown passes (against just nine interceptions). Woodside's numbers took a step back in his final season as he threw for just 3,882 yards and 28 touchdowns with eight interceptions.
By Lance Zierlein
NFL Analyst
Draft Projection
Rounds 6-7
Overview
Woodside is an undersized quarterback with a very average arm who overcomes his deficiencies with good football intelligence and above average accuracy. His lack of size will be an immediate turn-off for most teams, but his competitive nature and ability to throw it where he wants to could give him an outside shot of finding work for a West Coast offense that values his accuracy and decision-making.
Strengths
  • Gritty and determined
  • Has been an underdog quarterback from high school to college
  • Naturally accurate on all three levels
  • Posted adjusted completion percentage (eliminates throws behind the line of scrimmage) of 65 percent with 73 touchdowns over last two seasons
  • Throws with necessary ball placement to pick at man coverage
  • Able to throw targets open
  • Good recognition of coverages and decision making is solid
  • Ball comes out on time and with some anticipation
  • Game against Miami wasn't too big for him
  • Gives his receivers a chance to make a play
  • Has adequate pocket awareness and mobility
Weaknesses
  • Falls well below NFL guidelines for size
  • Weighed just 206 pounds at NFLPA game
  • Big touchdown total from 2016 appears to be an outlier
  • Benefitted from offense designed to make deep safety a non-factor
  • Feasted on one-on-one downfield matchups
  • Long-strider in his delivery
  • Release features a small windup
  • Floats throws to field side
  • May not have the arm strength to make all the NFL throws
  • Struggled in postseason throwing three interceptions in his bowl game and just average week of NFLPA practices

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GRADE
9.00-10
Once-in-lifetime player
8.00-8.99
Perennial All-Pro
7.50-7.99
Future All-Pro
7.00-7.49
Pro Bowl-caliber player
6.50-6.99
Chance to become Pro Bowl-caliber player
6.00-6.49
Should become instant starter
5.50-5.99
Chance to become NFL starter
5.20-5.49
NFL backup or special teams potential
5.01-5.19
Better-than-average chance to make NFL roster
5.00
50-50 Chance to make NFL roster
4.75-4.99
Should be in an NFL training camp
4.50-4.74
Chance to be in an NFL training camp
NO GRADE
Likely needs time in developmental league