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Name: Austin Kendall (Transfer from Oklahoma)
College: West Virginia     Number: 12
Height: 6-2   Weight: 212
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.84
   40 Time: 4.94
  40 High: 5.05
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: Transfer from Oklahoma...2017: NAC...2016: NAC

 Austin Kendall, West Virginia, Player News


  West Virginia University football is on its way back to campus, and the university announced Friday the process necessary for that to happen. WVU will take a phased approach to bringing football players and staff back to campus for voluntary workouts. The first phase is a two-week period, June 8-22 for coaches and staff and June 15-29 for players. Student-athletes have been away from their campuses since the coronavirus pandemic began in March. Coaching staffs were eventually allowed to hold virtual meetings with their players during the week. The Big 12 announced recently that football players would be permitted to return June 15 for voluntary workouts.

"Phase 1 is the first step to getting Mountaineer football ready for the 2020 season," WVU Athletic Director Shane Lyons said in a university release. "This two-week phased approach enables us to safely get our football staff and players back to campus and will provide the guidance for the return of other student-athletes starting in July. "I want to thank our medical team and department staff who worked endless hours in putting together a plan that puts the safety of our football student-athletes, staff and University first." - Charleston Gazette-Mail


(DS#27 QB) rSr/2021 QB Austin KendallWest Virginia
News Source: Charleston Gazette-Mail
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  Austin Kendall threw three touchdown passes to lead West Virginia to a 44-27 victory over North Carolina State on Saturday. Kennedy McKoy helped West Virginia's run game break out of a slump with a pair of scores, and the Mountaineers (2-1) had by far their highest offensive production of the season one week after looking lethargic in a 38-7 loss at Missouri. Kendall had first-half TD tosses of 20 and 13 yards. His 25-yard run early in the fourth quarter set up his 9-yard scoring toss to freshman Ali Jennings for a 38-27 lead. Kendall went 27 of 40 for 272 yards with an interception.

West Virginia broke a 21-21 halftime tie with the help of its defense, which had been criticized by the coaching staff for 22 missed tackles a week ago. North Carolina State (2-1) managed just 97 yards of offense in the second half. Sophomore Matthew McKay threw a first-quarter touchdown pass but was harassed all game in his first road start. McKay finished 23 of 48 for 207 yards. He was 9 of 24 for 72 yards after halftime. - AP College Football/West Virginia Football


(DS#27 QB) rSr/2021 QB Austin KendallWest Virginia
News Source: AP College Football/West Virginia Football
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  Austin Kendall loved the outcome but wasn't happy that West Virginia's offense struggled for much of the game against a Championship Subdivision opponent. The Oklahoma graduate transfer threw two second-half touchdown passes in his debut for the Mountaineers, who needed a comeback to hold off James Madison 20-13 Saturday. "We've got to be better as a team, especially me," Kendall said. "We've got to be better on offense."

Kendall couldn't generate a ton of yards under constant pressure but did just enough to give Neal Brown a victory in his first game as West Virginia's coach while preventing the Mountaineers from losing to an FCS opponent for the first time. West Virginia's strengths entering the season were its depth at running back and on the offensive and defensive lines. All of those units underperformed as James Madison dominated the line of scrimmage for a good portion of the game. The Mountaineers averaged just 1.4 yards per rush, leaving it up to Kendall to bail them out. He did - barely. - AP College Football


(DS#27 QB) rSr/2021 QB Austin KendallWest Virginia
News Source: AP College Football
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  Oklahoma graduate transfer Austin Kendall has been named West Virginia's starting quarterback for the Aug. 31 season opener against FCS James Madison. West Virginia coach Neal Brown on Tuesday announced the choice of Kendall, who beat out three others. At Oklahoma, Kendall backed up Baker Mayfield in 2016 and Kyler Murray last season. His decision to leave drew intense scrutiny when Oklahoma initially sought to block the move. For his career, Kendall has completed 28 of 39 passes for 265 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. - AP College Football

(DS#27 QB) rSr/2021 QB Austin KendallWest Virginia
News Source: AP College Football
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