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Name: Cameron Rising (Transfer from Texas)
College: Utah     Number: 7
Height: 6-1   Weight: 225
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.82
   40 Time: 4.93
  40 High: 5.04
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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Height: 6005
Weight: 225

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 Data Scout Notes: Transfer from Texas

 Cameron Rising, Utah, Player News

  05/20/20 - QB Cameron RisingrJr/2022, Utah, 6-1, 225 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down Utah spring practice in mid-March, Cameron Rising had an early leg up in the Utes' spring/summer quarterback competition with Jake Bentley and Drew Lisk. In hindsight, that was to be expected. Rising spent the 2019 season in residence after the NCAA denied his immediate-eligibility waiver. Instead of being eligible right away, Rising ran the scout team, while working with first-year offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig. Rising even spent home game days in the Rice-Eccles Stadium press box to gain a better understanding of the offense and how Ludwig calls a game. "It's been great, something I don't take for granted," Rising told The Salt Lake Tribune via phone last week from his home in Ventura, Calif., which remains under a stay-well-at-home order through the end of the month. "How much I saw last season, it was mind-boggling at times how much work really goes into a game day. Seeing him call a game, experiencing that, I got to see how Coach Ludwig acts and I think that can only benefit me."

Rising may have impressed in the early days of spring ball, but that means little anymore. At this point, the quarterback situation at Utah is unsettled. It will remain so until everyone is back on campus and going through whatever ramp-up and training camp is allowed ahead of the season. "I felt like things were going well and I was ready to keep it going," Rising said. "We'd just gotten pads on and I was itching to get back after it after spring break. I wanted to keep working with the team. A lot of development was happening and we all could have used as many reps as possible. "We all just need to hang in there and make sure we hit the ground running when we come back. No hitches or anything like that, get back to work and get better." - Salt Lake Tribune


(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Cameron RisingUtah
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