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Name: Kyle Trask (+) Coming off Oct 2019 Knee INJ
College: Florida     Number: 11
Height: 6-4   Weight: 239
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.98
   40 Time: 5.08
  40 High: 5.18
Projected Round: 3-4  Stock:    



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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PManning/PMaxwell/POBrien...2019: (+) Coming off Oct 2019 Knee INJ...237-354-2941-25-7-66.9 pass, 63-8-0.1-4 rush, 1-4-4.0-0 rec, TT in 12 gms in '19. Backup w/14-22-162-1-0-63.6 pass, 5--4--0.8-0 rush in 4 gms, missed rest of season due to foot injury in '18. No action due to injury in '17. Redshirted in '16.

 Kyle Trask, Florida, Player News

  07/31/20 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Kyle Trask, Sr., Florida,...The Manvel, Texas native led the Gators to an 11-2 record in 2019 after stepping in to take over Florida's offense at the start of the fourth quarter during UF's victory over Kentucky. Trask finished the season with 237-of-354 passes completed (66.9%) for 2,941 yards, 25 touchdown throws and only seven interceptions (156.09 rtg). Trask was one of only 27 FBS quarterbacks to have at least 25 touchdown passes in 2019, while his 156.09 passer rating was the ninth-highest rating for a season in school history and the highest by a Gator since Tebow's nation-leading 164.2 in 2009. - Florida Football

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  07/26/20 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Kyle Trask, Florida,...The Manvel, Texas, native led the Gators to an 11-2 record in 2019 after stepping in to take over Florida's offense at the start of the fourth quarter during UF's victory over Kentucky. Trask finished the season with 237-of-354 passes completed (66.9%) for 2,941 yards, 25 touchdown throws and only seven interceptions (156.09 rtg).

Trask was one of only 27 FBS quarterbacks to have at least 25 touchdown passes in 2019, while his 156.09 passer rating was the ninth-highest rating for a season in school history and the highest by a Gator since Tebow's nation-leading 164.2 in 2009. Regarded as one of the top returning quarterbacks in the SEC, Trask became the first Gator to record three-plus touchdown passes in consecutive outings against conference opponents after throwing for three at LSU and following it up with a career-high four touchdowns at South Carolina. - Florida Football


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  07/18/20 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Kyle Trask, Florida,...The Manvel, Texas, native led the Gators to an 11-2 record in 2019 after stepping in to take over Florida's offense at the start of the fourth quarter during UF's victory over Kentucky. Trask finished the season with 237-of-354 passes completed (66.9%) for 2,941 yards, 25 touchdown throws and only seven interceptions (156.09 rtg). Trask was one only 27 FBS quarterbacks to have at least 25 touchdown passes in 2019, while his 156.09 passer rating was the ninth-highest rating for a season in school history and the highest by a Gator since Tebow's nation-leading 164.2 in 2009. Regarded as one of the top returning quarterbacks in the SEC, Trask became the first Gator to record three-plus touchdowns passes in consecutive outings against conference opponents after throwing for three at LSU and following it up with a career-high four touchdowns at South Carolina. - Florida Football

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  05/23/20 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Throwing for more than 300 yards in four of the final seven games for the Gators last season, including 310 against LSU, Trask chased Feleipe Franks out of Gainesville. Trask finished the season with 2,941 yards and a 25-to-7 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Now the Gators are his team in 2020 and with the nation's best tight end Kyle Pitts back alongside him, the Florida offense looks primed for a leap and to make at run at Georgia for the SEC East. - Opelika-Auburn News

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  05/11/20 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  No one knows yet whether there will be a college football season in 2020. But just about everyone has a pretty good idea what the financial impact will be if there isn't one. It would be devastating, potentially crippling, for schools across the country. At the University of Florida, football is the financial engine that drives the athletic department and its overall 21 sports teams. In the 2019 fiscal year, football generated a profit of $47,950,819, while men's basketball was the only other sport with a profit, bringing in $2,455,291. The 19 other programs finished the year $33,528,175 in the red. So, a season without football could deliver a dire financial blow to UF. But, for now, the University Athletic Association isn't plotting strategy and bracing for a potential financial crisis in the fall, and possibly beyond. UF is preparing as if the football season will go on as scheduled, starting on Sept. 5 in The Swamp vs. Eastern Washington.

It's not necessarily a bold or optimistic strategy. It's a matter of following the advice SEC commissioner Greg Sankey passed on to the league's 14 schools two weeks ago: "Our responsibility right now is to prepare for what's next, and what's next is the upcoming season," he said. So, at this stage, the Gators are planning for football in the fall, with the idea that fans will be in the stands. "Obviously, there is a lot of speculation out there," UF athletic director Scott Stricklin said. "If Sept. 5 comes and we're expected to be hosting people, we need to be prepared to do that. We can always adjust (to not having fans). - Gainesville Sun


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  03/19/20 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  After going 21-5 and leading the Florida Gators to consecutive New Year's Six bowl games in his first two seasons in Gainesville, head football coach Dan Mullen is due a raise and a contract extension. He's going to get both. It's just a matter of when now. UF athletic director Scott Stricklin said last week that he's been in discussions with Mullen's agent about a contract extension, but does not have a timetable for closing the deal. "I don't know," Stricklin said. "I expect Dan to be here a long time."

There were indications from Stricklin and Mullen at the end of the 2019 regular season in December that a contract extension and raise would be coming for Mullen. At that time Mullen's name had come up as a possible candidate for several NFL jobs, mainly Dallas, where the Cowboys' quarterback is Dak Prescott, who Mullen coached and developed at Mississippi State. Mullen said he was flattered by the perceived interest from the NFL and considered it a compliment, but had no intention of leaving UF at this stage of his coaching career. "I know what I have here," Mullen said in December. "I love being here. I think we're building a championship program here. - Gainesville Sun


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  12/01/19 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Florida receiver Kadarius Toney stopped in the end zone, struck a pose and pointed to the scoreboard as Florida State players walked by. He was taunting the rival Seminoles -- at halftime. The game was essentially over at that point, and everyone knew it. Kyle Trask threw three first-half touchdown passes, including two to Freddie Swain, and the eighth-ranked Gators hammered the Seminoles 40-17 to end a four-game, home losing streak in the series. "That's bragging rights for your neighbors," said Florida's Dan Mullen, who improved to 6-0 in his coaching career against FSU. The Gators (10-2, No. 11 CFP) locked up consecutive 10-win seasons for the first time in a decade, finished unbeaten at home for the first time in four years and celebrated their first winning streak against FSU since 2009.

Florida scored touchdowns on four of its first five possessions, needing two fourth-down conversions to get the first two, and was able to start celebrating long before the final seconds ticked off the clock. "I think it was just a big statement for us," Trask said. "We haven't been getting a whole lot of respect around the country." Pass-happy and pretty much one-dimensional, Florida picked apart FSU's beleaguered defense -- a rarity in a series that typically features stout defenses. Trask completed 30 of 41 passes for 343 yards, including two short ones to Swain that went for scores. One of 22 seniors recognized before their home finale, Swain caught a screen pass, waited for a block, split two defenders and sprinted 19 yards to cap the opening drive. He made it 20-7 in the second quarter when he broke a tackle near the sideline, outran one defender and bowled through another at the goal line. - Florida/AP College Football


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  11/16/19 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Kyle Trask threw two touchdown passes after a sluggish first half by No. 11 Florida and the Gators beat Missouri 23-6 on Saturday. Trask completed 23 of 35 passes for 282 yards. That was plenty of offense for Florida (9-2, 6-2 Southeastern Conference), which held Missouri to 204 total yards. Linebacker Jon Greenard spent most of the day in the Tigers' backfield, finishing with two sacks and five tackles for loss. The Tigers (5-5, 2-4) have lost four straight games and haven't scored a touchdown in the last two. Florida led 6-3 after a first half in which the teams combined for 10 punts. The Gators struggled up front offensively in the first half, allowing four sacks to a team that had only 14 sacks on the season entering the game. They gained just 29 yards on the ground before intermission and finished with 56 rushing yards.

It was a similar story for Missouri, which welcomed Kelly Bryant back at quarterback after he missed last week's game at Georgia with a hamstring injury. Bryant repeatedly slipped out of the arms of blitzers to extend plays, but the Tigers struggled to put drives together without any help from its running game. Bryant completed 25 of 38 passes for 204 yards and one interception. Missouri's only scores came on two Tucker McCann field goals. The Gators finally got going in the third quarter when Trask connected with Josh Hammond for a 34-yard touchdown pass and hit Lamical Perine for a 15-yard TD. Van Jefferson finished with six catches for 82 yards, and Trevon Grimes had three catches for 66 yards. - AP College Football


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  11/09/19 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Kyle Trask didn't really know what to call his first touchdown pass of the day. He thought about it for a few seconds before settling on "kind of a free throw shot." If so, his last two scores were breakaways dunks. Trask threw for a career-high 363 yards and three touchdowns -- the best passing performance by a Florida quarterback since Tim Tebow's college finale -- and the 10th-ranked Gators overcame a lackluster start to thump Vanderbilt 56-0 Saturday. "I think we could have put up a lot more," Trask said. Florida (8-2, 5-2 Southeastern Conference) was sluggish early, failing to convert a fourth down on the opening possession against the league's worst defense, missing a field goal and throwing two interceptions.

It looked like another version of the "Cocktail Party Hangover," which seems to happen every year after losing to rival Georgia in the game dubbed the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party." But the Gators responded with their most dominant quarter of the season, turning a 14-0 lead into a laugher in the Swamp. They ended up outgaining Vanderbilt 560-128 and winning their sixth straight in the series and 28th in the last 29 years overall. "It was a good feeling to get the bad taste out of our mouths," said safety Donovan Stiner, who had two interceptions in Florida's third shutout of the season. Trask completed 25 of 37 passes, with TD passes to Lamical Perine, Trevon Grimes and Kyle Pitts. The junior also ran for a score before giving way to Emory Jones. - Florida/AP College Football


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  10/19/19 - QB Kyle TraskrSr/2021, Florida, 6-4, 239 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  For three quarters, Kyle Trask saw the overthrows and ineffective runs, the penalties and missed assignments. He knew something had to change. It finally did. Trask threw three of his career-high four touchdowns in the final period Saturday to rally the No. 9 Gators to a 38-27 win at South Carolina. Trask, sensing the game slipping away, told his teammates: "This isn't us." He then helped the Gators (7-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) avoid a second straight loss after falling at No. 2 LSU 42-28 last week. "We found our identity and started making plays," he said.

This season, the identity of Florida's offense is very much in Trask's hands. The redshirt junior, starting because of an injury to Feleipe Franks, has led the Gators to their best start since 2015. After a week off, Trask will bring Florida to a final, defining stretch with games against No. 10 Georgia, Vanderbilt and SEC East-leading Missouri in the chase for a spot in the SEC title game. Things didn't look promising through the third quarter. South Carolina (3-4, 2-3) held Florida in check and took a 20-17 lead in trying for its second consecutive win over a top 10 opponent after beating then-No. 3 Georgia in double overtime last week. "We have a very resilient team," Trask said. "We're never going to panic, no matter the situation." - Florida/AP College Football


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