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Name: Patrick OBrien (Transfer from Nebraska)
College: Colorado State     Number: 12
Height: 6-4   Weight: 240
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.97
   40 Time: 5.08
  40 High: 5.18
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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 Patrick OBrien, Colorado State, Player News


  Several CSU Rams football players declared their support for new coach Steve Addazio and the athletics department Tuesday night, denying allegations in a report published Tuesday by the Fort Collins Coloradoan earlier in the day. The report cited statements from 10 anonymous sources within the department who criticized CSU athletics' handling of positive COVID-19 tests. Those sources accused department officials of altering contact tracing reports so players could continue practicing and claimed players were threatened with reduced playing time if they quarantine.

One football player who declined to be identified described the situation as a "cover-up...it's not about the health and safety of the players but about just trying to make money off the players." Four CSU football players, including senior quarterback Patrick O'Brien, senior running back Marcus McElroy Jr. and senior defensive lineman Toby McBride, strongly disputed assertions in the report when asked by The Post for comment Tuesday evening. "They're not forcing us to play," O'Brien told The Post. "They're not saying, 'If you get sick, you still need to come.' I never got that from any of (my coaches)." - Denver Post


(DS#32 QB) rSr/2021 QB Patrick OBrienColorado State
News Source: Denver Post
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  The top of the quarterback depth chart for Colorado State will almost definitely look the same this year as it did during the majority of 2019 as Patrick O'Brien returns to lead the Rams after starting the team's final nine games. He completed 62 percent of his passes for 2,803 yards, 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions a year ago. Though spring camp was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, new head coach Steve Addazio sounded pleased last winter with the redshirt senior's efforts to digest the new regime's basic philosophies. "Pat has grown every day since we've been here, grown with his intensity and everything about him," Addazio said. "I've been very pleased."

O'Brien's chemistry with the Rams' receivers should help. "I've played with Warren (Jackson), I've played with Nate (Craig-Myers), I've played with E.J. (Scott), I've played with Dante (Wright)," O'Brien said in May. "We already understand each other. I think after a couple weeks of practice, (chemistry) won't be too big of an issue because we all understand how we work amongst each other." Still, O'Brien has a lot to work on to become a reliable, consistent asset. His lack of pocket awareness was a problem at times. - Denver Post


(DS#32 QB) rSr/2021 QB Patrick OBrienColorado State
News Source: Denver Post
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  Patrick O'Brien spent two months of quarantine releasing his inner Gardner Minshew. All over his upper lip. "It just kind of turned into a 'can-I-actually-do-it' kind of thing," Colorado State's senior quarterback said with a grin as he greeted reporters on a media video conference call Wednesday sporting a new mustache. "And then I realized quickly that I can do it. "I'm proud of myself that I'm actually able to grow some facial hair….Had to do something to spice up life."

When not styling his new look, the Rams signal-caller has been throwing and lifting weights near his home in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., south of Los Angeles. He basically got stuck at home during spring break after the spread of the coronavirus cut off interstate travel. He is itching to return to Fort Collins. "I've been in California too long," said O'Brien, the Nebraska Cornhuskers transfer who finished third in the Mountain West Conference last fall in passing efficiency (140.0), fourth in passing yards (2,803) and first in yards per pass attempt (8.3). "I'm ready to come back and play football and see the guys." - Denver Post


(DS#32 QB) rSr/2021 QB Patrick OBrienColorado State
News Source: Denver Post
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