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Name: *Kaleb Eleby 
College: Western Michigan     Number: 5
Height: 6-1   Weight: 206
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2022

40 Low: 4.84
   40 Time: 4.91
  40 High: 4.95

> Projected Round: 7-HPFA  Stock:   Projected High: Shot Late/7th  Low: Tryout

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6006
Weight: 206

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225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 25 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'03"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 7.57
No Full Workout-Groin

Dates: 03/14/22
Hand: 09 3/8  Arm: 31
Wingspan: 75 3/4

Height: 6006
Weight: 206
40 Yrd Dash: 4.91
20 Yrd Dash: 2.82
10 Yrd Dash: 1.66
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
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20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.65
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40 Time Range: 4.90-4.91/Projected 4.76/+.15/Stood on Combine numbers for the rest
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2022: 01/04/22-Announced Early Entry into 2022 NFL Draft...2ndC...PManning...2020: 3rdC



 *Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan, Player News


  Kaleb Eleby threw two touchdowns and ran for another and Western Michigan recorded its second bowl victory in program history, rolling past Nevada 52-24 in the Quick Lane Bowl on Monday. Sean Tyler rushed for 146 yards on 14 carries and returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown for Western Michigan (8-5). Jaxson Kincaide, a Nevada transfer, rushed for 105 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns. The Broncos' only other bowl victory came in the 2015 Bahamas Bowl against Middle Tennessee.

Compared with that one, the Quick Lane Bowl was practically a home game for them. "Doing it in Detroit is really special," coach Tim Lester said. "To have fans here, so many alumni here...tons of people from Kalamazoo made the trip. It was awesome to see the hotel alive last night. And to play the way we did, in front of them with their support, it all came together. It's a big deal." Nate Cox passed for 121 yards and a touchdown and Devonte Lee rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown for Nevada (8-5). Cox got the start after Carson Strong, who threw a school-record 36 touchdown passes, chose not to play in order to prepare for the NFL draft. The Wolf Pack was coached by assistant Vai Taua after Jay Norvell accepted the Colorado State coaching job. - Western Michigan/AP College Football


(DS#13 QB) rSo/2022 QB *Kaleb ElebyWestern Michigan
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  2021 ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Quarterback - Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan,...Senior offensive lineman Mike Caliendo, sophomore wide receiver Skyy Moore, and Fayad received First Team All-MAC honors. Sophomore quarterback Kaleb Eleby, sophomore running back Sean Tyler, senior defensive lineman Ralph Holley, junior linebacker Zaire Barnes and junior corner back Dorian Jackson were named to the second team, and junior linebacker Corvin Moment earned third team honors. - Western Michigan Football

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  Sean Tyler scored three touchdowns - one receiving, one rushing and the final one on a 96-yard kickoff return - and Kaleb Elleby threw two touchdown passes, including a 45-yarder to Corey Crooms with a minute left to play, to help Western Michigan escape with a 45-40 victory over Akron on Tuesday night. Tyler's 2-yard TD run gave the Broncos (6-4, 3-3 Mid-American Conference) a 17-7 lead with 3:02 left in the second quarter. Michael Mathison ran the ensuing kickoff back 94 yards for a touchdown to get Akron (2-8, 1-5) within three points, but Elleby answered with a 4-yard TD pass to Tyler with 24 seconds left to give Western Michigan a 24-14 halftime lead.

Tyler's kickoff-return TD put the Broncos up 31-17 and Elleby added a 1-yard TD run to make it 38-24 with 13:39 remaining in the game. Akron rallied to take a 40-38 lead on Zach Gibson's 11-yard TD pass to Konata Mumpfield, a 24-yard, pick-6 by defensive lineman Zach Morton and a 39-yard field goal by Cory Smigel with 2:22 left to play. Eleby needed just six plays to deliver the game-winning toss to Crooms. Eleby completed 12 of 20 passes for 217 yards with one interception. Tyler rushed for 147 yards on 16 carries, while La'Darius Jefferson ran for 99 yards on 19. The Broncos had 533 total yards, including 316 on the ground. Gibson connected on 26 of 40 passes for 305 yards for the Zips. Mumpfield finished with 11 catches for 122 yards and two scores, while Mathison hauled in eight passes for 112 yards. - Western Michigan/AP College Football


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  OCT 18 MAC WEST DIVISION CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan, Quarterback, R-So., Maryland Heights, Mo. (Pattonville),...Completed 15-of-22 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns, and added 33 rushing yards and a touchdown as the Western Michigan offense put up 64 points in a Homecoming victory over Kent State...The Broncos finished with a season-high 642 yards of offense. - MAC Football

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  An Arizona team that owns the nation's longest losing streak was just the salve the Colorado Buffaloes needed. "With everything we've been working on the last couple of weeks with our bye it was good to see that it paid off in a convincing fashion," coach Karl Dorrell said Saturday after Colorado snapped a four-game skid with a 34-0 thrashing of the Wildcats at Folsom Field. It was the first conference shutout for the Buffaloes (2-4, 1-2 Pac-12) since they beat Oklahoma State by the same score on Oct. 1, 2005, when they were in the Big 12. "This is a really good win for us as a program because all three areas scored touchdowns." Dorrell said. The Buffs scored on a blocked punt and an interception in addition to a long pass from Brendon Lewis as they extended the nation's longest losing streak to 18 games.

Stumbling since a season-opening rout of Northern Colorado, the Buffaloes shook off their four-game losing streak thanks to Trevor Woods' 36 -yard scoop-and-score of the punt he blocked and defensive end Carson Wells' 50-yard interception return for a touchdown on consecutive Arizona possessions. Lewis followed up with a 62-yard scoring strike to Brenden Rice that put Colorado ahead 27-0 late in the third quarter. Lewis finished 12 of 19 for 248 yards and two touchdowns and Rice caught three passes for 111 yards. - Colorado/AP College Football


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  Kaleb Eleby threw three touchdown passes, ran for a fourth and Western Michigan routed Kent State 64-31 Saturday. The Broncos came in with the top rushing defense in the Mid-American Conference and held the Golden Flashes to just 124 yards on the ground while Sean Tyler piled up 169 yards, including a 64-yard dash for a touchdown, on 17 carries for Western Michigan. Eleby opened the game with a 27-yard touchdown pass to Skyy Moore, then found Jaylen Hall with a 68-yard strike to make it 17-7 after one quarter. He hit Moore for a second time in the third quarter to make it 36-17, then ran 25 yards for a final touchdown with 3:33 left to complete the rout. Nick Mihalic kicked three field goals and converted seven of eight PATs for the Broncos (5-2, 2-1). Dustin Crum was 15 of 26 for 210 yards and two touchdowns for Kent State (3-4, 2-1). - Western Michigan/AP College Football

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  Kaleb Eleby threw a pair of touchdown passes to Skyy Moore and Western Michigan won its fourth straight game, defeating Buffalo 24-17 on Saturday in a Mid-American Conference opener. Eleby hit a streaking Moore with a 64-yard strike to give the Broncos (4-1, 1-0) the lead with 9 1/2 minutes remaining. After Buffalo went three-and-out for the fourth straight possession, the Broncos burned almost six minutes off the clock before La'Darius Jefferson scored from a yard out. Kyle Vantrease's 1-yard keeper cut the lead to seven with 1:17 remaining but WMU recovered an onside kick.

After WMU's Parker Sampson had missed two field goal attempts, punter Nick Mihalic kicked a 26-yard field goal to tie it at 10 earlier in the fourth quarter. Eleby found Moore in the right corner of the end zone for a 12-yard score and a 7-0 lead in the opening quarter before Buffalo tied it less than 30 seconds later on Ron Cook's 55-yard sprint up the middle. The Bulls (2-3, 0-1) had the lead with Alex McNulty's 37-yard field goal in the third. The game featured the MAC's top two receivers in Buffalo's Quian Williams and WMU's Corey Crooms but it was Moore piling up a career-high 163 yards on 11 catches. Williams finished with 119 yards on six catches. Eleby was 21-of-33 passing for 279 yards as WMU outgained Buffalo 457-282. Jefferson rushed for 96 yards on 23 carries. - Western Michigan/AP College Football


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  Kaleb Eleby threw for two touchdowns and the Western Michigan defense dominated in a 23-3 win over San Jose State on Saturday. Eleby found Jaylen Hall for 22 yards and Corey Crooms for 37 as the Broncos (3-1) led 20-3 at halftime after the Spartans (2-2) opened the scoring with a field goal. Eleby was 17 of 28 for 200 yards as Western Michigan finished with 347 yards of offense. San Jose State had 119 yards and three turnovers, and three different quarterbacks were ineffective under pressure. Western Michigan had six sacks and 11 tackles for losses of 56 yards. Ralph Holley led the way with 2 1/2 sacks. Ali Fayad had two sacks, three quarterback hurries and forced a fumble. - Western Michigan/AP College Football

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  SEPT 20 MAC WEST DIVISION OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan, Quarterback, RS-So., Maryland Heights, Mo. (Pattonville),...Eleby picked the Pittsburgh defense apart in WMU's 44-41 win over the Panthers on Saturday. Eleby had season highs in completions with 23, passing yards with 336 and touchdowns with three. This was the first Power 5 win for Eleby in two career games against Power 5 teams and also the first Power 5 win for his head coach Tim Lester. With Eleby behind center the Broncos racked up 517 total yards to outgain Pitt's vaunted offense. - MAC Football

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  Kaleb Eleby threw for 336 yards and three touchdowns and Western Michigan stunned Pittsburgh 44-41 on Saturday. La'Darius Jefferson ran for 78 yards and two scores for the Broncos (2-1), who came into Heinz Field as a 15-point underdog and left it with their first victory over a Power 5 school in five years. Kenny Pickett tossed six touchdowns for the Panthers (2-1) and threw for 382 yards to move past Hall of Famer Dan Marino into second-place on the school's all-time passing list but Pitt fell flat a week after a stirring victory on the road at Tennessee.

Western Michigan rolled up 516 yards of total offense and held the ball for 40 minutes. Pitt did its best to help the Broncos along the way. Eleby's 54-yard touchdown pass to Corey Crooms that put Western Michigan up 34-27 in the third quarter came after Panther defensive backs Erick Hallett II and Brandon Hill collided, allowing Crooms to spin away and race to the end zone. Pitt quickly tied it on Pickett's second touchdown pass of the day to tight end Lucas Krull but the Broncos responded, as they did each and every time the Panthers threatened to take control. Eleby led a 12-play, 75-yard drive that ended with Jefferson bulling over from 3 yards out to make it 41-34. Western Michigan sacked Pickett on fourth-and-6 to snuff out a Pitt response and Parker Sampson's 29-yard field goal gave the Broncos just enough cushion. - Western Michigan/AP College Football


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  As a redshirt sophomore starter in 2020, quarterback Kaleb Eleby showed a command of the offense well beyond his years, and his strong right arm helped turn his pre-snap reads into completions at a rate of 64.7 percent. The Missouri native finished six-game season with 18 touchdowns against just two interceptions and averaged 285.8 yards per contest, and Lester said Eleby was much improved during spring ball. "Kaleb had an unbelievable spring," Lester said. "He had a great fall, don't get me wrong, but we're continuing his process, and I put him in some very unique situations to let him grow, and let him call some plays, which he's never done before, which is a great thing to do." - Kalamazoo Gazette

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  2020 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Quarterback - Kaleb Eleby, Western Michigan,...Third-team Broncos included Eleby, Hall, Howard and Mihalic. Eleby led the league's QBs in efficiency at 195.1 He finished the year completing 64.7-percent of his passes for 1,715 yards and a MAC-best 18 TDs with just two interceptions. - Western Michigan Football

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  Eleby has always had the physical tools, and his power was on full display in the season opener against Akron when he threw a ball 55 yards in the air on a 68-yard Jaylen Hall touchdown catch. "Arm strength-wise, I think he's as good as I've ever had, and it does allow us to use the whole field, and that's a big difference in a game, especially nowadays, where defenses are picking and choosing what they're going to take away," Lester said. "They know the easy throws… if you can have a run game and a quarterback that can throw it all over the field efficiently, it makes you really hard to stop." The area where Eleby has made the biggest strides this season is focusing on the little things, such as where to put the ball to maximize yards after the catch, working on his body and mastering WMU's run-pass-option-heavy playbook.

"He's tremendously talented; I think we've all known that from the from the moment he got here, and he has really put time into his body and getting his body stronger, leaner," Lester said. "He's put a ton of time into understanding what we're doing. We've made three or four unique tweaks to our offense this year that have been helping us a lot, and he was right in with us and all those meetings, understanding what we're looking at, what we're trying to do. "He is really way beyond his years when it comes to being an active participant in what we're doing, and he has ideas. A lot of times young guys are out there, and they're just mutes - they don't say anything - they really can't regurgitate what they're seeing. "When he's out there, he's seeing it, he's coming up with ideas, and he's really part of the process, which I think just shows how much studying he's doing. He's in here studying all the time, which is not something he used to do. I see him around a lot more, so he's invested in it, and I'm just so happy that he's having the success that he's having." - Kalamazoo Gazette


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  Last week was a big one for the Broncos. It was no question beforehand whether Western Michigan would be a force in the MAC, but a 52-44 win over rival Central Michigan proved that the Broncos are the team to beat in the West division. Kaleb Eleby went 12-20 passing for a season-high 382 passing yards and five touchdowns. The redshirt sophomore was most recently listed on the Davey O'Brien Quarterback Award's Great 8 List, as he's currently thrown for 928 yards, 11 touchdowns and has the 5th highest QBR in the country according to ESPN. Eleby and the Broncos will likely maintain their spot in the rankings as they face winless Northern Illinois at home this Saturday. - The Post

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  Kaleb Eleby threw three of his five touchdown passes to D'Wayne Eskridge, La'Darius Jefferson ran for 150 yards and Western Michigan held off Central Michigan 52-44 on Wednesday night. Western Michigan (3-0, 3-0 Mid-American Conference) has sole possession of first place in the East Division, and is 3-0 in the MAC for just the sixth time since 2000. Eleby was 12 of 20 for 382 yards passing and also had a 4-yard touchdown run. Eskridge finished with four catches for 212 yards. Jaylen Hall had four receptions for 110 yards with two touchdowns. Sean Tyler added 94 yards rushing with a 6-yard TD.

Eleby and Eskridge connected on scores from 33 yards in the first half, and from 72 and 85 yards in the third quarter that stretched the Broncos' lead to 45-22 early in the third quarter. Kobe Lewis broke loose for a 69-yard touchdown run to pull the Chippewas to 45-30. Eleby's 43-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Hall early in the fourth made it 52-30. Daniel Richardson's 4-yard TD pass to Drayton Law for Central Michigan (2-1, 2-1) capped the scoring with 2:32 to play. Eskridge recovered the ensuing onside kick. Lewis had 114 yards rushing with two touchdowns for the Chippewas. Kalil Pimpleton added 108 yards on the ground with three touchdowns. Western Michigan had 628 yards of offense and Central Michigan finished with 406. - AP College Football


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  Kaleb Eleby accounted for five touchdowns, including two in the final 45 seconds, and Western Michigan rallied from a 10-point deficit with less than 3 minutes remaining to beat Toledo 41-38 on Wednesday night. Eleby was 20-of-29 passing for 284 yards and three touchdowns and scored on a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs. Sean Tyler had 100 yards rushing on 12 carries and D’Wayne Eskridge had seven receptions for 131 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown in the third quarter.

Bryant Koback's 4-yard scoring run gave Toledo (1-1, 1-1 Mid-American Conference) a 38-28 lead with 2:54 to play. The Broncos answered with an 11-play, 70-yard drive capped by Eleby's second TD run with 45 seconds left and then recovered the ensuing onside kick. On first-and-goal as time ticked away, Western Michigan (2-0, 2-0) faked a clock-killing spike and Eleby hit a wide-open Jaylen Hall for a 9-yard touchdown to cap the scoring with 17 seconds left. Eli Peters completed 30 of 46 for 339 yards passing and a TD for the Rockets. Koback finished with 24 carries for 78 yards and two touchdowns and Isaiah Winstead added four receptions for 96 yards. - AP College Football


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