From Prep to Pro!, EST 2001
Bookmark and Share


NFL Draft Scout - Powered By: The SportsXchange
DRAFT SCOUT

DS Rankings/Probe
OFFENSE
DEFENSE
Players by School

DS PARTNERS
NFL Draft Scout
Featured In/On:


Coach Tom Shaw's Training Program is the leader in performance enhancement!
Visit Pro Combine Training Today!
Visit Test Sports Clubs Today





  
Name: Noah Vedral (Double Transfer from Nebraska/Central Florida)
College: Rutgers     Number: 0
Height: 6-1   Weight: 195
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.59
  40 High: 4.68
Projected Round:   Stock:    

Combine Invite: 
Height: 6005
Weight: 195

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 
40 Yard Dash (HH): 
20 Yard (ET): 
20 Yard (HH): 
10 Yard (ET): 
10 Yard (HH): 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 


Dates: 
Hand:   Arm: 
Wingspan: 

Height: 6005
Weight: 195
40 Yrd Dash: 
20 Yrd Dash: 
10 Yrd Dash: 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 

 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Transfer from Nebraska...Transfer from Central Florida

 Noah Vedral, Rutgers, Player News

  04/24/21 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Noah Vedral isn't taking these next few weeks for granted. The Rutgers quarterback and the rest of the offense will use spring practices to build on what went well in 2020 and correct what went wrong. Every session is a big opportunity for a unit that's looking to take the next step in Year 2 of offensive coordinator Sean Gleeson's system. "This spring's going to be really big for us," Vedral said Wednesday. Vedral is right in the middle of that.There's not much uncertainty about Vedral's role this year - he's the starter. He won the job out of training camp last season after transferring from Nebraska. His experience in the type of no-huddle, up-tempo offense that Gleeson runs was a big factor in his ability to beat his competition.

Vedral was solid overall, finishing 136-of-221 for 1,253 yards with nine touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also rushed for 193 yards and one score. He missed some time because of injury, including an ankle injury he suffered against Maryland that also kept him out of the season-finale against Nebraska. Greg Schiano said earlier this week that Vedral is not 100 percent, but on Wednesday the quarterback said he was progressing well. "I'm doing good," Vedral said. "Making progress and I'm able to practice. I'm feeling good. I'm excited for the spring. My ankle and whatever else I'm dealing with really shouldn't hold me up too much." - Asbury Park Press


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Asbury Park Press
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  04/21/21 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Rutgers is rolling with the quarterbacks already on the roster. The Scarlet Knights will not look to add another passer following Artur Sitkowski's exit into the NCAA transfer portal, coach Greg Schiano said Monday. Noah Vedral remains entrenched as the starter, Johnny Langan will continue to have a big role in the offense and it appears Evan Simon and Cole Snyder are set to battle for the backup job when spring practice opens Tuesday. "I think the quarterback room is in a good place," Schiano said. "There's good chemistry in there ... I'm looking forward to watching Evan and Cole and Johnny and Austin (Albericci, a walk-on from Demarest High) develop. And certainly with Noah now being in the system for a year, and going out and having the chance to work through things again, we continue to grow the offense."

It remains to be seen how much work Vedral will get this spring though. He is still not fully recovered from the ankle injury he suffered after a cheap shot by Maryland defensive tackle Ami Finau in Rutgers' overtime win at Maryland last Dec. 12. "He's feeling better, but he's not 100% yet. It was a pretty serious deal," Schiano said. The incident, while of no fault of Vedral's, illustrates why Sitkowski's departure could be an issue for the Scarlet Knights. Vedral had the best season by a Rutgers quarterback in several years last fall, throwing for 1,253 yards, nine touchdowns and eight interceptions and rushing for 193 yards and a score. - Star Ledger


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Star Ledger
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  01/21/21 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Noah Vedral left Nebraska when he did because he knew he had a chance to be a multiple-year starter at quarterback somewhere else. He found that opportunity at Rutgers and he isn't giving it up anytime soon. Vedral, the Wahoo native and former Husker signal-caller, put a video on Twitter on Wednesday with highlights from the 2020 season and said, "Just getting started." The 6-foot-1, 195-pounder started seven games for the Scarlet Knights in 2020, is listed as a senior on Rutgers' online roster but could play two more seasons in New Jersey due to the NCAA granting an extra year of eligibility for all players. - Lincoln Journal Star

(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Lincoln Journal Star
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  11/26/20 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Noah Vedral could've pointed to the stat sheet that showed a career-high passing yardage total for the second straight week. The Rutgers quarterback could've cited any of his three touchdown passes. Instead, Vedral preferred to talk about an intangible he accomplished Saturday night in one of the most prolific passing performances in Rutgers football history. "I thought I did a better job being accurate for my team today," he said. "But ultimately it just came down to doing my job as consistently as I could. That's what every player is asked to do. I have places to learn from in this game. It's not perfect."

It wasn't perfect, but Vedral's effort certainly was good enough to lead Rutgers to an upset win over Michigan. Instead, a defense that couldn't make crucial stops, a missed field goal and an interception on the game's final play doomed the Scarlet Knights in a triple-overtime 48-42 loss to Michigan. "I thought Noah played really well," Rutgers coach Greg Schiano said. "Certainly statistically that played out, but it showed (in) everything he did. I thought he was very focused and executed well." - Star Ledger


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Star Ledger
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  06/23/20 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  At 4 p.m. on April 28, Noah Vedral's name appeared in the NCAA transfer portal. Within minutes, the Nebraska quarterback became the most popular college football player on the planet, judging by how his Twitter follows erupted. Three Rutgers assistants - offensive coordinator Sean Gleeson, director of recruiting Timothy Silvernail and director of player personnel Eric Josephs - were among the legion of college football staff members who followed Vedral on social media shortly after news of his departure from Nebraska broke. Greg Schiano took a different approach. The Scarlet Knights head coach immediately sought game film to see if Vedral would be the right quarterback to add to a program with no proven quarterback on the depth chart.

"We have a system when guys go into the portal," Schiano said Monday. "He goes immediately through a channel, and when I watched (Vedral) that evening, I knew right away we had to try to get him on our team if we could." Included in the more than 3,300 "likes" was nod from Gleeson, the Scarlet Knights' first-year offensive coordinator who will try to utilize Vedral's dual-threat talents this season. "I think the most attractive thing about Rutgers is Schiano and Gleeson," Vedral told the Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star on May 13. "(Schiano) is a really good coach and he's had success. He's been a lot of places and he knows how the process of rebuilding is. I believe in him. I'm also really excited about Coach Gleeson. I think I'll do well in his offense. It's my style and it's things I do well." - Star Ledger


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Star Ledger
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  05/18/20 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Noah Vedral is the seventh quarterback to join Rutgers after previously playing at another FBS school dating back to the end of the 2014 season and Gary Nova's career with the Scarlet Knights. The first six have had limited success, if any. But Vedral - who arrives from Nebraska with two years of eligibility remaining - could break that trend. To be clear: Vedral is not a sure-thing starter. He will need to win the job away from Artur Sitkowski, and that should be a real training camp battle whenever it happens. But after watching tape from three of Vedral's games with the Cornhuskers last season - a win over Nebraska where he came off the bench in the fourth quarter and led the game-winning drive, plus starts in losses to Minnesota and Indiana (he was injured in the second half of the latter game) - it's obvious Rutgers will have its best starter in years to start Schiano's second tenure, whether it is Sitkowski building on last season's progress or Vedral winning the job himself.

Here are some takeaways from the film review: Can he throw? The first thing you have to figure out with any quarterback. The answer: Vedral doesn't have as big an arm as Sitkowski, but he is a much better thrower than Johnny Langan (better runner, too, but we'll get to that) and will be a Big Ten-caliber passer. Nebraska did not try to take many (any?) deep shots downfield in the games that were reviewed, but Vedral did make several downfield throws for big gains. He demonstrated ability to read defenses, hang tough in the pocket and find an open man. He also showed nice touch on the ball. - Star Ledger


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Star Ledger
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  05/13/20 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  The plan all along for Noah Vedral was to try to use spring football to try to win the Nebraska starting quarterback job. That went awry, though, when the coronavirus pandemic halted operations after just two practices. What didn't stop was Vedral's eligibility clock. He knew if he was going to make a transfer move, it had to be this spring, given that he was wrapping up his degree from UNL and has two years of immediate eligibility remaining. That all set in motion a wild couple of weeks that finally settled out Wednesday morning when Vedral announced his commitment to Rutgers, meaning he'll stay in the Big Ten and perhaps even play against Nebraska this fall in New Jersey.

"COVID-19 is rightfully closing things down but it did throw a wrench in my plan," Vedral told the Journal Star on Wednesday morning. "I wanted to compete for the job here, but I also knew that … if it came to pass, that this spring would be the time I need to leave. "It was not an easy decision. I have a lot of love for Nebraska, obviously, and for coach (Scott) Frost and his staff. They've done a lot for me. But it also just came time that I knew I was ready to be the guy somewhere." Nebraska junior quarterback Noah Vedral entered the NCAA's transfer portal on Tuesday afternoon. He decided to leave with the full support of Frost, who on Tuesday night during a radio appearance said, "I can't say enough good things about Noah Vedral...He's like a son to me and I want what's best for him." - Lincoln Journal Star


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Lincoln Journal Star
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  04/28/20 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Nebraska quarterback Noah Vedral has entered the transfer portal and plans to play his final two seasons at another school, an athletic department spokesman confirmed Tuesday. Vedral has been backup to Adrian Martinez for two years and will be a junior in the fall. He transferred to Nebraska from Central Florida after Scott Frost was hired away from UCF in December 2017. With Martinez out because of injury, Vedral started against Minnesota and Indiana last season. The native of Wahoo, Nebraska, appeared in four other games and finished 34-of-52 passing for 418 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions. He rushed for 106 yards and three TDs. - AP College Football

(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: AP College Football
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  10/05/19 - QB Noah VedralrSr/2022, Rutgers, 6-1, 195 (DS#51 QB) + More +

  Lane McCallum kicked a 24-yard field goal as time ran out, giving Nebraska a 13-10 win in yet another close game against Northwestern on Saturday. The Cornhuskers (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten) won in a slog after Lamar Jackson intercepted Aidan Smith's pass to set up the winning drive. Noah Vedral, who played the fourth quarter in place of an injured Adrian Martinez, connected with Wan'Dale Robinson along the sideline for 32 yards to the 16 and then ran twice to get to the 12 with 3 seconds left.

Northwestern (1-4, 0-3) called three timeouts before McCallum, who transferred from Air Force intending to play safety, put the ball through from the left hash mark. After the kick, McCallum sprinted toward the other end of the field. Teammates mobbed him and carried him off the field. Nebraska's kicking game has been plagued all season, since Barret Pickering went out with an undisclosed injury before the opener. McCallum took over the kicking duties from punter Isaac Armstrong. McCallum made a 35-yard field goal to give Nebraska a 10-0 lead in the first half but his try from 29 yards in the fourth quarter hit the right upright and bounced away. - Nebraska/AP College Football


(DS#51 QB) rSr/2022 QB Noah VedralRutgers
News Source: Nebraska/AP College Football
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here





,