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Name: Thomas MacVittie (+) Oct 2020 Shoulder INJ/Out
College: Kansas     Number: 7
Height: 6-4   Weight: 225
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.76
   40 Time: 4.86
  40 High: 4.95
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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Height: 6041
Weight: 225

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: Coming off Oct 2020 Shoulder INJ

 Thomas MacVittie, Kansas, Player News

  11/29/20 - QB Thomas MacVittierSr/2021, Kansas, 6-4, 225 (DS#46 QB) + More +

  For the first time since KU's season opening loss to Coastal Carolina, senior quarterback MacVittie played for the Jayhawks. Injured in the second half of KU's 2020 debut, MacVittie didn't start this time, as he did in the opener. True freshman Daniels remained KU's No. 1 QB. MacVittie appeared on the field for the first time since Sept. 12 when he subbed in for the opening snap of KU's second possession. The senior kept the ball for a two-yard run. He entered again following KU's touchdown late in the first quarter, as the Jayhawks went for two. Again, MacVittie ran, this time after a high snap from Jones, and he was stopped short of the goal line. - Lawrence Journal World

(DS#46 QB) rSr/2021 QB Thomas MacVittieKansas
News Source: Lawrence Journal World
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  06/02/20 - QB Thomas MacVittierSr/2021, Kansas, 6-4, 225 (DS#46 QB) + More +

  The Kansas football program hasn't identified a replacement for 2019 starting quarterback Carter Stanley - and without the chance to observe players in spring football, coach Les Miles says the QB contest hasn't even truly begun. "There's no race," the second-year head coach recently told the Journal-World. "You can't call a winner until there's a race." In some ways, that race will begin in the next couple of weeks, when KU welcomes its football players back to campus starting June 15 in accordance with Big 12 Conference rules. But even that move, strictly for voluntary workouts, doesn't mean much in the big picture of returning to the field and finding a starter. Coaches and players will never get back the time they lost from the cancellation of spring practices, and Miles said that's had a major impact on the search for Stanley's replacement. "There's no question that if you had the opportunity to have spring ball, you would know exactly where they were in the spring," Miles said.

Miles and KU offensive coordinator Brent Dearmon know precious little about the current status of the players vying for the right to take the snaps for the Jayhawks this fall. But there are two who have played meaningful snaps in the past and therefore could have a slight edge - senior Thomas MacVittie and redshirt junior Miles Kendrick. Kendrick appeared in four games in 2018 and then sat out all of last season with an injury. MacVittie, who transferred to KU before last season, played in two games for the Jayhawks and three games at Pitt in 2017. - Lawrence Journal World


(DS#46 QB) rSr/2021 QB Thomas MacVittieKansas
News Source: Lawrence Journal World
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