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Name: Drew Allar 
College: Penn State     Number: 15
Height: 6-5   Weight: 242
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2026

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.72
  40 High: 4.79

> Projected Round: 2025 Day 1  Stock:    

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Height: 6046
Weight: 242

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 Drew Allar, Penn State, Player News

  03/04/23 - QB Drew AllarSo/2026, Penn State, 6-5, 242 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Drew Allar didn't take part during Penn State's max-out lifting session Thursday evening when the media was present, but he was still very much involved. The quiet sophomore quarterback was there to congratulate teammates when they finished their lifts and was talking to them throughout the session. And while he wasn't lifting Thursday, that doesn't mean he hasn't made progress since enrolling at Penn State in January 2022. "Drew being at the quarterback position, you gotta have durability," Penn State strength and conditioning coach Chuck Losey said Thursday. "That was one thing. With a tall, lean frame like Drew had when he came in, one of his main objectives was to put muscle mass on. He's done a great job. The number doesn't come to mind exactly how much he's put on, but it's in the excess of 20-25 pounds since he's been here. And he looks great. He looks like a defensive end right now."

The physical transition to college is important for Allar, who is widely expected to take over as the team's starter this year, but so is the mental one. He's soft-spoken by nature but has needed to take a step as a leader this season. That transition was evident Thursday as he spoke to his teammates and hyped them up and it's something Losey said he's seen develop over the team's past seven weeks of winter workouts. "He's done a good job in the sense that he's pushed outside of his comfort zone," Losey said. "Drew is not the loudest person you'll ever meet...Just his disposition, his nature, he's not an attention-seeking guy. He's quiet-natured but I've seen him, during our workouts, during the winter workouts in the weight room, he's put himself in uncomfortable situations to where he's forced himself to speak up to other guys. In that sense I'm really proud of him." - Centre Times

(DS#3 QB) So/2026 QB Drew AllarPenn State
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