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Kevin Hogan | Quarterback

Team: Stanford Cardinal
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 225

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TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports that the Patriots interviewed Stanford QB Kevin Hogan at the Senior Bowl.
"Type of athletic quarterback prospect they like to develop," he wrote. Rotoworld's Josh Norris has taken a shining to Hogan as a developmental prospect. "Hogan’s entire throwing process looks ugly, but it works for him," he wrote. "He is much better than I previously gave him credit for." The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder threw for 2,867 yards (67.8 percent completions, 9.4 YPA) with a 27/8 TD/INT ratio in 2015. Jan 27 - 3:39 PM

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Stanford G Joshua Garrett said that QB Kevin Hogan, "Knows everything, even OL techniques."

Garnett noted that you "can't stump [Hogan] on a football question." If the 6-foot-4, 225-pound Cardinal hopes to crack an NFL roster as a potential backup gunslinger, his game smarts will be what push him over the top more than his measurables. This past season, he threw for 2,867 yards (67.8% completions, 9.4 YPA) with a 27/8 TD/INT ratio. While Hogan was rarely asked to carry the team during his time at Stanford, he set personal bests for touchdown passes, completion percentage, yards per attempt and quarterback rating in 2015, making himself into a likely mid-to-late round draftable commodity in the process. He'll be playing in the Senior Bowl on Saturday.
Jan 26 - 10:14 PM

Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 12-of-21 passes for 223 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Friday's 45-16 win over Iowa in the Rose Bowl Game.

As has been the case throughout his career, Hogan wasn't tasked with too much. In Friday's case, he let Christian McCaffrey (Rose Bowl Game record 368 total yards) do most of the work. Two of Hogan's three touchdown passes came in the first half as Stanford jumped out to a 35-0 lead before hitting the locker room. He would add a 42-yard scoring bomb to Michael Rector with 1:54 remaining in the contest, this despite the fact that the Cardinal had already thoroughly flogged Iowa's poor being to the tune of 38-16 at the time he let fly. Cruel, very cruel. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound senior finished the 2015 campaign having thrown for 2,867 yards with a 27/8 TD/INT ratio. So that's a wrap on his Stanford career. He's accepted an invite to the Reese's Senior Bowl and will hit the 2016 NFL Draft after that.
Jan 1 - 8:52 PM

Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan has accepted his invite to the 2016 Reese’s Senior Bowl.

The Stanford signal caller threw for 2,644 yards and 24 touchdowns this season, leading Stanford to their third Pac-12 title in the past four years. Hogan has started every game since the end of his freshman year, winning a school-record 33 games for Stanford.
Tue, Dec 22, 2015 03:32:00 PM

Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 17-of-21 passes for 269 yards and four touchdowns in Saturday's 38-36 win over Notre Dame.

Saturday's affair between the two rivals was one of the more consistently entertaining games on Saturday's slate. The teams traded touchdowns throughout, until Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer hit the end zone with 36 seconds remaining to boost the Fighting Irish to a 36-35 lead. They left juuuuuuuust enough time for Hogan to hit a few passes and set up kicker Conrad Ukropina for the 45-yard game winning field goal. Hogan rarely causes the stat sheet to light on fire, but he's provided a level of consistency throughout the season, with nine games that saw him toss at least two touchdown passes.
Sat, Nov 28, 2015 11:58:00 PM

Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan has "forced NFL scouts to take second and third looks at him," CBS Sports' Dane Brugler observes.

"One could argue that no senior quarterback prospect has helped himself more this season than Hogan, who has forced NFL scouts to take second and third looks at him. Although his elongated delivery and inconsistent passing vision are concerns, he's built for the NFL game with the toughness, heart and intangibles that teams covet at the next level," Brugler wrote. The Stanford prospect has showed flashes, but his arm talent will be questioned by many evaluators at the next level. However, the gutsy senior has started every game since the end of his freshman year, winning a school-record 33 games for Stanford.
Source: CBS Sports
Fri, Nov 27, 2015 02:34:00 PM

Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan has "pushed his NFL Draft stock from training camp arm to possible day three draft pick," according to CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

"Well-versed in Stanford's pro-style scheme, he is a big-bodied athlete with enough arm strength to distribute the ball or create with his legs. Hogan doesn't have an ideal delivery and holds the ball too long in the pocket, but he is confident pushing the ball into tight windows and shows running back instincts to take a pounding as a runner and bounce back up after hits," Brugler wrote. Although Standford suffered a loss to Oregon, the Cardinal prospect had a solid outing completing 28-of-37 passes for 304 yards, with two touchdowns and an interception. Brugler notes that Hogan's "chances of being drafted are much higher now compared to in September."
Source: CBS Sports
Wed, Nov 18, 2015 01:04:00 PM

Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 28-of-37 passes for 304 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 38-36 loss to Oregon.

Hogan tossed a four-yard touchdown pass to Greg Taboada with 10 seconds remaining to draw the Cardinal to within 38-36. The necessary two-point conversion, though, failed to materialize as Hogan was pressured and threw low for an incompletion to end the contest. Saturday's defeat at the hands of Oregon was Stanford's second of the season and a likely dagger through the heart of their Playoff chances, barring a complete collapse by every other highly ranked team these final few weeks of the regular season. Probably not going to happen? For his part, Hogan's thrown for 2,135 yards with an 18/7 TD/INT ratio. He's a serviceable middle-tier DFS option, nothing more, nothing less.
Sat, Nov 14, 2015 11:46:00 PM

Oregon LB Rodney Hardrick believes Stanford senior QB Kevin Hogan is "more likely to run" on designed plays this year than in seasons past.

Stanford ground game has been carried by Christian McCaffrey, but Hogan rushed for 112 yards against Washington State, including a 59 yard score. Hogan is using his mobility well this season, specifically in a controlled manner to buy space to throw or pick up yards once the defense leaves areas unoccupied.
Source: Oregon Live
Thu, Nov 12, 2015 11:38:00 AM

Stanford redshirt senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 17-of-23 passes for 169 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 42-10 win over Colorado.

Hogan's now thrown at least two touchdown passes in seven of nine games. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound redshirt senior's tossed more than that just twice, but he's at least consistent. In addition to the passing prowess, he's also rushed for three touchdowns in his last three games. He's a safe, unspectacular, just-fine DFS option that will always sit at a relatively cheap price.
Sat, Nov 7, 2015 05:22:00 PM

ESPN's KC Joyner argues that Stanford redshirt senior QB Kevin Hogan should be involved in the Heisman Trophy discussion.

Hogan's counting stats aren't very good, so he has no chance at the prize, but Joyner thinks that's a shame because his advanced-metric numbers are superb. For instance, Hogan ranks No. 5 in Total QBR (84.9), sixth in yards per attempt (8.9), sixth in TD percentage (7.4 percent), 10th in completion percentage (66.4 percent) and 14th in yards per completion (13.3). Hogan's numbers on short passes are particularly good, which Joyner explains is the result of not having a good offensive line or many play-making WRs. "After the win over the Cougars, Cardinal coach David Shaw called Hogan the type of player 'who can will his team to victories,'" wrote Joyner. "This is the same type of comment that was made about Tim Tebow during his Heisman Trophy season, and it's the sort of thing that will be remembered long after any award ceremony would be forgotten."
Wed, Nov 4, 2015 08:12:00 PM

Stanford redshirt senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 10-of-19 passes for 86 yards and an interception in Saturday's 30-28 victory over Washington State.

Hogan was terrible through the air, but he provided real value on the ground, where he churned out 112 yards and a pair of scores, including a beautiful 59-yard jaunt. "Kevin Hogan has got so much heart," Stanford coach David Shaw said. "We had to lean on him as a runner." That's fair and true, but we continue to not see much of an NFL prospect in Hogan.
Sun, Nov 1, 2015 12:02:00 PM

Stanford redshirt senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 17-of-24 passes for 290 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's 31-14 victory over Washington.

He also ran for 37 yards. Once again, it was Hogan's job to get the ball to RB Christian McCaffrey and get out of the way. McCaffrey's receiving accounted for nearly half of Hogan's passing yards. All of which isn't to say that we haven't noticed Hogan's progress this year. His adjusted QBR is up from 69.2 to 86.9, his accuracy is up from 65.9% to 66.7% and his YPA is up from 7.93 to 9.91.
Sun, Oct 25, 2015 02:46:00 PM

Stanford redshirt senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 8-of-15 passes for 131 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in Thursday's 56-35 win over UCLA.

The majority of Hogan's night consisted of handing off to RB Christian McCaffrey over and over and over again, but he at least made his throws count. One touchdown toss of his, at least, will live on until the end of time. Just after the start of halftime, the 6-foot-4, 225-pound redshirt senior tossed the ball deep downfield toward receiver Francis Owusu, who proceeded to embrace the interfering defender with a hug and pin the ball against the defender's back in the end zone for a 41-yard touchdown. The play is exactly as weird as it sounds. Through six contests, Hogan's thrown 1,286 yards with a 12/3 TD/INT ratio. His numbers don't jump off the page, but he has thrown at least two touchdowns in every game other than the team's season-opening loss to Northwestern.
Fri, Oct 16, 2015 02:25:00 AM

Stanford redshirt senior QB Kevin Hogan completed 17-of-19 passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 55-17 win over Arizona.

Hogan threw the ball just 19 times, but averaged a nice 11.2 yards per attempt in helping to smash the Arizona resistance. While the 6-foot-4, 225-pound redshirt senior doesn't make for a high upside DFS prospect, he does offer a level of consistency with his career-best 67.5 completion percentage and 9/2 TD/INT ratio. The Cardinal will be gracious enough to host UCLA a week from Thursday.
Sun, Oct 4, 2015 07:51:00 PM